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Thread: Flux Defense Glock brace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4brian View Post
    The marketing is good. That I’ll give it.
    I don't know man. Kinda had a mall ninja Ciallis quality.

    Kind of feel dirty for watching that.

    Not sure I get the fascination with trying to turn a handgun into a carbine, makes my eye twitch.

    But what do I know, I am about as tactical as the dude with the lever gun in that video.

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    Mine has been a range toy.

    When I find someone who struggles with a pistol I have put this into their hands, and they’re able to ring steel at 25 and 50 yards very easily.

    Then I show them how I do it with just a pistol.


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    When they make one for the large frame I could see this with a model 40 an optic. Would make for a good woods gun when you don't want to carry a rifle. 15 rounds of Underwood 10mm. Yes please.

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    Totally agree. A 10mm that you could convert into a PDW with the flick of a switch tickles me somewhere inappropriate.

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    Interesting that no one here has questioned the legality of this product considering they have not sought an ATF opinion letter and have openly stated they not intend to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickB View Post
    Interesting that no one here has questioned the legality of this product considering they have not sought an ATF opinion letter and have openly stated they not intend to do so.
    Because nothing good comes of seeking permission from the man


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    Quote Originally Posted by jpmuscle View Post
    Because nothing good comes of seeking permission from the man
    Serious question: as a business owner, do you feel it is ethical to subject your customers to potential felony charges by telling them a product is legal for use when you do not, in fact, actually know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickB View Post
    Serious question: as a business owner, do you feel it is ethical to subject your customers to potential felony charges by telling them a product is legal for use when you do not, in fact, actually know?
    Meh


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