— Posted by Lieutenant on 10:49 am on Feb. 20, 2002
I’ve been referred here by Omegaman which whom I previously have talked to about my little conversion unit.
I just wanted to get an idea on how much demand (if any) there might be for a little conversion unit I have made for the Glock pistols.
The device is small and fits _every_ Glock pistol there is. It has two modes of fire, normal and full-auto (at a rate of 36.667 shots a second). This rate can be altered by replacing the recoil spring and ammo.
I have used the G18 quite extensively in the Army here but I don’t like the fact that it is the same size as the G17…so I wanted to rebuild my G34 instead…and now I’ve done it….and it works beautifullly.
I have tried this unit on a G17, G17L, G19, G20, G21, G22, G26, G34 and a G35….but I don’t have access to any more models…too bad…’cause I want try it out on all the models. Does anyone have any other Glock pistol?
I have started a production line where we mold these, it costs too bloody much to do them by hand….but a guy I know desperetly wanted one as soon as possibler so he paid me to do one in Titanium…hehehe…sucker.. 🙂
Anyway, I’ll post some more info here if there’s someone that wants to know more about it.
— Posted by Hergor on 11:33 am on Feb. 20, 2002
wow! 36.667 shots a second? that would be 2200 shots a minute! wow! :biggrin:
sure it isn’t 3.6667 rounds per second?
— Posted by Lieutenant on 1:07 pm on Feb. 20, 2002
Trust me…hehehe… That time is the average I got from measuring the shots with various types of ammo.
I use 31 round mags and it takes less than a second to empty it 🙂
— Posted by jmb1125 on 7:14 pm on Feb. 20, 2002
holy shit that is fast! 1200 is real fast, 1800 is waaay fast, and yours is balls-out fast.
you might try slugging the slide with round carbide bar stock to slow the rate.
— Posted by Sicopath on 4:13 am on Feb. 21, 2002
Unbelievable, that fire rate rivals the H&K G11 me thinks… You should really market this shit, you’ll be a fucking millionaire.
Just a thought: How about making some bigger clips yourself? that might make your unit seem more feasible.
— Posted by Hergor on 11:57 am on Feb. 21, 2002
how about the cooling system? doesn’t that rate of fire overheat the barrel in just no time ?
i mean it’s at least 31 rounds per second for a pistol…
— Posted by Lieutenant on 1:33 pm on Feb. 21, 2002
Sue it gets hot…but it’s a Glock damn it 🙂
Once I put through 8 31rd mags & 4 19rd mags through it as fast as I could….and yes, it was hot…but not too hot. (But don’t try to touch the barrel with your hands..hehe)
— Posted by jmb1125 on 7:37 pm on Feb. 21, 2002
the fastest rate i’v heard of in an smg is 1800/rpm (MAC-11 .380) 9mm – 1200 .45 – 950
— Posted by Lieutenant on 10:11 pm on Feb. 21, 2002
Well if you own a Glock I can selll you the fastest fun you’d ever had 😉
— Posted by jmb1125 on 10:21 pm on Feb. 21, 2002
sounds like you know your shit. is this a drop-in f/a sear? mods needed?
— Posted by Lieutenant on 9:04 am on Feb. 22, 2002
This unit replaces the back plate on the slide.
No alterations at all is needed on the gun, when the unit has been removed (it takes a maximum of 10 seconds to install/uninstalll this device for a beginner) the gun operates the same way as when you bought it.
The unit protrudes about 10mm from the back (.4″) and has a small rod with two modes to select from. When pushed with the thumb to the left -normal, when pushed to the right -rock n’ roll 🙂
— Posted by Lieutenant on 9:24 am on Feb. 22, 2002
One ‘drawback’, if you can call it that, is that the fun ends way too quick….it’s too bad noone has made any drum magazines for the Glock.. 🙁
Hmm…come to think of it….that shouldn’t be too hard to make..
Has anyone any blueprints of a drum magazine that I can take a look at and get any ideas from?
Maybee this will work:
Start with a 31rd mag, cut it off after round #18,
mold a round plate with walls on the side and a small tube in the center and wall spiral from the center outwards (3/4 of the height of the outer walls), mold a lid, attach a flat spring to the center tube and make a follower plate on the other side, attach a bolt to the tube and finish off with a wingnut.
This should work like this:
Now you should have a round box with a magazine protruding from one end.
To load the drum, just undo the wingnut, open the lid and push the follower round and round until it reaches the rear position.
Then just put the bullets in, point first.
Close the lid and tighten the wingnut, load the gun and fire away.
Hmm….it might work…but some detailed plans of some existing models would be appreciated.
— Posted by SUPAHmanKILLA on 5:21 pm on Feb. 22, 2002
um sorry cant help ya wit that.
but if like, wat was it 31?? bullets come out of a magzine
how the fuk do u aim it??
hehe seems like this mother fuker could rip u apart at close range…under 2 seconds
— Posted by Lieutenant on 5:43 pm on Feb. 22, 2002
There’s no problem aiming the gun..
After a bit of training (300 rounds is enough) you can easily spray any target at a fairly close range.
Like me for instance….just a couple of weeks ago when I was in Bosnia I had to use my glock in a tight situation..the target was 20 meters away and I drew my G34 and held down the trigger ’til the mag was empty. The result was almost perfect…it was a grouping of 28 rounds in a circle measuring 16cm in diameter….(it was the drivers door of a car).
On the shooting range I have gotten a grouping of 15cm at 30 meters time after time. It’s typical for beginners to get a grouping of 30-25cm at 15 meters…
— Posted by jmb1125 on 6:11 pm on Feb. 22, 2002
i thought the army issue was barretta. own choice maybe? musta been a sorry fuck behind that car door. anyhow, i was involved in conversions years ago. all three mac’s, ar’s, m-14, ak, and the 10/22.
— Posted by Lieutenant on 6:21 pm on Feb. 22, 2002
The US issue is the M9 (Beretta m/92F 9mm), but I’m not in the US Army…..I’m in the Royal Swedish Army… 🙂
We use Glock 17 or Glock 19….in some cases the Glock 18. I have my own Glock 34 9mm instead (with my conversion unit). Primary weapon is the Swedish AK5
(we have rebuilt an FN-FNC 5.56mm NATO into our own needs.)