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New Glock 46 with ROTATING Barrel

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New Glock 46 with ROTATING Barrel

A German gun magazine called DWJ reports that they had a chance to take a look at a new Glock 46 designed for German police trials. It is a 9x19mm Glock which looks to be a Gen5-based and compact size pistol. It gets even more interesting when you learn that the Glock 46 has a different locking mechanism. It still uses a short recoiling barrel, however, instead of the traditional Browning tilting barrel lockup seen in all Glock pistols, the Glock 46 uses a rotating barrel!

DWJ Article Link:
https://www.dwj.de/magazin/top....thema/details/items/

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troubble27
troubble27 14 days ago

Its broke, you just didnt realize why. Ever tried running a suppressor on a Glock? Youre going to need a booster for one, and youre probably going to have to fool around with recoil spring weights to get it to run consistent. Thats because the barrel has to tilt back to pick up the next round, and the weight of the suppressor keeps it from doing that. So you rack it, chamber a round, shoot it, and......you have to rack it again because the gun didnt pick up the second round. Now, for comparison, take a Beretta 92 (M9A3 for example) with a threaded barrel. That barrel doesnt cant back to pick up the next round. So running a suppressor on it is simple, and doesnt need a booster or "nielsen device". Now, this new Glock with a rotating barrel.........Im betting you put a threaded barrel on it, and you can run a suppressor all day long flawlessly; no booster or tuning needed.

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ZGX0011
ZGX0011 8 months ago

This type of design has already been perfected by Italian firearms companies. Glock did not invent a rotating breach. They copied older designs. This is not a delayed roller cam design used in their HK rifles... not even close. The real issue is.... why discontinue a HUGE money maker? Now that many of their patients have expired? Will they discontinue their existing models? I hope so. Then I can sell the ones I hate at a premium....

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geothom65
geothom65 12 months ago

Beretta PX4 storm has been doing this for years now.

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Enrique Sonora
Enrique Sonora 1 year ago

interesting news. thank you for posting

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jwollman7
jwollman7 1 year ago

Is this for real?

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