From left: G34 9mm, old-style 19-shot +2 mag, Meprolight night sights; G1917 9mm (G17 with frame shortened to G19 length), old-style 17-shot +2 mag, Mep NS; G32C .357 SIG caliber, standard 13 shot mag, Meps again; and G26 9mm, stock 10-shot mag, Meps.
Very observant of you.
Several themes, actually; early gen 3 Glocks, lotsa smaller/faster bullets, and Meps to help guide them.
I can't take credit for these pictures but they are great shots of a G26 at it's finest!
Can anyone tell me how to show the pictures without having to click on each one individually?
Last edited by Hoguemeister; 10-11-2006 at 05:18 PM.
Always check the "How To" section on the site
Here is a link that explains how to post pics - Its actually pretty easy
Glocks are beautiful in their blocky ugliness. They are the opposite of flashy firearms that when purchased, put a smile on the face of a gunsmith. With the tenifer finish and the polymer frame, stainless steel isn't necessary to ward off corrosion. For the money spent (on not only the gun but also the mags and parts), considering their reliability, accuracy, durability, corrosion resistance, ease of cleaning and disassembly and great feel, Glocks are my choice of gun for both competitive shooting and self-defense. While I own metal handguns as well, I say three cheers for Tactical Tupperware!
Well here's my latest project on a pair of consecutively numbered Glock 21s. Duracoat then engraved.
Top- How I got them
2nd- After sand blast
3rd- After Duracoat
5th- Engraving up close
Last edited by zipgraver; 11-17-2006 at 03:59 PM.
Nice pic. What are those coins?
these coin are some of my winnings at the Silverton in Las Vegas Nv. They are limited edition ten dollar gaming tokens.
Here are pictures of mine (In no order what so ever).
ffcracker- You either have on hell of a wife or are single. Nice collection!
Tryin' to get artsy...
Last edited by GlockamaniaŽ; 12-20-2006 at 11:45 PM.
It's all about the G35