I'd need to shoot it before I'd pass judgement though. Grip don't look right at all.
If Glock really made this could S&W sue them, since they sued S&W for borrowing Glock's ideas?
That cyl and cyl release are "borrowed" from Colt.. Guessing this is the new Glock PS (photo shop) but honestly havent seen a new gun mag for two months.. Just guessing that cause of the cylinder stuff..
For you 'non' revolver dudes look at the cylinder lock up notches they point in the direction of rotation.. the one shown like all Colts revolves clockwise.. Smiths revolve counter clockwise.. This like all specs (least every thing i've ever seen) is from the rear.. In other words the number one engine on that DC whatever is the first one on the left wing..
I didn't catch the cylinder clocking. Nice catch.
Thanks but nothing big here. we colt/smith revoler guys look at the drag line on the cylinder (good indicator of rounds thru the piece is how defined the drag line is) and on Colts we look for the cyl release..Either a flat L shaped or the fancy one shown .. The old ones are called (duh. ) flat latchers, and besides the fact it means "age" it actually is a better functioning piece of equipment.. Speed loaders are not Colt friendly (least "as" friendlly) as with other revolvers cause of the round cyl release shown obstructing access.. The older flat latch ones are much easier to use speedloaders on..
Sorry guys.. I'm in what Gloria calls the "professor" mode.. Oddly enough she doens't say that with as much joy as i'd like.. but least i can hold forth here with out a lot of raised eyebrows..
Man am i asking for it.. just remember i love you guys, and im "your" retard.. not just some joker off the street..lol.. back later.. for fun stuff.. Daisy.. hope you have a great time bro..
Yes photo shop and not all that well done.