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I can think of maybe where you could conceal two. I don’t know if I want to think about where you’d conceal the third 🙂
Because a 5″ barrel doesn’t sap enough of the round’s velocity… 😉
I’m with Tam. I think 5.7 only shines in a carbine or sub-gun. FN needs to shrink down the FNP series. I’d LOVE a subcompact FNP-45, or at LEAST an FNP-45M
I was thinking something about the size of a Glock 19, with a 3 or so inch barrel.
Sure, it’d basically be a bottlenecked .22 Magnum with a 15 round magazine, but it would be cool.
Dude, stop huffing melted Glock fumes, ‘k?
It’s not my fault. Now if I could just get those guys a CCF Raceframes to build a custom aluminum Glock frame that accepts Five-seveN mags, my plan for a 5.7mm Glock would be THAT MUCH closer to completion.
“a custom aluminum Glock frame that accepts Five-seveN mags, my plan for a 5.7mm Glock would be THAT MUCH closer to completion.”
This is what happens to me during church. I’m sitting there, supposed to be thinking about God, and all of a sudden, some voice in my head goes “hey, isn’t there a company that makes metal frames for glocks? I know it’s retarded to get rid of a perfectly good polymer frame, but what if they could make one that takes Five-seveN mags. Then you’d just need to fabricate a barrel and a new ejector and you’d be all set.”
I am usually less than focused during church. The horrible, awful ideas I have there I usually chalk up to divine inspiration.
Capital City Firearms makes metal Glock frames. Seem to recall a few others as well but am having a senior moment.
I suppose it’s probably too late to point out that I don’t actually want a metal framed Glock chambered in 5.7mm.
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