Post by TacticalLiquidation on Feb 20, 2005 3:01:45 GMT -5
I was bored so I figured id just post some random pictures of my KSC Glock 19. There are a couple with my SIG 552 in there, but I took the vertical forgrip and ANPEQ2 box off...It looks pretty boring, but ill be getting a silencer and barrel for it on Monday...I'll post more pics of it then.
Post by TacticalLiquidation on Feb 20, 2005 14:30:20 GMT -5
The flash is what made the slide look white, its really just a silver Caspian slide. If any of you plan on buying a slide, dont buy a Caspian, they look good but are built like crap. It doesnt fit the sights and stuff right. Thanks for the comments everyone.
Why send flowers when you can say it all with guns - Soultaker
Modified SIG 552, Modified Phantom AUG, modified KSC Glock 19.
Post by TacticalLiquidation on Feb 20, 2005 15:40:05 GMT -5
Well the front sight is a bit too tight (I dont think ill be getting it back out without messing up the sight), and the back sight slot is too wide, making it far too loose, so I have to glue it in place or do something of the sort. It is still accurate for me as long as you take your time placing the back sight correctly. In my opinion, save yourself about 50-60 extra bucks, save the trouble, and buy a regular slide over the Caspian one.
EDIT: Also, the slide below the rear sight is supposed to have threads to hold a part inside the slide. The Caspian slide was completely missing the threads...so me and my dad were forced to create our own threads to hold the part in...NEVER buy a capsian slide, I cant emphasize that enough.
Post by MayhemXXXFrosty (AndrewMp5k) on Feb 21, 2005 12:56:12 GMT -5
As do I insane, but since I melted my front sight I have been looking into getting either a new slide altogether or just a new set of sight(s). Now I know not to buy a Caspian slide...narrows down my looking down a little more.
Edit- You can also get a set of real steel glock sights and use those. They should come with a screw. Take the spring rod and all that good stuff so you just have the empty slide, then screw the screw into the buttom of the sight. This makes a tight fix, plus your new steel sights will never fall off.
Post by MayhemXXXFrosty (AndrewMp5k) on Feb 21, 2005 18:35:34 GMT -5
Be warned that sanding it down makes it weaker and more I think brittle. I had to sand off my orange tip on my KWA G19 and it scratched it, so I don't know what it would do if you sanded the whole slide. Some guys on here have done it, should get a hold of one of them.