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The ICS GLM Full Size Revolving Grenade Launcher is constructed from a high strength polymer and is capable of holding 6 40mm grenade shells. The ICS GLM is constructed out of a high strength polymer to keep weight down while being very durable and shatter resistant. The ICS GLM features a full rail system on the front of the gun which is perfect for a vertical fore grip, light or even a laser, also featured is a top rail for mounting of a red dot optic. A buffer tube with LE stock is mounted at the back of the launcher which is able to be adjusted to 3 different angles and 6 lengths. Two QD sling swivel points are located at the base of the buffer tube as well as a included rail mounted QD sling point on the railed hand guard of the launcher. A latch under the back of the hand guard is used to open the revolving cylinder and allows quick access to reload your 40mm grenade shells. The revolving mechanism of the ICS GLM is operated by rotating the cylinder counter clock wise and tension can be released via a small lever near the front of the cylinder assembly. The ICS GLM is the latest in revolving grenade launchers and definitely stands out from the crowd.
Material: High strength polymer
Weight: 4.8 pounds unloaded
Total Length: 28.7"
Grenade Capacity: 6
2012-01-27 22:36:13 P. HUTCHINSON verified buyer Product Information:
Grenade launcher performance is really in the shells, not the launcher, but I must say that I love this thing. It's a lot smaller than it looks, and the stock is easily removable. The barrel is long enough for foam missiles, which is great for clearing out rooms or rooftops (depending on the op) and the plastic body really cuts down on the weight. The rails are a little overkill, being that there's almost no point in mounting anything aside from a vertical grip, but still, the real steel version wasn't meant to be a giant shotgun. The only problem is that it isn't as sturdy as if it had been break action. As far as CQB goes, the enemy will be gluin' themselves back together...in hell!
#1-light (for a huge grenade launcher)
#2-cycles well (spring tension is adjustable for shell weight)
#3-dominates in close quarters
#4-gives you options (different grenade loads, easily removable stock, QD sling mounts, lots of rail space)
#1-wobbly (has lots of joints)
#2- Straight barrel (I have a grenade launcher pistol that has choke. It was specifically meant to be a giant shotgun though)
#3-Messes up your shot while cycling (that's quite a bit of weight moving around on every shot if it's fully loaded)