Blue guns for drilling

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by Polymer Proselyte, May 3, 2008.

  1. Polymer Proselyte

    Polymer Proselyte New Member

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    Just wondered if anyone nows how accurate the blue guns are in weight and dimensions.

    I was thinking of using it for drill at work on the quiet shifts.

    Against the law here to carry apart from home and the range.

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  2. ThaiBoxer

    ThaiBoxer Active Member

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    Dimensions should be perfect, they use them as holster molds. No idea on weight, but obviously it lacks the metal slide, subassembly, barrel, and loaded mag so it has to be lighter.
     

  3. squirrelpotpie

    squirrelpotpie Premium Member

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    well, i dont think the blue ones are likely to be as accurate as the regular ones, but if ya hold the muzzle end between your thumb and forefinger and flick your wrist and release it the direction of your target ya ought to be able to hit something at close range. just be sure you're friendly with your co-workers before drilling em in the back of the head using the "tomahawk" technique when things are quiet. :)
     
  4. squirrelpotpie

    squirrelpotpie Premium Member

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    Hi ya Ben,

    hope ya don't mind me saving that image of yours for possible avatar use.
    tho I assure you, mom would never have cooked one with the fur coat on. :)
     
  5. Deluxe247

    Deluxe247 Supporting Member

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    I have a red gun of the older M series. It was a bit larger than the actual pistol so it would not fit into a holster w/o modification. Keep in mind that these are usually pretty close to the real deal, but not exact. They work better with non-leather holsters for practice.

    -D