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In this video Mattv2099 Demos the Glock 19 or g19 for short. Mattv2099 demonstrates several function tests including tie wire. Also determines penetration capabilities by shooting at 100 purple drinks. Finally there are two ballistic geletin tests including the I used to be an operator until I took a bullet to the knee drill. The title of this video is: Glock 19 – Weapon System Platform PERFECTION\r
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The Glock pistol, sometimes referred to by the manufurer as a Glock Safe Action Pistol or colloquially as a Glock, is aof polymer-framed, short recoil-operated, locked-breech semi-automatic pistols designed and produced by Glock Ges.m.b.H., located in Deutsch-Wagram, Austria. It entered Austrian military and police service by 1982 after it was the top performer on an exhaustiveof reliability and safety tests.\r
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Despite initial resistance from the market to accept a plastic gun due to durability and reliability concerns, and fears, (subsequently shown to be unfounded), that the pistol would be invisible to metal detectors in airports, Glock pistols have become the companys most profitable line of products, commanding 65% of the market share of handguns for United States law enforcement agencies, as well as supplying numerous national armed forces, security agencies, and police forces in at least 48 countries. Glocks are also popular firearms among civilians for recreational/competition shooting, home/self defense, and concealed or open carry.\r
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he Glock 19 is effectively a reduced-size Glock 17, called the Comp by the manufurer. It was first produced in 1988, primarily for military and law enforcement. The Glock 19s barrel and pistol grip are shorter by about 12 mm (0.5 in) compared to the Glock 17 and uses a magazine with a standard capacity of 15 rounds. The pistol is compatible with fory magazines from the Glock 17 and Glock 18, giving the Glock 19 available capacities of: 17 rounds (standard magazine with +2 extension), 10, 17, and 19 (standard Glock 17 magazine with +2), and the 31 (standard Glock 18 magazine with +2 removed) and 33 rounds of the Glock 18. To preserve the operational reliability of the short recoil system, the mass of the slide remains the same as in the Glock 17 from which it is derived. With the exception of the slide, frame, barrel, locking block, recoil spring, guide rod, and slide lock spring, all of the other components are interchangeable between the models 17 and 19.\r
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The Glock function test is an operation where we subject the legendary Glock to unusual circumstances and observe how the Glock performs. Sometimes we test products or lubricants. Other times we test the Glock without important parts or with unnecessary parts added! Wrong ammunition? Parts from other glocks or guns? We even attempt to bust myths! Stopping short of exploding our gun! I primarily use a Glock 17 in my tests. Sometimes a Glock 19, Glock 23, Glock 22 or Glock 20 is featured. The glock 17 has been featured in over 50 test videos in the last two years. Going strong, the only part I have replaced is the recoil spring! However, I believe that the fire control group will be the next replacement. Dont try this at home. This is the Worlds Most Abused Glock.\r
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Welcome back to the Denny Ducet Channel – Here we are once again to discuss the decision or “permission” granted by an elite US military unit to acquire / or employ the Glock 19 as their sidearm of choice. \r
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This is not breaking news as many of you are likely already well aware of this development, where the Marine special operations units are moving towards the Glock 19 in place of the Colt 1911as their sidearm. Last year we briefly touched on the news of the Navy Seals also making a move away from a mainstay pistol – the SIG P226 to the Glock 19. Domestically many other agencies have also made similar pistol acquisition decisions. \r
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Before we get into the discussion, lets us all realize we are all on the same team – firearms enthusiasts, sportsmen and women, shooters, and countrymen. There is really no reason to adopt a vitriolic or contentious stance when it comes to firearm or caliber discussions. So lets keep it civil. \r
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Over the past few years of writing some articles and putting out a few videos – I have covered the future of the 1911, the Glock 19 being an ideal pistol, and my admiration of the SIG P226. The wonderful thing about pistols – is you can own more than one. With experience, training, and time on the gun – opinions tend to evolve over time as we observe strengths and shortcomings while employing different firearm designs. As any of you who know me are aware – I was once anti Glock and 1911 or bust. \r
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Well it seems to be circulating widely that indeed the Marines have made a move to the Glock 19. From what I have read the reasons for this decision mirror those of the Navy Seals in their similar decision. A smaller, lighter platform that is capable of carrying a larger magazine capacity – and of course the supposed budget savings. As any are aware – after the FBI studies and various other papers and expert opinions offered in the modern era – 9mm has been found to be plenty sufficient as a self defense – secondary weapons caliber choice. \r
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If you have been part of this channel for any length of time you likely recognize the 1911 here. The pistol I have qualified with and carried for duty for over 10 years. I was literally raised on the 1911. The 1911 will always have a dear place with me. The slender frame, ideal grip angle (for me that is), consistent crisp near perfect triggers, rat hole capable accuracy, genius of design as well as historic and iconic status – the 1911 is a very capable sidearm for self defense. It is no wonder that the pistol still competes on the MainStage over 100 years after its debut. \r
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All of its glory aside, it is no wonder that the Marines have made this move. Platform consistency among elite units who often find themselves working side by side in remote hostile regions would benefit from having pistols that share parts and have identical function and caliber. Any fan of a 1911 knows that the parts are often uniquely tuned to each individual pistol by trained and competent gunsmiths. The bushing fit, the extror – the inner workings of a 1911 are like a finely crafted watch. Precise – but difficult to do on ones own or without proper training. The Glock on the other hand is a mass produced pistol lacking any requirement for fine gunsmithing or tuning. You can take 100 GLock 19s, disassemble them to each individual part, dump them in a sack, poor them out, randomly reassemble – and each G19 will work as designed. This is not the case with the 1911. \r
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With the consistency, and now proven 30+ year service record of the Glock platform as well as its proven service – being extensively used by elite US military units during the last decade and a half of conflict, this decision was merely awaiting official status and should come as no surprise. With NSN numbers already assigned, Green Berets, SEALs, CIA operators and others already carrying the Glock – the move of the Marines to go in this direction is not only a natural one but wise. \r
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The Glock 19 is an ideal choice, a reliable, accurate and durable choice. Congratulations Glock for another line to add into the resume of Glock Perfection – and Colt I salute you and thank you for your century of service.\r
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This video is a must see for first time gun owners and beginners who are not familiar with how to handle a handgun. Please share this video and make sure to watch all of the tips as there are some very important ones toward the end.\r
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In this video we go over my Glock Model 22 which is a .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun. Ill show you how to disassemble and reassemble the weapon. Ill also show you how to make sure the weapon is safe since there really isnt much of a standard on/off safety on a Glock. (More info on safeties below)\r
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The safe ion is a firing pin lock system which Glock developed to be used in the vast majority of their pistols. The ion is very similar to the quick ion used by Walther and other pistol manufurers. The system consists of one external and two internal safeties which use a striker-engaged firing pin, rather than the more traditional hammer-engaged. It uses additional precautions to prevent the firing pin from moving or being struck if the firearm were to be dropped or shaken.\r
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The three safeties are:\r
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Trigger Safety: An external integrated trigger safety lever mechanism contained within the trigger guard that prevents the trigger from moving unless the lever is depressed.\r
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Striker Safety: A spring-loaded pin attached by an extension bar to the trigger assembly blocks the striker from striking the primer of the cartridge until the trigger is pulled.\r
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Drop Safety: The far end of the same extension bar locks the striker into place from the rear until the trigger is pulled.\r
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This passive safety system omits the manipulation of traditional on-off levers, hammers or external safeties as found in many other handgun designs.\r
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However, the lack of a traditional external on-off safety means that the weapon will always fire when the trigger is depressed normally: The ability to fire immediately, without worrying about an external safety, is one feature Glock has stressed as an advantage when selling its guns, especially to police departments

This video is a must see for first time gun owners and beginners who are not familiar with how to handle a handgun. Please share this video and make sure to watch all of the tips as there are some very important ones toward the end.\r
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In this video we go over my Glock Model 22 which is a .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun. Ill show you how to disassemble and reassemble the weapon. Ill also show you how to make sure the weapon is safe since there really isnt much of a standard on/off safety on a Glock. (More info on safeties below)\r
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The safe ion is a firing pin lock system which Glock developed to be used in the vast majority of their pistols. The ion is very similar to the quick ion used by Walther and other pistol manufurers. The system consists of one external and two internal safeties which use a striker-engaged firing pin, rather than the more traditional hammer-engaged. It uses additional precautions to prevent the firing pin from moving or being struck if the firearm were to be dropped or shaken.\r
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The three safeties are:\r
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Trigger Safety: An external integrated trigger safety lever mechanism contained within the trigger guard that prevents the trigger from moving unless the lever is depressed.\r
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Striker Safety: A spring-loaded pin attached by an extension bar to the trigger assembly blocks the striker from striking the primer of the cartridge until the trigger is pulled.\r
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Drop Safety: The far end of the same extension bar locks the striker into place from the rear until the trigger is pulled.\r
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This passive safety system omits the manipulation of traditional on-off levers, hammers or external safeties as found in many other handgun designs.\r
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However, the lack of a traditional external on-off safety means that the weapon will always fire when the trigger is depressed normally: The ability to fire immediately, without worrying about an external safety, is one feature Glock has stressed as an advantage when selling its guns, especially to police departments

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