Journal of Glock Collectors Association Volume 6, Issue 3 reprint

2000 Journal, Vol. 6/Iss. 3: G36 First Look, Movie GLOCKs, Unusual Prefixes

Regular price
Sale price

PDF reprint of the Journal of Glock Collectors Association Volume 6, Issue 1 and 2. In this Journal, first published by GCA in Spring, 2000, you will find articles on:

    First Look at GLOCK G36

      The GLOCK G36 was the first GLOCK "slimline" model and the first single-stack model. The G36 is a subcompact chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. The newest Slimline models are the G43X and G48.

        Movie GLOCKs G18 Full Auto

          Ever since I started collecting Glocks, I have wanted a Glock 18 machine pistol. This is how I was able to obtain two GLOCK 18's that had been used in the movies. In April 1999 I found out that Stembridge Gun Rentals /  (Glendale, CA), the company that rented many guns, including machine guns, to the film companies had gone out of business. Long Mountain Outfitters (Harmony, ME) was selling off the inventory of Stembridge and I was able to obtain a list of about 600 guns that were for sale. Some of these guns were pre­ban transferable with documentation as to what movie they were used in and by what actor. There were many machine guns that were post May 1986 (can only be owned by Class 3 dealers, military and law enforcement agencies) dealer...

            Examples of Unusual Prefixes

              Some police agencies have requested specific serial numbers for their issue weapons. An example of actual serial #s SA1234PD. The following are but a few of the known examples:
              DPD = Detroit Police Department
              KHP = Kansas Highway Patrol
              MPDC = Metropolitan Police, District of Columbia
              SATX = San Antonio Police Department
              JCSD = Jefferson County Sheriffs Department
              MOHP = Missouri State Highway Patrol
              GADOT = Georgia Department of Transportation
              NOPD = New Orleans Police Department