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I was really surprised at how much I liked the Glock 21SF!!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by CPshooter, Dec 17, 2008.

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  1. CPshooter

    CPshooter Member

    Nov 6, 2006
    I have a Glock 19, and a Glock 26. I have always felt that Glock "perfection" is referring to their 9mm line-up. I've never been interested in the Glock .45s, until I recently got to pick up a 21SF. Wow, what a difference it makes from the standard 21...

    The whole 21 package always turned me off, with it's wider slide and it's fatter grip. Like many say, it felt like a "brick." The "SF" version is a whole different story. It fits my hand just like my 19 does, which I like very much. The slide is wider, but then again it is no wider than my USPc .40 slide. The slide is still rather compact in height, too.

    Long story short, I'm thinking about picking one up some day. I would love to own a .45 that I trust as much as I trust my 19.

    Now here comes the serious question:

    When will they make a 10mm version? Specifically, do they have plans to offer a 10mm with the SF frame in OD green? That would make for one sweet woods gun!
  2. legion3

    legion3 Member

    Jun 20, 2006
    To each his own I guess, I feel no difference or at best the difference is so slight as to not do it for me.

    SF = Still fat but I am sure Glock is glad that people have different views and reactions as it will help them sell their guns.

    Yes I have heard of a G20SF but no real info.

    +1 on what you said about their 9mm's though.
  3. trackaddict88

    trackaddict88 Member

    Nov 7, 2007
    All Over-West of the Mississippi
    I'm hoping for a conversion barrel and factory 10 mm sf mags for a 21sf.
  4. NG VI

    NG VI Member

    Dec 12, 2007
    I read over on Glocktalk that the 20SF and 29SF will probably be announced at the SHOT show coming up, as will the 4th Gen Glocks, which will be 17 and 22 only at first. The serrations are a little different, they are deepest in the center and shallow out towards the ends, and the grip has a much rougher texture than the current iteration. The picture I saw made the serrations look scalloped, but I think it was just the lighting.
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