I've seen the video. I've seen a 40cal Glock go full auto and this one was out of control but it didn't have a ported barrel. The 9mm Glocks I've seen where controllable. It is interesting to see that the Glocks behave in such a way that they are at least a bit controllable. At close range its no doubt that a full auto would come out on top. It would be interesting to see how a moded Glock and a ported barrel would shoot in full auto.Glenn Bartley said:I wish I could show you the film clip of the Glock 19 in full auto mode, by addition of a device that converts it (file is MPG and cannot be loaded into this post as far as I am aware). You can hit rather well with a Glock so modified, that is if you are looking to unload all the rounds into the target at close range; or so I thought after seeing this mpg clip. There were 12 holes in the paper, and the shooter then opens up full auto and there are then 24 or 25 holes (maybe 26 or 27) on the paper most in the kill or badly wound zone. This is not something I would want a bad guy to surprise me with. I don't know about those other pistols already mentioned, but this converter modifies the Glock in a way that it becomes a pepper box. Of course, I am fairly certain it is illegal to modify a Glock 19 in this manner.