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Postby tigwelder56 » Thu May 22, 2008 6:01 pm

Two of them? What in the world could be wrong with two Glocks held by the same owner? That is about as rare as a winning lotto ticket!
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Postby dannyj » Tue Jul 15, 2008 7:06 pm

If you want to conceal carry a .45 this is your gun. I compared just about every .45 for dimensions,weight, and

accuracy.Excellent gun
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Postby Cybertiger » Sat Aug 16, 2008 11:54 am

Fellow Glockers, sorry for the delay. I just posted two pictures of the only two difference's between the Glock 30 & the Glock 30 SF. They are the reduced space in the back strap and the letters (SF) on the right side of the frame. Even though they physically look the same, everyone who didn't know what to look for is now informed and will continue to be astute to the SF nomenclature & forthcoming SF frames.



Pictures 8 & 9



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Postby glockfan » Sat Aug 16, 2008 1:15 pm

I started with a G19, then G26, now I want more power...I can't decide between G27 and G30 I like the G30 more, but..

How is the Firepower...The recoil between those two..
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Postby Cybertiger » Sun Aug 17, 2008 11:21 am

I have the 19, 26, & the 30 SF. I pick them up one after the other when I'm at the range. Due to the way the guns are designed the stronger recoil is only slightly noticeable on the 30 after following the 26 & the 19. Considering that the 27 shoots a .40 caliber round that has an increased release of energy over the 9x19 you probably will not notice the difference in recoil especially after the G26, maybe more so with the G19 because of the longer barrel which gives it more stability.



You like the G30, the .45 cal is a tried & true round for almost a 100 years, maximum release of energy, precise, and why "shoot" for mediocrity? Shoot for the top of the totem pole.
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Postby shooter5 » Sun Nov 09, 2008 3:08 pm

Just bought the 30sf to go with my 23. The 30sf is a outstanding pistol that is spot on accurate right out of the box with flawless function. It conceals just as easy as the 23 and even fits my 23`s Crossbreed holster.
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Postby ikg2004 » Sat Nov 15, 2008 10:46 am

Hi fellows, just bought me a Glock 30. I had a S&W sigma but that @#$@$# thing was a piece of $hit. Kept jamming on every other magazine. I think I might give it to one of my enemies. ha ha j/k
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Postby shdwboy » Thu Feb 26, 2009 12:49 am

Hey yall just picked up a Glock 30sf with glock night sights at a gun show. Ive only shot 30 rounds and so far its a great gun. Light recoil for a 45 i was surprised. Im ready to hit the reange this weekend and put more rounds threw it. The ammo isnt cheap so if any of yall could let me know a good place to get it in bulk. any feed back would be nice.
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Postby Riggs » Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:20 pm

I've had my Glock 30 for about a year and a half and I use it as my off- duty carry. I don't shoot it that much. I might have about 600 rounds through it in that time but I love this gun and it hasn't given me one problem. I mostly shoot 230 graind though it either Federal American Eagle or Independence Ammo. I carry 185 grain Remington Golden Sabers though. Anyway, this is one firearm that I know I can depend on and am more accurate with this handgun than my G21.
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Postby tigwelder56 » Fri Aug 21, 2009 1:11 am

Really?? That's saying alot! Rarely do people care for the sub compact model versus the full size design. What do you find are some of the best qualities of the smaller pistol? What are your impressions of the recoil and follow up shots in comparison to the G-21?



I'm not at all surprised with your love for the Glock model and its reliability! Thanks again for sharing your story. It's important to keep the high quality reviews flowing!!
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