We try not to do posts on here if we’re unaware of the context: where a video came from, to whom a tweeter was responding, if it’s old or not, etc. This take is just too hot, though. We tried to find the original tweet, but it looks like it’s gone. We also checked out the guy’s Twitter feed, but it says he’s been suspended. We’re not sure to which New York Post tweet he was replying. But we need to know if what he’s saying is true: that New York City cops use burst mode on their Glocks because it doesn’t have the stopping power a regular shot would have, so the intention is to hurt.
All my Glocks must be defective because non of mine has this feature. pic.twitter.com/xWq4A7x8m3
— Tactical-reviews.com™ (@Tactical_review) August 7, 2021
Ya, I quoted you, and also made fun of you. pic.twitter.com/UGoniqS1Jw
— Tactical-reviews.com™ (@Tactical_review) August 4, 2021
I want a burst Glock https://t.co/qPVFVxsaYV
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) August 7, 2021
If Glock announces the sale of a Burst Glock the economy will go into a whirlwind. I'll take two, please. https://t.co/DjnKVKaNj3
— Jazz Shaw (@JazzShaw) August 7, 2021
I’ll sell my HK’s and Sigs to get a Glock with a burst option.
— Listen to Tokyo Moonlight Commandos (@CommandosTokyo) August 7, 2021
i need to find my receipt and return the gun immediately
— Leo Izmir (@_LeoIzmir) August 7, 2021
I need one of them!
— CobiaATX (@AtxCobia) August 7, 2021
I checked all mine.
Is there a recall? Or an upgrade?
— FunnyGuy (@FunnyGu26596111) August 7, 2021
Damn! I got a regular one. I want a burst option. Sounds amazing!
— Politically Homeless (@tntRick) August 7, 2021
Mine does that. It also has a jet pack in it. Also I’m friends with Batman.
— CaliConservatarian (@CalConTarian) August 7, 2021
I must have missed this switch on my 3.
— Tony Oros (@TonyOros1) August 7, 2021
You just don't know where the switch is. And I'm not telling you.
— Neanderthal Nick (@ntitus32) August 7, 2021
Now I feel cheated!
— TexasSloopy (@SloopyTexas) August 7, 2021
I know this is an old one, but does he really think people and animals can walk matrix-style through bullets?
— Reformed Hamburglar (@ProfessionalHu7) August 7, 2021
The Glocks with the "burst option" are only issued to special agents like Shane.
— Rodney Wayne Richwine (@R_W_Richwine) August 7, 2021
Everybody's commenting on the "burst option" and "torture device" and I'm over here like "ppl/animals can walk through the shot?!" How fucking cool is that?
— Greengirl (@OG_Greengirl) August 7, 2021
Lol I wanna see the dude that can walk though a center mass three round burst of 9mm. pic.twitter.com/UumQNxePQB
— Terd Ferguson (@TerdFer60681216) August 7, 2021
My brain just committed suicide.
— Admiral Kingboat (also a Lord) (@BigDaveKingboat) August 7, 2021
Burst fire on a HANDGUN? Are these people insane?
— Andrew Campbell (@camp_bean) August 7, 2021
I don’t own a Glock but maybe I should buy one just for this feature.
— JGaraf (@JGaraf) August 7, 2021
I own several Glocks, none have the burst feature. I'm calling BS.
— Brian (@Rugbyfish33) August 7, 2021
My Glock not only has the burst feature but I also got it with the flamethrower and grenade launcher options.
— Bubba from Planet X (@TontoGoldstei10) August 7, 2021
And the chainsaw bayonet.
I kinda want a torture-burst gun now.
— Cab Uberlyft (@CUberlyft) August 7, 2021
the only glock i know that has capability of "burst" is the glock 18 and the 18c variant.
— Matthiew Ximon (@JeanPatiente) August 7, 2021
Shane is not the brightest individual. But what is worse is how many will believe him. There is no Glock with a “burst” mode. They have a few with a full auto mode and those are only sold to military, police, and very special licence holders. https://t.co/nPCpQI7Ihy https://t.co/uBnobrlhY5
— John King (@jwsking1966) August 7, 2021
He probably watched a YouTube video of a guy with a Glock 18 or an auto switch on the back and thought omg people have those? I must tweet about it. In fact it’s mostly not available to the public you have to have an SOT and get a signed law letter just to get one in most cases
— Wyatt Earp (@Knirob83) August 7, 2021
What’s funny is I know where he got this: Counterstrike (video game)
The Glock did indeed have a 3 round burst fire mode in that game.
— CptRusty 🇺🇸 (@RustyCpt) August 7, 2021
We still want to talk about how people can walk through a standard shot from a Glock.
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— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 26, 2021