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    Good Kitty!
    What is that anyway? Some sort of Glock? Don't know my striker fired pistols too well...

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    That is indeed a Full-Size 3rd Generation GLOCK pistol.

    Also, the trigger is in the "fired" position, which means there's no live round in the chamber, since the GLOCK pistol cocks the trigger on the return action of the slide, so the chamber has to be fired or empty.
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    Cool, don't know glocks from a hole in the ground. Kinda attached to stuff with external hammers.

    That cat has just the right look on it's face though:P

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    Yup, JAC is right, it's a 3rd Gen (finger grooves, integral rail) version of either the G17/22/31 which is the "full size"/small frame. The only problem I see with this picture is that should the cat decide to actually fire the gun from this position, well.....the term "slide-bite" comes to mind! haha

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    Kitty needs a revolver.

    Anyone with a cat and a revolver able to make a similar pic?

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    If the cat wants to fire that gun, it would first have to rack the slide to chamber a live round... that in itself would be very difficult. Oh, and that's only if the magazine has another round to give. Then there's getting your paw in the trigger guard and depressing the trigger safety to fire the weapon.

    Only pistol I own is my GLOCK 27. All the rest are rifles.
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    Well, maybe my dog is not quite as cooperative as the cat was... but, this is definately a Glock 22.
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    Here's one more :-)
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    One of my families many cats, this is Blue holding my kimber pro carry II.



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