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Today's C.R.A.P.™




HOORAY FOR HANDGUNS!

Gaston Glock's Model 17 9mm Parabellum pistol was first introduced to the Ametican public by Soldier of Fortune magazine almost six years ago. Since that time more than 2,000 U.S. local and federal law enforcement agencies have adopted or authorized the Glock as duty weapons. In addition to Austria, the armed forces of both Norway and the Netherlands have adopted the Glock. Law enforcement agencies and military units in Belgium, Canada, Ecuador, Hong Kong, India, Jordan, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Venezuela and West Gennany issue the Glock as their standard sidearm. Tens of thousands have been sold to the American public, and hundreds of thousands have been sold worldwide.

Now, at long last, this highly acclaimed handgun has been chambered for America's justifiably famous .45 ACP cartridge - mating 21st-century technology with an octogenarian of combat-proven effectiveness.

 
GLOCK 21
GLOCK 21C
Caliber

.45 Auto

.45 Auto

Action

Safe Action System

Safe Action System

Length (slide)
7.59 in.            193 mm
7.59 in.            193 mm
Height
5.47 in.            139 mm
5.47 in.            139 mm
Width
1.27 in.            32.5 mm
1.27 in.            32.5 mm
Length between sights
7.00 in.            178 mm
Barrel length
4.60 in.            117 mm
4.60 in.            117 mm
Barrel rifling
right, octagonal
right, octagonal
Length of twist
15.75 in.          400 mm
15.75 in.          400 mm
Magazine capacity

10 / 13

10 / 13

Mass (weight)
Empty without magazine
26.28 oz.          745 g
25.93 oz.         735 g
Empty magazine
  3.1   oz.          88 g
  3.1   oz.          88 g
Full magazine
~12.0 oz.         ~340 g
~12.0 oz.         ~340 g
Trigger pull (standard)
~5.5   lbs.        ~2.5 kg
~5.5   lbs.        ~2.5 kg
Trigger travel for discharge
  0.5   in.          12.5 mm
  0.5   in.          12.5 mm
Number of safeties
3
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This is a good one, so make sure you check the C.R.A.P.™ FAQ for hint on where you can find the winning link! Good luck!


C.R.A.P.™ Stats:
We inserted the link HERE on Wednesday 08/03/2004 at 3:10 PM EST

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Winner wishes to keep her name and location secret.
She said something about, "taking it to show and tell"*,
whatever that means.




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