Glock poker: Testing the new ‘crossover’ 19X against a playing card barrier (VIDEOS)

06/12/18 10:40 AM | by

Glock poker: Testing the new 'crossover' 19X against a playing card barrier (VIDEO)

It a serious upgrade to a game of 52-card pickup, Edwin Sarkissian stacks them some 26 decks deep to see how far a 9mm can get.

He starts with a .22 (sad) and moves up to a Glock 19X for some more serious work. Sure, it is not high-tech, and it really doesn’t prove or disprove anything, but is it kinda interesting to watch.

If you have come this far, check out the same thing with a row of poor mangoes, below.

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