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The “Not Stock Glock” Concept

The “Not Stock Glock” Concept

| December 30, 2015 | 23 Comments

The “Not Stock Glock” (NSG) concept appears to be the brainchild of the folks over at KAK Industries. It’s currently being kicked around over at the Suarez International WarriorTalk forums, and I figured it was worth a mention here. Specifications: Fullsize Glock pistol (17, 20, 21, 22,  24, 31, 34, 35, 37, 18). Not registered with […]

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Not-Stock Glock PDW Update

Not-Stock Glock PDW Update

| April 14, 2016 | 13 Comments

The “Not-Stock Glock” PDW concept is something that Suarez International has been experimenting with over the last four or five months. It’s an interesting idea for those people who can’t or don’t want to possess a pistol caliber SBR. I’ve written about this concept a few times (here, here, and here), but I was able […]

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Timberwolf Aftermarket Glock 19 Frame After 2000 Rounds

Timberwolf Aftermarket Glock 19 Frame After 2000 Rounds

| July 19, 2017 | 2 Comments

In late April of this year, one of our Glock 19s was damaged during a training exercise. The pistol was set up for a failure to extract (sometimes called a “double feed”). Two live rounds were used for this drill. I have done this drill well over 200 times over the last six years, and […]

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The Glock Pistol as C-PDW: An Example

The Glock Pistol as C-PDW: An Example

| December 5, 2016 | 13 Comments

This is a guest article from CR Williams, firearms instructor and author of several books on self-defense and firearms use (see our reviews of his book Facing the Active Shooter and Gunfighting, and Other Thoughts About Doing Violence). You can follow him at In Shadow In Light — Shepherd There has recently been a fair […]

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Thoughts on the Suarez International Glock Personal Defense Kit

Thoughts on the Suarez International Glock Personal Defense Kit

| January 29, 2016 | 8 Comments

The Not Stock Glock has been officially christened the Personal Defense Weapon Kit for Glocks by Suarez International. The Kit consists of the ENDO Glock Stock adapter, a KAK Industry Shockwave pistol buffer tube, and a KAK Industry Shockwave Blade pistol brace. A few things about the Kit: All you need to test out the […]

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Folding Stock Mechanism on an ENDO Glock Stock Adapter

Folding Stock Mechanism on an ENDO Glock Stock Adapter

| January 15, 2016 | 14 Comments

I am experimenting with an ENDO Glock Stock adapter and a KAK Industry Shockwave Blade pistol brace. I had tried the ENDO with an NFA Glock before, but I didn’t care for it. The addition of a Trijicon RMR RM07 and suppressor sights may address my concerns about sight picture. The folks over at Suarez […]

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End of an Era: NFA Registered Glock

End of an Era: NFA Registered Glock

| December 11, 2015 | 15 Comments

It’s official — I’ve sold my Glock enclosures and mailed a letter to the ATF stating that I want to remove my Glock from the NFA’s SBR registry. Some of the most popular content on this blog was related to my NFA registered Glock 19 and the KPOS, RONI, and Hera Triarii enclosures I tested. […]

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Glock SBR Enclosure Comparison Final Thoughts

Glock SBR Enclosure Comparison Final Thoughts

| August 1, 2014 | 17 Comments

This is the final post in my series comparing three different Glock enclosures: the FAB Defense KPOS, the CAA RONI, and the Hera Arms Triarii. I am going to briefly summarize my experience with each enclosure, but I am not going to do a full recap on the features of each. If you want more […]

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Hera Triarii Glock Enclosure Review

Hera Triarii Glock Enclosure Review

Out of the three enclosures, the Hera is the easiest to operate and feels the most like a carbine. If you are built like a brick shithouse or have a desire to build this into a longer-range carbine the Triarii might be your best choice. Price The Triarii is $475.20 directly from the Triarii’s only […]

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CAA Tactical RONI Glock Enclosure Review

CAA Tactical RONI Glock Enclosure Review

FINAL UPDATE: It was never clearly established if I received an Airsoft or “real steel” version of the RONI, but it is most likely that it was a “real” version. As such, we were disappointed by the enclosure’s effect on our Gen 4 Glock 19. Since the initial publication of this article, readers have responded with their […]

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