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New from Glock the 30s

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by horsemen61, Jan 16, 2013.

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  1. CPshooter

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    It's amazing that they chose to do this instead of release a single-stack 9mm like everyone wants. Just a cheap and gimmicky thing to do IMO. How about some real innovation and consistency in a product?
     
  2. Ky Larry

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    I'm no engineer but is it possible that Glock has gone about as far as it can go with it's basic design? Have they reached a point that they are making changes just for the sake of change? Hopefully, someone better informed than me will come along and inform us.
     
  3. Blueduck

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    So you all who "Rolled your own" or if there are new owners out there, what kind of holster are you using? Will a G-36 holster work or do you still have to use the G-30 holster?
     
  4. Hamburger

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    I'm sure it's old news by now about the G30S, but how silly is it that Glock claims their engineers developed a slimmer slide Glock 30?

    People have been doing it for years. Even before the SF version came out.

    Next, they will take Pearce's idea and claim they "re-engineered" the magazines
     
  5. g_one

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    They did develop a slimmer slide. Someone else may have developed it first, but I don't think Glock is claiming to have been the first to develop one.
     
  6. NG VI

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    I'll be honest, a 30/36 hybrid was exactly what I wanted from them, and if they were in stores back when I was an active recreational shooter I would have snapped one up.
     
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