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Glock 21 Gen4

Discussion in 'GATE Self-Defense Forum' started by RLZIII, May 16, 2012.

  1. RLZIII

    RLZIII

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    Mas,

    I was curious if you've been able to shoot a GLOCK 21 Gen4 yet. I know that the GLOCK 30 is one of your favorite GLOCKs, namely because of the accuracy, which you've stated could be due to the dual-spring RSA. Now that the Gen4 models all have a dual-spring RSA, I wonder if the GLOCK 21 has seen an improvement in this category.

    Thanks for your time!
     
  2. Mas Ayoob

    Mas Ayoob KoolAidAntidote Moderator

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    We've been shooting Glock 30s for 14 or so years now; I first saw the G21 Gen 4 last year, so there's some catching up to do. That said, the one 21 Gen4 I've been able to wring out was very accurate.

    This was 5 shots from the bench rest at 25 yards, errant shot at top attributed to human error, with 230 grain Federal Hydra-shok and out of the box G21 Gen4
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    Below is result of 60-shot timed qualification, 4-15 yards, G21 Gen4 and Rem-UMC generic 230 grain .45 hardball. The gun is definitely "shootable."
    [​IMG]

    We'll need to hear from a lot more shooters with a lot more samples, but I think I can predict you'll find the G21 Gen4 both accurate and easy to shoot well.

    Photos courtesy American Handgunner magazine.

    best,
    Mas
     


  3. RLZIII

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    Thanks for the reply and images! It's great to hear that GLOCK seems to have been able to take the GLOCK 30's great accuracy and transfer it to a Standard-size platform (normally companies try to make that happen the other way around!). While I'm on a GLOCK .40 road right now, when I decide to buy another .45 AUTO pistol, I think I know which one.