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Glock 17 Dual Ammo Pistol

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Brewie, Oct 30, 2019.

  1. Brewie

    Brewie Well-Known Member

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    Anyone have experience of using one of these??,Am toying with maybe getting one,although I wont be using BBs in it,but I like the fact its gas blowback.This is as a replacement for the CZ 75 BB Blowback pistol I have,which is proving to be a proper pain in the butt.
    Too many problems and certainly not recommended,Looks Good,,perfoms P##s Poor and fed up fixing the thing.
    Was also considering the Heckler Koch p30 dual Ammo,but its non blowback.;):finger::up:
     
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    Not tried the Glock, as I hate Glocks.....:down:
    However, I had that HK and they are great pistols......:thumb:
     
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    Brewie Well-Known Member

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    Hi you have any issues with the HK at all??, why do you hate the Glocks? ;)
     
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    Brian Richardson Old gezzer...

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    I have the Glock 17 dual ammo IMHO I think it’s 1st class . Same as you I only use pellets in it. So yea I think it’s a good purchase. Brian...
     
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    Chandelier man Keyboard Hero

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    I’ve got the Glock 17 dual ammo ... bought it off here last week but waiting for some gas to turn up so I can use it .... I only bought it to have a look at so it will probably be for sale next week
     
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    No issues with the HK, good looking & well finished. Regret selling it tbh.
    Glocks? - They have the aesthetics of a bar of soap......:D
     
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    Now me I'm a era person, western, WW1 and WW2, but I have been thinking/looking at getting a more modern one that's a blowback and takes bb and pellets, cant remember the one I seen but fits the bill and around £200.
     
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    Brewie Well-Known Member

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    Ah yes I see what you mean,
     
  9. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    I have loads of blowback pistols and most of them pellet versions and for me the M17 Sig is the best I have had. Really nice 20 round belt magazine. :up:
     
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    That's the one I looked at Wild Bill. £199.
     
  11. Brewie

    Brewie Well-Known Member

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    Hi wild Bill, I did have a Sig X 5, belt feed pellet a while back, just after they had come out, but had a problem with the belt keep jamming up so got a replacement gun but unfortunately that had a problem with the gas bottle sealing, so that's when I decided to get the webley service revolver, I do have the Sig p226 which is fine, I'm definitely giving BB Pistols a miss, think pellet is a better option, blowback is nice :rolleyes:w
     
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    The Webley Mk6 was my first co2 bb gun Brewie, and the least one I have fired out of the Colt Peacemaker and the Colt Blowback. Still like the feel of it though.
     
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    Brewie Well-Known Member

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    I got the 177 pellet version of the webley, funny enough saw a review that said the BB version was more accurate, but I do like shooting it dam big gun, Dirty Harry comes to mind!!!, blowback really adds to the whole thing though ;)
     
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    oedbachgen Top Poster

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    Yes there's something :cool: about shoot a blowback Brewie, do you have holsters for your guns.
     
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    Hi, no I don't, but was looking at a nice leather shoulder holster a while back, not that expensive either, can't exactly remember where I saw it on the Web I think, just typed it in Google and some popped up, The Sig p226 i have has a real nice kick with the blow back, it's really nice to shoot, and it does seem fairly reliable, I sleeved the barrel on it so it was a better fit to the top slide, 1mm of freeplay was a bit too much so that's made it a lot more accurate and at ten meters very effective :finger:
     
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    The one I have for the 1911 blowback was free. US was faint got back to dealer in India (you know the web site) they refunded my money when I asked about sending it back, they said keep it, the one for the Webley mk3 was £30 and the one for the Colt Peacemaker a cheap Denix one with shell holding belt for £70.
     
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    I could be tempted for a nice shoulder holster that would accommodate all my semi autos, but not really in a rush as such, I do have an old gun belt with a replica colt piece maker, got that years ago and converted it to fire blank black powder cartridges, very effective!! ;)
     
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    I'd be interested in it. if you do decide to sell it on :thumb:
     
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    The dual ammo Glock is nice, but it has an awful trigger, probably the worst of the type.
     
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    Sold it already :facepalm: didn’t even put a pellet through it ....I ordered CO2 capsules and they didn’t turn up so I sold it
     

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