Can you carry enough ammo to destroy a Glock? Watch the meltdown (VIDEO)

Iraqveteran8888 takes a pile of aftermarket magazines, enough boxes of ammo to cover a waterbed, and a G17 with an auto sear to see if he could make it meltdown.

Outfitted with a Mako shoulder stock, the fun switch on the back of the Glock 17 makes the gun a blast to shoot, and Eric came correct with a steel guiderod to swap out JIC the polymer one melted down. With that in mind, its just mag after mag of mixed rounds including steel-cased Wolf, 115 grain tracers, and everything else they just had taking up space in 9mm.

So where do you think it will fail? 200 rounds? 500 rounds? 1,000 rounds?

Watch and let the Glock hate flow through you.

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