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Monday, April 19, 2021

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For the second time around, U.S. Army General Scott Miller, America’s top officer in Afghanistan and a Delta Force alumni, has drawn the attention of many people for carrying a heavily modified Glock with a compensator attached while on duty. Scott is known for his penchant for carrying unique sidearms, including a full-sized 1911 before. The modified Glock he is carrying has a flared magazine for easier reloading and a big compensator fixed at the end of the weapon’s threaded barrel. Such features are usually seen in action movies only.

Source: https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/39894/top-u-s-general-in-afghanistan-is-carrying-a-heavily-modified-glock-with-a-compensator-attached

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