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Talk:Next Friday

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Custom Beretta & Glock

- Could the 'Custom Beretta' simply be an Inox with custom grips?

Also -

An officer approaches the backyard with his Glock 17 drawn.

I think this might actually be a Glock 19, rather than a full-size 17. StanTheMan 22:27, 23 August 2010 (UTC)

No, it's not an Inox. Inox finishes are a dull stainless; this Beretta is too shiny. It's a regular 92F with an after-market nickel finish added by a gunsmith (possibly the same person who made the grips). -MT2008 03:14, 24 August 2010 (UTC)
If you polish stainless you can get it that shiny. Just look at the 1911s and Desert Eagles that are stainless and shine like that. - Gunmaster45
Even so, there would be a noticable quality difference between the frame and slide if you did it to an Inox. That looks too much to me like a nickel finish that was added later.
As for the Glock, too hard to tell if it's a G19 or a G17, but the actor may just have very big hands. -MT2008 03:42, 24 August 2010 (UTC)
- Looking back on the picture (which I only glanced at before), I'd have to agree that it's probably nickel. The color tone is a bit off for a stainless gun (nickel guns, I've noticed, have a 'whiter' tone to their color, stainless guns tend to retain the slightly 'bluer' steel color, even if you polish them). Even in the case of the lighter-toned Inox, the color still doesn't look entirely right when you compare the two.

As for the Glock, I was figuring by barrel length, seems a bit short for a 17. StanTheMan 17:36, 24 August 2010 (UTC)

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