My new Gen3 "Evil" G23

Discussion in 'Glock Photos' started by ivanromeromendoza, May 9, 2012.

  1. ivanromeromendoza

    ivanromeromendoza New Member

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    Here some pics,

    Evil = just check the register number! buajajajaj

    question? what the heck means NPv ??

    (i cant set up the pics to preview. Admins serves yourself to edit, thanks.)


    CYA!!
     
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  2. SHOOTER13

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  4. SHOOTER13

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    Ivan...

    You have to click on the embed image tab in ImageShack which will open another window

    where you can highlight & copy the link... then post it in the thread...

    Just like I did above ^^^^
     
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  5. oregon23

    oregon23 New Member

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    What are those other marks on the gun ?
     
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  7. Danzig

    Danzig I do hood rat sh%t! Supporter

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    Church lady says mmmSATAN!
     
  8. ivanromeromendoza

    ivanromeromendoza New Member

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    Thanks! shooter! next time i will!

    Proof marks? means.....?
     
  9. SHOOTER13

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    A proof mark is a symbol and/or series of letters and/or numbers stamped into a firearm or gun. It may occur on the barrel, cylinder, frame, receiver, or all of

    the above. The purpose of the mark is to indicate that the part in question has been tested with a proof load, and is thus safe to fire with standard

    ammunition loads.

    Many countries have national proof houses, where every gun made in that country must be proofed. Those that pass the proof test are marked with proof

    marks, and then may be exported or otherwise sold to consumers.

    The United States of America has no national proof house, so guns are routinely proofed by many (but not all) manufacturers, and are generally marked with

    proof marks after passing the proof test.
     
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    Proof loads are rounds of ammunition loaded to produce higher-than-normal pressure in a given firearm. The purpose is to proof test a gun's strength to ensure

    that it will handle standard loads of the ammunition for which the firearm was designed.


    The term "blue pill" is sometimes used in place of "proof load." A blue pill is a higher-than-average proof load, generally used by the military to test firearms

    strength, and they are usually colored blue.


    Standard commercial proof loads, on the other hand, are usually red in color. These loads are usually loaded with steel cases rather than the usual brass, and

    may often be plated with tin.
     
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    Once a gun has been proofed, it is then deemed safe and strong enough to handle any standard load in the cartridge for which it is designed.
     
  12. oregon23

    oregon23 New Member

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    Shooter. Sorry for the dumb question but my gen423 dosent have those marks why is that.
     
  13. SHOOTER13

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    Ivan's Glock was made entirely in Austria...where by law it must be proofed.

    Your Glock was made from parts from Austria and assembled in Smyrna, Georgia...USA

    where proof marks are not required by law.
     
  14. oregon23

    oregon23 New Member

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    Ahh. Thanks shooter knowings half the battle.
     
  15. Cruizer

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    Nice. Enjoy your new toy. :)
     
  16. scrubber3

    scrubber3 New Member

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    Yo Joe! :)
     
  17. For the love of all things holy... what does Shooter not know about Glocks and just guns in general.

    I need to just subscribe to him on here... a wealth of knowledge.
     
  18. ChromeDome

    ChromeDome New Member

    Maybe we should just start calling him ProfessorShooter...seems to fit.:D
     
  19. ivanromeromendoza

    ivanromeromendoza New Member

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    Profesor Shooter:
    wow! Thanks you so much, for the information!

    i waiting for your channel on youtube :)

    Cruizer_ thanks :)
     
  20. SHOOTER13

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    No problem Ivan !!