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    BubiX Bro, the next Glock Killer

    Wilhelm Bubits, previously employed by Glock, Steyr, and Caracal, now has his own line of guns.
    The BubiX Bro
    https://bubix-arms.com

    Looks about the size of a G26.
    Code Name: JET STREAM

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    Site Supporter ccmdfd's Avatar
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    Well they do say that things come in 3's.

    Has it even been a week since we learned about the new Beretta, the new FN, and now this?

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    I Demand Pie Lex Luthier's Avatar
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    I like it! It looks like something Gereon Rath would draw from inside his greatcoat.

    I wonder how smooth the release on the grip safety is; that could be a huge advantage. One can easily loosen the grip of one's second finger while still retaining a grip with the bottom two.



    Here is the video from the web page. (No english captions, unfortunately.) it looks like a neat development.

    Can it pass GCA-68 rules to be sold here in the US?

    @P30 - have you seen these in Germany yet?
    Last edited by Lex Luthier; 05-24-2022 at 05:19 PM.
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    I like the grip safety idea.

    Don't care about a 'lockable storage holster', that the gun comes in 7-colors, or that it has a little detachable dingus for the butt.

    Any 'Glock Killa' should run on Glock mags, should come standard with real night sights at least.

    Also,

    Bro, bro, bro - have you seen the new 9mm Bro? Seriously bro, the Bro is the next big thing, bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolverRob View Post
    I like the grip safety idea.

    Don't care about a 'lockable storage holster', that the gun comes in 7-colors, or that it has a little detachable dingus for the butt.

    Any 'Glock Killa' should run on Glock mags, should come standard with real night sights at least.

    Also,

    Bro, bro, bro - have you seen the new 9mm Bro? Seriously bro, the Bro is the next big thing, bro.

    Grip safety does look neat, but how well would it work with a poor grip?


    The updated XDs grip safety and EZ shield grip safety can be activated with a less the ideal grip. Too bad they are on the wrong guns.

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    Soon to be followed, no doubt, by the BubiX Dude....

    Or the BubiXL BigBro...

    Best, Jon

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    I’m not so sure about Glock Killer, I think the 320 may have done that.

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    My buddy got a Caracal to T&E. We broke it in under 1000 rounds.
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    Because pins protruding outta top of a slide are good things.
    “Well," said Pooh, "what I like best," and then he had to stop and think. Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn't know what it was called.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Luthier View Post
    @P30 - have you seen these in Germany yet?
    No, I haven't seen this pocket rocket here.

    Little explanation: Most civilian gun owners in Germany are sport shooters and use full-size pistols of the 1911 or CZ75 kind, i.e. pistols optimized for shooting, not optimized for carrying. We are not allowed to carry concealed guns, we are only allowed to transport our guns in a locked container to the shooting range. Already my P30 is very small for this use case. Smaller pistols are nearly non-existent here (only a few hunters carry them in the forest).
    Last edited by P30; 05-24-2022 at 05:55 PM.

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