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I cant seem to be without a good ole Glock 30. Most seem to have multiples of the 19 but mine is the 30. Non-SF just good ole regular standard 30. Accurate and low recoil. I just got another while looking for a cheap gun to take along while hunting and cutting wood. I was looking for a cheap S.A. XD9 Service . They are mostly pretty cheap. I saw lots and they averaged $390 each. I stumbled upon a G30 in GREAT shape with the factory copper grease still on the slide with night sights for $395 ! It was a LE Turn In. The insides were virgin.
At that price I couldn't resist , plus I can get parts way better than a S.A. XD . Here she is with my others . What is your Glock that you have multiples of and why ?
Hello all new to Glock talk I have had a few Glocks a 22 and a 30s they are no longer with me as they don't fit very well I never tried messing with the grips maybe that would have helped but I am going to try again I need something smaller than my super blackhawk to carry while Archery hunting I don't have the funds just to buy the G20 and keep the 44 so it has to go is the G20 a good choice for a woods gun and cow I need something to protect from big black bears and Moose I seem to attract the big long legged Bowinkles thanks for your advise
A simple necklace I made. Seems stupid to some, but to me, it reminds me this 10mm is not to be taken lightly and should only be discharged in the most dire situations. This goes for any handgun, I know before someone says it. But I like to keep myself on track, kind of like going to church.
I got the holster with my Gen 26 ..
I hadn't used it but I thought Id give it try with my 27 ... Seems to hold pistol secure and close to my side ...
Any u guyz tried it ?
I am fortunate that I have a group of guys to train with that are all serious about always getting better. The guy who started the group has a seventy five acre piece of property where we have room to train however we want.
We do all kinds of cool ****, CQB, Small unit tactics, house/room clearing, distance shooting, escape/evade/tracking, comms, TCCC. We get together twice a month, for about 7 hours a day.
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