About Glock Full Auto

About Glock Full Auto

When you pick up a Glock, there is a certain streamlined raciness about it. The pistol just feels like its itching to go, head to the range, and put in some serious work punching holes in paper. Have you ever thought to yourself, "I wonder how fun firing a Glock set up for full auto would be?" Well, it is actually a (carefully regulated) possibility.


A select fire Glock?

You may have heard of the Glock 17 and Glock 19, both 9mm safe action pistols, but what about the gun that falls in between them: the Glock 18!?

A Glock 18 going full auto, some 298 rounds in just over a minute.

This bad boy is a redesigned G17 that was set up with a selector switch to move between single shots and full-auto. In other words, it can go either 'pew' or 'pew-pew-pew' with a choice of a switch.

A Glock conversion switch is a part designed and intended for use in converting a semiautomatic Glock pistol into a machinegun

A conversion itself is fast and simple, often requiring no technical expertise-- at least in the case of rear plate switches. Conversion requires removal of the original polymer slide cover plate and replacing it with the conversion device. By switching these plates, which takes less than 60 seconds, the conversion is complete. Conversion of a Glock pistol will result in a rate of fire of approximately 1200 rounds per minute.