18 Replies to “Another One For The Dremel Files.”

  1. Well, it does say OBO. Although, I’m pretty sure $75 is still too much. And I’m pretty sure someone will buy it at his asking price (eventually). I personally know someone who would buy it and think it was cool. For that I am sorry.




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      1. I’d be afraid he goobered them too. Probably took the follower out and dremeled racing stripes into it to decrease the weight or make it go fast, or something else spectacularly tacticool.




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    1. I saw an even more derped-out RTF2 (slide had gills) mid-size Glock on Gunbroker awhile back; it looked like the frame had gotten in a fight with a dremel, a soldering iron, and some bondo….. And lost. Horribly.




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  2. Forget gun licensing- I want to see Dremel tools licensed and regulated.
    How many more innocent Remington-Rand GI 1911’s must get Derped by clueless Bubba’s must we endure? How many S&W Model 10’s must suffer palsied attempts at “engraving”?




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    1. I couldn’t tell if that was just some weird angle from the way the picture was taken, but I think you’re right. This gun is only worth the parts that can be salvaged. Unfortunately that doesn’t include barrel or slide it seems. My guess is that he can sell this for more than $100 unless it’s to a prohibited person who is simply desperate.




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  3. Well, If you scouted around you might find a light or laser module that’d fit close enough to the remaining trigger guard to provide adequate safety. Outside of that, I’d say let someone else buy it.




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