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  1. johnd
    12-27-2010 15:47
    saw your post about age and the FHP new Glock 45GAP issue...that is how I got started, as an FHP Auxiliary Officer. Here in FLA they are the same as the career troopers, there are about 200 of them and they can and do do everything the career troopers do except they do it for nothing.
    The ONLY difference in their equipment is they have a flash "auxiliary" on their shoulder under the FHP logo and they wear contrasting pants versus same color pants for the career ones. They are fully certified and are on the same training and recert schedule as the career troopers.
    You are never too old to " go into" Law Enforcement, I did it in my 50s via the FHP AUX. It took just over 2 years to do the Academy part time and they paid. The 33 year limit is for Federal positions and has no bearing on State and local LE.

    Good luck, check out the "reserves" and the auxiliary in your area,
  2. Butch
    04-14-2010 15:12
    "My G39 shoots to the "covered" position, with stock Glock Night Sights.

    I don't see a method of adjusting the rear sight upward."

    I'd have you give Glock a call to see what they'd suggest, I expect they make them in the same four heights as they do the Polymer rear sights. Send me a PM and let me know what they say!
  3. Thx-1138
    02-20-2009 12:14
    I don't own a G38. However, I own a G17, and I use the 37/38/39 Mtac Slide for both my G39 and my G17. It should work just fine for the G38.

    Here's a pic of my G17 full-sized in my (Left-handed) M-tac:

    And one of my G39 subcompact (also shows the indent on the leather backing from my longer gun):

    As you can see, the G17 extends past the bottom of the outer clamshell, while the G39 doesn't. The G38 should be about halfway between those two.
  4. Zertek
    02-13-2009 15:59
    I too have a G38 and G39 and am thinking of getting the MTAC slide holster so I can wear both of them in the MTAC holster does this holster work really good on both the 38 and the 39 Thanks Barry

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