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Glock found on ocean floor still functions.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by O4L, Oct 15, 2019.

  1. O4L

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  2. ConstitutionCowboy

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    I wonder if any of the cartridges would still fire ...

    Woody
     
  3. O4L

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    Maybe...but the owner states in the comments that he hasn't tried and will not try firing any of the ammo.
     
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    I wouldn't have thought that Glocks would sink.
     
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    The ocean floor is a good place for one....
     
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    Where was this for the PD to find the owner, a registration state or maybe he reported the serial number as lost?


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    From that article:

    Dude, clean up any pistol, sand blast it, recoat it, and replace the trigger and firing pin, and it’d likely work again. Hardly a fair testimony.
     
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    FYI...The local PD fired it in the condition it was found. The guy cleaned it up later.
     
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    Ha! I knew someone would overlook the fact that it was first fired in the condition it was found. Haters gonna hate.
     
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    Nobody is hating. We're always interested in the pistol that can survive being run over by a tank.
    Some of us learn the wrong lesson: Don't leave your pistol in the road.
     

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