I have a new to me G30SF as an off-duty CCW weapon. I just had my local Glock rep go over it and I put all new springs in. I have to say I hate the new RSA's look. It just looks so cheap with the stamped metal base and riveted onto the rod. I was considering buying a Glockmeister RSA (either blackened stainless or tungsten ) but was wondering the wisdom of using such a part on a gun that I may have to use in self defense. Also, how do they perform, are they as reliable as the Glock part? They do appear to be more substantial than the Glock part... Outdoor Hub mobile, the outdoor information engine Wanna kill these ads? We can help!