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Here’s Steve Coulston shooting the Glock Model 18. The Glock Model 18 and 18C (compensated) offer a quality no other handgun in history can match: on demand, fully automatic capability. Available only to qualified, reputable law enforcement / government agencies, both versions can fire in semi-automatic mode, or with the design specific selector switch set in the correct position. Cycles at 1,200 rounds per minute. Available with “plus” capacity magazines (17 and 33 round), the Models 18 & 18C are special tools for special operations when nothing else will do.

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Steve is a former US Navy Special Warfare Combat Crewman (SWCC) and a firearms enthusiast for over 20 years. He is also an NRA lifetime member. Check out Steve’s posts on Guns & Tactics at http://www.gunsandtactics.com/steve-coulston. Find him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/gmg2cc.

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  1. Very cool video. I’ve always wanted to at least try one of these, because I know I’ll never own one. However, I have to point out one thing. The following statement is completely inaccurate: “The Glock Model 18 and 18C (compensated) offer a quality no other handgun in history can match: on demand, fully automatic capability.” There have been fully-automatic pistols around for nearly 100 years. The earliest example of which I’m aware is the Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer, a select-fire variation of the classic Mauser C96, more commonly known as the “Broomhandle.”
    Still a cool video, though. I know I’d be grinning, too! Thanks for sharing.

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