Glock 17c with selector switch gets belly jiggle from gel dummy (VIDEO)

GY6vids picked up a 9mm Glock that was gently modded with a fun switch and went to town on Casualty Carl, playing his belly like a bongo drum.

The GY6 gang used a 33 round mag full of  G2 Research’s new 9mm “Civic Duty” hollow-point. We got to see some of these so brutal its beautiful rounds at the 42nd Annual National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers meeting and expo in New Orleans last month.

These solid-copper lead-free rounds designed for extreme expansion without over penetration– and the spent bullets they had on hand had mushroomed to the size of a quarter.

And now you know why Casualty Carl jiggles so mucho. It tickles.

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