seeing the ejected cartidges fly out like that makes me horny
damn that slick
i like the video
i would give my left and right nut for it to be legal to own a glock 18 in the U.S.
it is... depending on your state. you just need a class 3 for most
ryo ku Glock18 for you to see!
ah so, this is the Glock 18 9mm x ? look like parabellum cartridge but not sure. btw, is spell kun only pronounce ku. and person speaking is from okinawa so is very difficult to understand and word parabellum in nihongo is just parabellum and not hear word. but is basically description of Glock fully automatic pistol and man narrate also say is honto smallest full automatic pistol in world.
9X19mm, is the same parabellum, luger, largo. Depends on what country it is from. The 9x19mm is a NATO round also. Ask your pops because he uses variants of the 9mm. 19mm is the length of the shell.
The word Parabellum is a noun coined by German arms maker Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken and is derived from the Latin saying si vis pacem, para bellum, meaning If you wish for peace, prepare for war. The term has been used in the naming of a number of cartridges:
9x19mm Parabellum, the pistol cartridge adopted by NATO but the 9 mm NATO has different parameters than commercial makes (dimensions and pressure).
7.65x22mm Parabellum, also called .30 Luger in the USA, from which the 9x19mm cartridge was dervied.
The term may be used to refer to one of these cartridges, or to a German, Austrian or Swiss pistol chambered for one of those cartridges. The 9x19mm Parabellum is one of the most widely used pistol cartridges in use. The phrase a Parabellum usually refers to the Luger P08 pistol. The term may also apply to the Parabellum MG14 machine gun.