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G34 ,G30,G21 for HK Compact 9mm &40sw

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Sweater, Sep 26, 2007.

  1. Sweater

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    Im contemplating which two of these three to get rid, My choices are between a G34,G21,or G30.I went to my favorite gunstore and i really like the grip and feel of HK compact 9mm and 40sw please i need some input, it is really hard to make a decision.Thanks fellow BOGS-------Sweater
     
  2. revo

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    Sit down and take a deep breath.

    Repeat after me - 'Guns are never sold.'

    Just buy more.

    You need to pass them on to your kids and their kids.
     


  3. ess45

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    Get rid of G21. Then get the HK and G21SF.
     
  4. ahtsay

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    I agree! I sold my Para last year....now I miss it so much, I'm considering getting another one. :supergrin: If you don't need the money, just keep it.
     
  5. If you intend to simplify your platform, get rid of your 45's (G21 and G30) and replace them with the hk p2000 compact 9mm. That pairs nicely with your other 9mm long-barrel, G34.

    Another is to stay with the 45's and sell the G34. The HK USP45c is not that much bigger than the p2000. Then you'll have the full, compact and subcompact platforms for the bigger caliber. ;)
     
  6. zorkd

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    ...but truly, we all know that us here, if we can have more than one caliber, we'll choose to do so :)
     
  7. jojo_G19

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    revo is right, if u dont need the money, dont sell.. just add:supergrin: :supergrin: :supergrin:

    i sold my colt 45 before, now im dying to buy one.
     
  8. Yup...

    I've got this '10mm' itch I just can't scratch! :supergrin:
     
  9. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Like what others have said, keep them all. :supergrin: If i were to choose i'd let go of the G34. It's too long to carry and only real purpose is for USPSA production. :)
     
  10. Let's see....you're sure it won't break your heart to sell two of your Glocks? It surely broke mine when I did so.

    But if you must, keep the G30. At least you will still have a compact big-bore.:thumbsup:
     
  11. Sweater

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    Pic. of my new HK 40 and 9mm .Thanks Cats Meow left the G30, and moved the G34 and G21. [​IMG]
     
  12. isuzu

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    Take Revo's advise, and buy a bigger vault.;)
     
  13. Are those tire tubes on the grips of the compacts?
     
  14. Sweater

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    Yes, they are bike tire tubes #26 I got in Wal Mart ,It doesnt add bulk on the grip.
     
  15. for me, i would sell the g21 and get the hk usp40. now, i have three calibers..g34 9mm, g30 .45acp, and hk usp .40sw:thumbsup:
     
  16. zorkd

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    .ph
    i too have once toyed with the idea of a 10mm, thing is, only gun i would really consider for it would be a colt delta elite. or maybe the glock 20.

    the thing is, i dunno if its true, but i read somewhere, (probably on the web also), that the increase in velocity in published 10mm loadings was not much more than max loads of the .40 s&w, though it was also written in that article that the loads for the 10mm was somewhat reduced when it was seen that the glock 20 was not really capable of holding those full house charges because of the chamber design or something.

    anyway, locally (philippines), for a 10mm shooter, perhaps the .40 is still the most practical approach.
     
  17. superman79

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    G34 and G35 are the same size as a standard 1911.. A lot of people carry 1911's. G34 and G35 are much lighter than the 1911 so i would think it would be easier to carry in terms of weight.;)