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SO I was reading an email that Volgrad sent me and I noticed a new product that was being released.

http://www.dpmsystems.com/en/car-glass-breakers/

It is a new floor plate to add to your magazines. Here is the info from the manufacturer's website.

Floorplate of handgun magazines that includes a carbide tip, with the purpose of being placed on the magazine to enable it to be also used as a tool for the breakage of glass panes, When a handgun contains a magazine with the DPM floorplate with the incorporated carbide tip, the handgun itself can also be used as a hammerlike tool for the breakage of glass panes without disrupting the overall function of the handgun.
Anyone see anything wrong with this??? :)
 

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At least the picture on the web the mag is being used to break glass solo and not actually in the gun, even though the text sugests you could do it, "the handgun itself can also be used as a hammerlike tool for the breakage of glass panes without disrupting the overall function of the handgun". Sure may not disrupt the function of the gun but you could end up getting shot by your own weapon. Sounds like a bad idea. I can see some gangsta putting the mag plate and the DPM Recoil Reduction System in Titanium Version with Carbide Tip for Car Glass Breakage in their weapon just to look cool.

I was also looking at the MAGNETOMECHANICAL RECOIL REDUCTION SYSTEM, makes me wonder who they are trying to sell this stuff to. None of the guns to which they make this thing have that bad of a recoil in stock form.
 

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The pic on the website shows the operator using his right hand and a spare mag with the tip installed on it to break the window. That wouldn't work well for Right Hand shooters in my opinion. Lefties are weird anyway. :)
 

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At least the picture on the web the mag is being used to break glass solo and not actually in the gun, even though the text sugests you could do it, "the handgun itself can also be used as a hammerlike tool for the breakage of glass panes without disrupting the overall function of the handgun". Sure may not disrupt the function of the gun but you could end up getting shot by your own weapon. Sounds like a bad idea. I can see some gansta putting the mag plate and the DPM Recoil Reduction System in Titanium Version with Carbide Tip for Car Glass Breakage in their weapon just to look cool.

I was also looking at the MAGNETOMECHANICAL RECOIL REDUCTION SYSTEM, makes me wonder who they are trying to sell this stuff to. None of the guns to which they make this thing have that bad of a recoil in stock form.
yeah, you know some cop's gonna shoot the person in the car by mistake with one of those lol. agreed on the gangsta thing. i can see g-dogs putting the guide rod on their glocks to look cool

i think this rests firmly under the mall ninja category. ;)
 

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i think this rests firmly under the mall ninja category. ;)
Exactly. Try to do a mag change with that thing ... or a TAP, RACK malf clearance. A shooter would never have thought something that lame up.

If I need break a window with a GLOCK in my hand I'll just use it as a hammer. If that doesn't work (and it's safe to do so) I'll just shoot the window out.
 

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Exactly. Try to do a mag change with that thing ... or a TAP, RACK malf clearance. A shooter would never have thought something that lame up.

If I need break a window with a GLOCK in my hand I'll just use it as a hammer. If that doesn't work (and it's safe to do so) I'll just shoot the window out.
My first thoughts exactly, Vol!
 
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