Get Your Glock Full-Auto Switches On The Wish App!

          This is pretty funny and awesome! On the popular e-commerce site and mobile application known as Wish, there are a bunch of full auto conversation assemblies available for the Glock pistols that feed from a double stack magazine. A bunch of different vendors are selling them and they are going for $35 shipped. That’s a pretty good deal for anyone with the stones to buy one. One listing for this full-auto fire selector switch indicate that more than 1000 people have bought them! As someone who really likes liberty, this warms my heart. I’m glad to see so many people are buying something that is prohibited by America’s illegitimate gun control laws.

These sellers aren’t holding back with these listings! Just check out the background image. Isn’t it so cool? They used an image from the video game Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction.

          Now, I don’t have one of these switches so I don’t known if it actually works on a real Glock handgun so I can’t say for certain if it is straight trash or not. Some of the reviews indicate that they work for airsoft guns but that doesn’t make sense to me because I would think a lot of Glock replica airsoft guns are made differently from each other so why a company would just make this one item and market it for any Glock replica airsoft gun is beyond me. Also, I have seen real full auto switches before and these things looks just like it and since firearms operate a lot differently than spring-loaded or CO2 operated airsoft guns, I would imagine that there isn’t much part interchangeability. Also, I doubt that airsoft Glocks are made with a removable slide plate. I think the reviews that mention airsoft are just people covering asses, which I understand.

I don’t know about you, but these full-auto switches look legit. They are made out of metal and they appear to actually fit the real deal based off of customer pictures. If you buy this thing just be sure to use a pre-paid card.

          If you end up buying this thing, be careful. Owning and installing this thing into a real firearm, given it actually works, would violate the bogus gun control bill known as the National Firearms Act of 1934. Also, the ATF can apparently investigate and charge people for something known as “constructive possession”. It basically means that you didn’t actually commit an offense but you were going to, based off of the ownership of “suspicious” items. A bogus charge, indeed.