GUN Ninja Cock

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  1. thegooch

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    bullshit
     
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    another angle

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    I wonder if Yar can do this?
     
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    I just tried it with my 35, no way. Not saying it is not possible, but....
     
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    thats fucking badass
     
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    That is kind of bullshit. The gun is not empty it's got a round in the chamber, thus he did not have to rack a round in. A little sloppy on the steel but the splits were OK.
     
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    Did it? The first vid almost looks like he grabs the back of the slide with his armpit/shirt.
     
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    To me it kinda looked like he forced it to rack with momentum from flicking the gun forward. :dunno:
     
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    inertia
     
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    magic movement force
     
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    Fixed
     
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    based on that he isn't using his armpit or clothing to rack, but inertia :coolugh:
     
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    No way that's a stock 17 lbs recoil spring. I took my G35 w/ a 11 lbs recoil spring and came nowhere close to flicking the slide even partially open. I know if you go lighter than 11 lbs the glock can fire out of battery and will do a minor kB.

    I just don't see how it's possible
     
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    i'd like to see the video of him drawing, cocking, dryfiring then setting it on the table.

    THEN i'd believe it
     
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    :werd: i dont believe it. if he does have the spring rigged its too dangerous for me to try
     
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    it does look like the slide goes all the way back
     
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    bullshit.

    That spring is not stock.
     
  19. Can you get the trigger to the "fired" position with a round in the chamber on a Glock without firing it? Look at this shot, you can see that the trigger is in the rearward position when he starts off.

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    Someone get a force gauge and see how much force is required to actually push that slide back.
     
  21. I can get my G29 to go out of battery a little if I do what the guy in the video did.
     
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    I can get my G35 to do it a little bit, but nothing like that. I'll work on my technique, but i was flinging that fucker back.
     
  23. That's why I'm curious if there's a way to get the trigger to the rearward position with a live round still in the chamber. The screen shot I took shows the trigger is rearward, and I'm wondering if it's possible that the guy had a round chambered with the trigger back and only had to get the slide to move far enough to reset the trigger.
     
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    It's not BS, Rob is a respected member of the Benos forum and there have been many established members come out and say they have seen it in person. This video was from an actual match, there's no way they would have allowed him to start with a loaded gun.

    Rob is a Grand Master shooter. Even a measily B class USPSA shooter will be god like against your average shooter and even police officer.

    He did a demo with a bunch of shooters and was also able to cock and load an M&P and 1911. Rob's the real deal.
     
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    There might be some technique to it. I've been trying to do it with several guns here in the shop and have been unable too. Even with a cut spring. I'm thinking it's a good part technique and using way more force than I have been able to. That or he's using a much softer recoil spring. I must of gotten this one spring down to 8 lbs and I'm pretty sure it will shoot out of battery. I can almost get the slide half back, but not enough to chamber a round.
     

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