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Glock 21 Reviews

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Postby Uomu » Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:58 pm

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Postby spyder69 » Fri Oct 17, 2008 1:48 pm

So I traded in my Taurus PT-1911 for a Glock 21. Mainly for tactical reasons. I had no problems with the Taurus. I am satisfied with my decision.
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Postby Deacon220 » Tue Apr 28, 2009 4:45 am

I just purchased a Glock 21sf with the standard Glock front rail, single magazine release and night sights. I couldn't be happier. Took it to the range and recoil was managable with little muzzle flip for easy follow up shots. Every round fed perfectly and went bang when I pulled the trigger. I'm not a competetion quality shooter yet but I shot some excellent groups at 21 and 30 feet, this gun is accurate and easy to handle. I had traded my Glock 19 for an M&P 40 and love the M&P as well but the trigger on this new 21sf is much better than the one on my 19. The gun fits my hand perfectly and pulls up naturally on target easily. I'd recommend the Glock 21SF to anyone looking for a 45 caliber handgun.
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Postby Riggs » Sun Aug 23, 2009 1:44 pm

I have the G21 w/night sights as my duty weapon with my department and I consider it a very good gun. I probably have over 1200 rounds through it in almost 2 years and I haven't had any major problems with it. The only issues I have had are the finish on the slide is turning to bare metal and my last qualification I must have placed the mag in too hard when reloading and the slide when forward automatically and caused a jam, so i had to re-rack. Now I think I'm to blame but I didn't feel I reloaded that mag too hard but I still feel that shouldn't happen too easily. Anyway the G21 is good because of its low maintenance and how I'm not afraid to be out in the rain getting it wet because at the end of the shift all I have to do is wipe it down and put 6 drops of lube and I'm good to go.
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Postby JerseyMosquito » Thu Aug 27, 2009 11:34 am

I own a Glock 21SF. Great gun, it was my first .45. Very accurate, feels good in the hand, and it's very easy to handle and maintain. I have several hundred rounds through it, of all kinds of ammo including hollow point. Never a jam or misfeed. Recoil is not overwhelming, like my S&W featherweight .38 revolver.

Everybody should have at least one Glock in their collection. They are an excellent value and might save your life someday.
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Postby jpatter56 » Sun Dec 20, 2009 11:58 pm

I have just fired my 21 sf for the third time, I changed thr rod and spring with ss, next to my xd 45 is is fast becoming my weapon of choice.

I have a HK USP 45 compact it is my least.
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Postby meversole » Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:18 pm

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Postby jdb » Wed Dec 30, 2009 6:55 pm

I recently traded a finicky and low cost 1911 for my new Glock 21 w/ tritium night sights. Best trade up I've ever had in 30yrs of gun buying/shooting. 500 rounds right out of the box w/o any hiccups. At 35ft. it was on center bullseye and shot pretty much where ever I aimed. Go glock !! now I'm looking at a model 34 for competition......
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Postby essox_x_press » Tue Feb 02, 2010 7:38 pm

I've got a question maybe some one can help me with i have a Glock 21 C that a just got last week and been trying to get some ammo together to test it out. thing is i got a box of federal 230 g fmj rn and it says on the side of the box not to use with ported barrels or ported recoil compensators. cant find anything in the book that says i can or cant shoot it anyone know for sure if its safe??
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Postby jpatter56 » Wed Feb 03, 2010 1:19 am

Go to Wal-Mart and get a box of 100 Winchester 230 gr and go to town
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