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Pictures: Factory Glock 18C

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Pictures: Factory Glock 18C

Picture of gun in the box

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Left side (Selector side)

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Right side

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Top

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What's the purpose of the cut outs in the top of the slide?

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to lighten it for more reliable functioning as the compensator takes away a lot of the energy needed for reliable cycling.

little known factoid. if you were to place the selector switch in between semi and full it acts as a safety. very nice 2nd gen 18 pic. only glock i would mebbe ever consider carrying.

Edited by 45operator

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Very sexy.

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That is really cool, both videos that is

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Imagine getting Glock Leg with this baby! :jester:

I was looking around the interweb, curious to see how much these were going for in the U.S. Apparently a transferable Glock 18 does not exist in the U.S. :cry1: Not that I could afford one anyway. Can anyone confirm this? Admin?

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I have heard there are less than 100 in private hands. Probably closer to a dozen or less, and one of those belongs to Stenbridge for movies and such

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Did it come out after 1986? If so no transferable models exist.

Of course the dealer samples and LEO owned models are out there (for under $2,000), but they're not transferable.

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Beautiful. That mechanism looks so simple.... Almost makes me think that the lever just locks the firing pin forward... round strips from the mag with the rim of the case pushed up against the extractor by the firing pin -(primer undented), until the case mouth bottoms out inside the chamber, and the slide pushes the firing pin into the primer just as the action closes all the way... and BBBBBBBBBBBBBrrrrrrrpppp mag empty. Hmmm. I don't know if it works like that, but it's fun to think about. That would explain the high rate of fire though. Just a slide going a back and forward as fast as the spring will make it happen..

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Imagine getting Glock Leg with this baby! :jester:

I was looking around the interweb, curious to see how much these were going for in the U.S. Apparently a transferable Glock 18 does not exist in the U.S. :cry1: Not that I could afford one anyway. Can anyone confirm this? Admin?

There are no civilian transferable Glocks as they were imported after 1986. There are plenty of post-ban Glock's though.

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this is one glock that i might consider packing (again).

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