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Old 09-01-2013, 05:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Turning a real Glock into a mock-up?

Hello everyone

A couple of month ago I read somewhere that real pistoles can be modified to turn them into mock-ups, what means that they are full functional up to chambering a round, they are only unable to fire a shot.
Does anyone knows what these modifications are like, and maybe even what they cost?

I know there isn't much sense in owning a mock-up Glock, but with such a thing I could get some practical knowledge about handling a gun without braking local (german) laws.


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That's really cool but for that price I can buy a new Glock....
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Originally Posted by Concealed 27 View Post
That's really cool but for that price I can buy a new Glock....
True. However for dry fire training they are worth the money. A day at the range for my wife and I will cost more in ammo. I don't own one yet but I will in the very near future.
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Point taken, I see why you want one know, I know you have quite a few guns so ammo is an issue....did you pic your wife a g34 yet?? Take care brother always good posts from ya......Concealed 27
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I have become addicted to USPSA matches. Between matches and practice my wife and I are going through about 1500 rounds a week. Hope to start reloading this winter if components start becoming available again. I will try to get some pics posted. I also now have a GoPro mounted to my hat so I can video the matches. See if I can get those posted as well.
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Originally Posted by Silver-Bolt View Post
I have become addicted to USPSA matches. Between matches and practice my wife and I are going through about 1500 rounds a week. Hope to start reloading this winter if components start becoming available again. I will try to get some pics posted. I also now have a GoPro mounted to my hat so I can video the matches. See if I can get those posted as well.
Nice please do as they become available....concealed 27
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Originally Posted by Silver-Bolt View Post
That is a great training aid! I like the idea a lot.

For someone on a budget that wants to be safe and do it cheap the Blade Tech training barrel is hard to beat for $13.99 Holsters | Blade Tech Gun Holsters | Knives and Tactical Gear

Granted, unlike the Next Level Training pistol you will have to reset your trigger after you fire.
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