Grand Power 15th Anniversary Engraved Q100 Pistols

Slovakian firearm manufacturer Grand Power is releasing a series of limited edition engraved Q100 pistols to mark the 15th anniversary of the gun’s debut. The 15 pistols will feature consecutive serial numbers, engraving and a wooden presentation box. American collectors may be disappointed- the high prices an limited availability may prevent any from making it to U.S. soil.

Custom Engraved Grand Power Q100 Pistols:


Q100


Handle Mk12 is made of polyamide GF 30 and comes with four different sized interchangeable hand grips. Easy to remove grips make the gun ideal choice for multi-user shooting practice disciplines as well as for special units of military forces. The frame is also equipped with universal tactic Picatinny rail MIL-STD 1913. The Q100 is standard size SA self-loading pistol with a rotating barrel for extremely low recoil, ergonomically designed shape and all controls ambidextrous enabling full shooting comfort for right and left-handers makes this gun unique. Only high-quality materials, the latest advanced technology of production process available on the market and strict quality control assures extreme resistance, accuracy and shooting comfort. Ten years of production with simultaneous research of latest advanced technology and high-quality materials used to make improvements and material upgrades has made model K100 – ancestor of Q100 masterpiece standing out of its competitions.

The slide is made of high quality CrNiMo steel, which guarantees a long durability for the firearm. The steel is heat processed to a hardness of 40 – 42 HRC and consequently carbonoxi-nitrided by technology QPQ to 750 HV. The metal container with slide rails is embedded in a plastic frame and is manufactured from high quality CrMo steel and reconditioned by QPQ technology to a surface hardness value of 700 HV. Hardness of the core material of the container is 30 HRC. Barrels are made of CrV steel and treated by carbonitriding to the depth of 0.5 mm. Hardness of the core material of the barrel is between 45 and 48 HRC. Surface hardness of the carbonitrided layer is from 52 to 54 HRC. The frame is made of high quality polyamide GF 30.

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  • RSG

    “Unique engraving and serial numbers”. Nothing unique about 15 of the same laser engraved patterns. I don’t think “unique” means what they think it does.

    • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad
    • ostiariusalpha

      Unique to this group of 15 pistols. Your definition is too exclusive. Joseph Laumann and Emilio Ghisoni created unique pistols even though there were hundreds of units made of their design.

      • Pete – TFB Writer

        Thanks.

        • Brassporkchop

          Do the writers cringe when they hit the submit button after writing the articles?

          • Pete – TFB Writer

            Good observation. Yes, actually sometimes I feel like I have to get everything exactly right or the whole internet will hate me.

          • MrBrassporkchop

            Yeah I don’t think I’d be able to last. I couldn’t even last at Reddit.

          • Gregory Markle

            I co-ran a fairly well known political blog back when few people knew what blog were and I can guarantee you that you don’t need to get anything wrong for the internet to hate you!

          • Pete – TFB Writer

            Lol. Truth.

      • Haulin’ Oats

        Both definitions are correct. It just depends on from which angle you view unique.

        • ostiariusalpha

          What’s your point? No one said his definition was incorrect.

  • JSmath

    Looks nice, actually.

  • The Mystic Seer

    The Franklin Mint effect. Did someone send them a Kimber catalog?

  • Edeco

    Not feeling it. Luxury version of a utilitarian pistol with relatively little history, esp in the US.

    Now if they were to do a luxury Roxor, that would make sense; 380, so minimum recoil, maximum precision. Baby the shooter in every way possible. Threaded so th user can further tailor the experience with a muzzle device. Bubinga wood grip insert maybe…

  • Madcap_Magician

    I love paisley-pattern engraving for reasons that I can neither explain nor defend.