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glock21

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I was visiting my son in Illinios one day and on his street lives a sheriff deputy and the deputy sheriff of Will County. My son told him that I had just gotten my CCW license. The deputy sheriff asked me if I had a weapon in my car and I told him yes, but it was unloaded. I got the gun and took it into the house. With two small grandchildren we went into a room and I closed the door. When I turned aroud the deputy had my Glock dis-assembled. I asked him what he was doing and he said not to worry that he carried a Glock. After he finished looking at it, he tried to put it back together and pulled the slide back so far that it jammed, and he couldn't
get the slide back in the right position.
It cost me $35 dollars to have a gunsmith fix it.
 

I was visiting my son in Illinios one day and on his street lives a sheriff deputy and the deputy sheriff of Will County. My son told him that I had just gotten my CCW license. The deputy sheriff asked me if I had a weapon in my car and I told him yes, but it was unloaded. I got the gun and took it into the house. With two small grandchildren we went into a room and I closed the door. When I turned aroud the deputy had my Glock dis-assembled. I asked him what he was doing and he said not to worry that he carried a Glock. After he finished looking at it, he tried to put it back together and pulled the slide back so far that it jammed, and he couldn't
get the slide back in the right position.
It cost me $35 dollars to have a gunsmith fix it.

Oh, man, LMAO!! Sorry you had to pay money and all, but...I don't know...I'm still laughing, hard to type...

I mean, who the hell disassembles somebody's weapon like this??!! What a doofus!
 
They don't allow guns in Illinois do they? How would this "Einstein" know how to disassemble or reassemble any firearm? This is really a very sad commentary, considering this guy is a LEO.
 
One day when I came home from hunting my wife said "Can you put this gun together right away?" The deal was one of the local cops had taken his duty gun apart to clean it and couldn't get it back together! It was just field stripped so it only took a minute and I had it ready for his shift that started at 6pm. So our communnity was safe again that night.
 
Odd. I was checking out a G36 at a local shop one day that was used. I asked if the guy minded if I field stripped it to inspect the internals... Long story short (and yes, I am proficient with Glocks as I own one AND take care of it), I had trouble getting the damned thing back together! I felt embarrased.
 
Glocks do field strip a little different than most other automatics. They are not hard once you know what you are doing but that is the key. Know what you are doing. Anyone that would grab someone else's gun without permission and start messing with it especially if he does not know what he is doing is an idiot.
 
They don't allow guns in Illinois do they? How would this "Einstein" know how to disassemble or reassemble any firearm? This is really a very sad commentary, considering this guy is a LEO.

They do allow ( according to the deputy sheriff) if they are unloaded and locked in the trunk with the ammo
in the glove compartment.
 
Geeezzz!!! Did they not teach that in the academy??? The Glock pistol, being one of the most widely used pistols in law enforcement in the US, and he doesn't know how to field strip one??? Huh??? Good Lord!! IMO they are one of the easiest and fastest to field strip. WOW!!! What a dork!!
 

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