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Layers of editorial oversight

Or, you know, that actually is a Glock 1911.

17 Responses to “Layers of editorial oversight”

  1. Ancient Woodsman Says:

    With a Chip Wilson high-magazine clip, no less. Probably bought it online from Brownells Midway Dirt, too.

  2. JD Rush Says:

    But it is on that chart that we get in Journalism 101 as a Glock! -says every reporter

  3. Gerry Says:

    I read it takes a 30 banana clip.

  4. Gerry Says:

    I read it takes a 30 ROUND banana clip. (sorry)

  5. Robin Says:

    In .40 cal 45 ACP, LOL.

  6. Geodkyt Says:

    Is not Glock. Is either UZI (all caps) or AK-47.

    I read the poster.

  7. The Duck Says:

    It’s in ninja mode,everyone knows 1911’s are obsolete, so it trying to appear harmless, when needed it will morph into a Glock, they are sneaky guns.

  8. Jim Says:

    Glock 1911?

    I want one.

    Hi-Point makes them right?

  9. BobG Says:

    Where’s the shoulder thing that goes up?

  10. Lyle Says:

    “Oversight” has more than one definition.

    Encarta lists “oversight” in the first sense as “Failure by Omission; a mistake, especially as a result of a failure to do or notice something.” Their second sense definition is “supervision”.

    “Layers of editorial oversight” then, in the first sense, is a perfect fit for the Old Media.

  11. Huck Says:

    Does it have a “high velocity clip”?

  12. ATLien Says:

    Yes, because it shoots high-capacity bullets.

  13. mikee Says:

    I’ve heard of this gun. It is invisible to airport x-ray luggage screenings and if you hit a man in the pinky with the bullet he explodes. Right?

  14. LKP Says:

    A Glock 1911, huh? Maybe they should also ban those Beretta PPK’s!

  15. Jeff from DC Says:

    That grip mechanism on the back of this assault pistol( the barrel shroud) turns it full automatic.

  16. Ancient Woodsman Says:

    Jeff, you obviously don’t know anything about guns. That switch on the back, while correctly identified as an evil barrel shroud, only has one purpose – to render this rifle undetectable by airport scanners. It is afterall a Glcok.

    The switch that makes it go full automatic is the slotted round thing at the top of the wooden forend – the slotted switch on the bottom of the wooden forend is the one that would normally hold the serial number, which as you can see has been filed off. This is clearly a criminal’s gun, as they have even gone so far as to disguise those two switches a slotted screws – only fooling the average person and never a highly-trained officer of the law. I have it on good authority that the Glock 50mmm caliber has no screws, so there’s your answer indeed.

    Those mysterious military grooves on the side of the front sight are known to firearms experts as “superposed” and are a hold-over from before the days when all guns were registered. They were made illegal by the gun control act of ’68 which even President Reagan himself said was the greatest legislation ever passed in this country, in part because a superposed military sight only makes rifles like this more deadly. However, when Bush repealed the AWB in 2004, he once again allowed such aweful instruments as this Glock 50mm rifle – complete with the deadly military superposed sights and barrel shroud switch – back on our streets. These guns and their high-capacity banana ammunition have no purpose but to spray fire and no one needs something like this.

    I’m guessing that this gun is not registered and as such, the photo is against the law in most jurisdictions.

  17. Jeff from DC Says:

    Ancient Woodsman, I thing we can all agree on common sense, condescending tone, Darth Sidius, blah blah blah.

Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.

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