Check out my new holster system.
Just finished putting it together today. It's a 5.11 Thumbdrive Holster, mounted on a Blackhawk Serpa Leg rig, with a Cold Steel Tanto strapped into it.
I've always though dropleg platforms were kind of tacticool, but I wanted something I could easilly access when I'm hiking with my ALICE pack, and this was the easiest and most cost efficient way of solving that problem while still giving my fast access to my Glock 19. I wore it around and did some work in it to see how I liked it, and I found it to be the most comfortable way I've carried my handgun to date
. I'll pick up another hip holster, but this is probably going to be my fighting holster for my secondary should the need arise. I say that because it's quick to put on and take off, and doesn't interfere with my equipment.
Take a look and tell me what you think. http://www.zombiesurvivalwiki.com/photo/14303013/My+new+hiking+rig.
Jan 9 2013, 8:49 PM EST by
Jamaican Coat Hanger Holster with Glock inside the waistband
Made from a wire coat hanger and covered in shrink tubing shown with Glock inside the waistband
Oct 10 2012, 10:32 PM EDT by Sharpie41
Oct 10 2012, 10:39 PM EDT by Sharpie41
Jamaican Coat Hanger Holster with Glock 17 9mm
Made from a wire coat hanger and covered in shrink tubing. Shown with Glock 17 9mm
Oct 10 2012, 10:32 PM EDT by
Oct 10 2012, 10:37 PM EDT by
Talon Gun Grip
On my 19.
Sep 2 2012, 9:26 PM EDT by
ODB37's Glock 19
Sep 2 2012, 9:20 PM EDT by
Sep 2 2012, 9:21 PM EDT by
Springfield XD vz Glock
Iv come to fork in the road my next gun is going to be a pistol and Im stuck between a Springfield XD and a Glock. Iv shot a glock before and found it very comfortable but Iv heard a lot of good things about the XD so I was hoping to hear from people who own BOTH on witch is a better gun since I havent shot a XD. If it matters I'm going with a 9mm with ether one simple because of price of ammo and abundance.
Jul 18 2012, 12:43 AM EDT by
Sharpie's Guns 1.0
Dlask Pro-1911 .45. Glock 17 9mm.
May 2 2012, 7:32 PM EDT by
Apr 16 2013, 7:39 PM EDT by
Check it, SBR Glock stock
Check out this mother, it attaches to the grip of a Glock handgun and will provide a more stable shooting platform
My American friends, it would change the classification to SBR, so you do need a tax stamp for it.
Fellow Canadians, does not change class, would still be Restricted.
PS: To my fellow Canadians, due to the State Departments infinite wisdom, they will not allow export of this item to Canada, but if you buy in the US and take it up, you can have it.
To my American friends, you guys suck!! (Well, your SD sucks)
Apr 9 2012, 10:13 PM EDT by
ODB37's new toy: The Glock 19.
So I got paid last week and indulged a little today at a gun show. As the title says I bought a Glock 19 with 3 mags and 100 rounds of ammo for a little over $500.
To cut to the chase I'm in love with it.
About 20 minutes ago I put a couple dozen rounds through it to give it a good run through; here's what I found.
Pros. The grip lacks the obnoxious hump that the 17/22 have; thus it fits my hand much better. It feels really good in hand. Despite it's compact size it still holds 15 rounds. The standard sights on mine are metal and the bucket and ball sight pattern is decently easy to hit with. I shot the gun like it was made for me; I hit a 6x5" target square in the middle every shot during a rapid fire session. Lastly, it broke down easier than any other centerfire handgun I've ever owned for cleaning.
Cons. The magazine realease is stubby and not as easy to use as my 1911's. It's snappy at first because of it being much heavier on the slide than the frame. The grip needs some texture (skateboard tape or a Talon grip would be awesome).
Aside from the few cons I mentioned I'm really liking the 19. It ran like a top (for the few rounds I put through it) and it pointed good; which is about all you could really ask of a handgun.
Pictures coming soon.
Feb 25 2012, 6:56 PM EST by
Glock Fans: Which Glock Do You Want for the Zombie Apocalypse?
There are a great variety of Glock handguns available to the well-prepared zombie apocalypse survival types out there, all of which filling a different niche. Some folks love 'em, some folks hate 'em, but let's face it, the Glock is not going to go away anytime soon.
That being said, if you had to pick a single Glock handgun, which would you go with? Why?
Oct 11 2011, 4:36 PM EDT by
Weapon election results!
Okay folks, it's time to see how your favorite weapons did!
1. AR15-97 votes.
2. AK47-48 votes.
3. M14-43 votes.
4. Mosin Nagant-35 votes.
5. M1 Carbine-32 votes.
6. SKS-30 votes.
7. Ruger 10/22-28 votes.
8. Winchester 1894-20 votes.
9. AK74-18 votes.
10.Remington 700-17 votes.
1. Remington 870-131 votes.
2. Mossberg 500-113 votes.
3. Saiga 12-66 votes.
4. Mossberg 590-45 votes.
5. Winchester 1897-22 votes.
6. Benelli SuperNova-18 votes.
7. Stoeger Coach Gun-14 votes.
8. Serbu Super Shorty-14 votes.
9. Remington 1187-10 votes.
10. Grizzly Arms Mag- 8 votes.
1. 1911-149 votes.
2. Glock- 90 votes.
3. Beretta 92 series-36 votes.
4. FN Five-seveN-28 votes.
5. Sig P226-24 votes.
6. H&K USP-24 votes.
7. Springfield Armory XD/XDM-21 votes.
8. S&W L-frame revolvers-17 votes.
9. Ruger .22 automatic series.-16 votes.
10. Browning Hi-Power-12 votes.
1. Machete-68 votes.
2. Tomahawk-57 votes.
3. Kukri-54 votes.
4. Crowbar-51 votes.
5. Axe-49 votes.
6. Hammer-25 votes.
7. Katana-22 votes.
8. Entrenching tool-21 votes.
9. Trench knife-17 votes.
10. Bayonet-16 votes.
Let the discussion commence!
Aug 25 2011, 3:26 PM EDT by
Cheap way to stipple a Glock (Not my video).
Just thought I'd share this with anyone who may own a Glock or similar polymer framed handguns. I know you can use a dremel tool for the job as well but this looks like it could be done with less risk of ruining your gun.
Jun 18 2011, 4:25 PM EDT by
So yes, post-Z we will all grab every box of every caliber we can find. That said, what are you people stockpiling? FMJ, JHP, Golden Sabers, Rangers, Hornady TAPs? Let's hear it for ammo!
May 8 2011, 8:01 PM EDT by
As with any weapon if this is your choice learn as much as you can. If you can get a seat in a glock armorer's course it will cost about 150$. It is an 8 hour course that will help to clarify and articulate some of the finer points of the weapon. There are several features and care measures that would be useful to know but are not encouraged in the current legal system. In addition to the knowledge the course provides a manual and a Glock Tool. If you can't get into a course which should be the primary choice they can be purchased online. The weapon should be cared for properly and at times will reguire a complete armorer's strip down. Especially if the weapon is over oiled. The weapon can malfunction if it is not cared for as well as parts may begin to break. These parts are cheap and several replacements can be purchased for less then ten dollars. Do your research and verify the information there is a lot of misinformation about this weapon. There are however several "Myths" that are true and would be handy to know.
Apr 8 2011, 1:20 AM EDT by
Model: Glock. Developed to replace the venerable Walther P38 in Austrian service, the Glock was a pistol built by a man without any small arms experience. It was a design built entirely for simplicity, a comba
May 6 2011, 9:42 PM EDT by
i realy don't know exactly what kind of glock this is, but it's still a good gun.
Sep 6 2010, 11:44 AM EDT by
Sep 6 2010, 11:53 AM EDT by
Glock 81 Field Knife
I'm getting a Glock 81 field knife soon and I was wondering what you guys think of these. I looked at a KaBar knife, but they were around $70 and the Glock knife was only $25 from CTD so I went with the cheap one. I've only seen good reviews about it, but I want to see some zombie killer opionions. Also, can one of you tell me what a mall ninja is?
TGM3ssiah's Glock .45
My primary CQB weapon
Jan 29 2010, 3:21 PM EST by
Jan 29 2010, 3:22 PM EST by
"NO BRASS NO AMMO
Need i say more?
Sep 11 2009, 1:03 AM EDT by
Sep 11 2009, 1:05 AM EDT by
I own a Glock 17c but no extended clip. It's a used third generation model which the previous owner had fitted with a laser sight and it also has ghost ring sights. I don't know if that is standard or custom. I've ordered a flashlight that fits to the rail. I have a question. 22 ammunition is small and you could carry loads and loads of ammo if you choose that caliber. Wouldn't any size bullet have the same effect if it passes through a zombie's brain?
Wouldn't a small projectile like the 22 just enter the skull and rattle around inside possibly doing more damage then something that enters and exits the head? And this is just me wondering but having small bullets and being able to carry a hell of a lot of them would mean more shots and with a RIFLE I would have increased accuracy on my side as well correct? I guess I could keep a shotgun strapped to me and load it with 00 shells so as to ward off attackers that get to close for comfort. Shotguns, Handguns, and Semi-Auto rifles seem to be a smart choice as I could stockpile the ammo and the guns are easier to get my hands on.
And if the world gets out of control I could even saw off the shotgun and achieve more spread at close range so as to knock down attackers and escape when cornered. Obviously I would need to practice switching between these three guns rather quickly.
Comments? I'm an excellent shot and I don't like the idea of having to go hand to hand or use melee weapons because if I'm close enough to hit a zombie with something. I'm close enough to get bitten. And I'd put the glock in my mouth before I let them eat me alive.
Aug 29 2009, 1:09 AM EDT by