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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by INEEDMILK, Oct 7, 2012.
Enlighten me!!!!! No Glock 24 listed on the Glock web site. What caliber is it?
40 S&W, Its a long slide with a 6.02 in. barrel. Glock does a limited run every few years.
no gills i assume?
Thanks for the quick reply!!!!!!!
I've never seen one with gills.
I have a G27 that the serial crosses to a 2.5-BZB-XXX-and it does have finger grooves.
The blue trainers...
17T 9 FX
17T 7.8x21 AC
The red reset...
stak probably has a pretty good handle on some of this as he maintains this site:
So aside from these you've mentioned above, does my list seem pretty accurate?
G35 Gen 3 OD needs to be up there.
A few notes for you:
What is a G17 RTF2G (or 22 or 23)?
There were G22C RTF2s and G23C RTF2s produced.
The C models spanned across both GEN2 and GEN3 (at least in the .40s), so they would need separate lines for those GENs
Most of the GEN3 9mms were available as both '2 Pin' and then '3 Pin' models
There were GEN2.5 G21s made - not sure about GEN2.5 G20s
The G29s and G30s had both no-rail and railed models
As Mongo alluded to, the G21 SF had 3 variants: Ambi/Glock rail, Ambi/Pic rail and non-Ambi/Glock rail.
The G21SF RTF2 was the only G21 RTF2 model - you can take the G21 RTF2 entry off of the list.
There was a GEN2 G24 (to go with your GEN3) - GEN17Ls were in GEN1, GEN2 and GEN3.
I may be incorrect but I believe some of the early G17Ls with 'ported' barrels were marked as G17P - I might be incorrect on that though.
I do believe that all of the SIGs (G31/32/33) and the G20 GEN3 models were available in OD.
I hope some of the above helps - I am sure that I missed quite a few others
Pretty sure the "G" is just a non standard reference to "Gills"
Thanks for taking the time to look this all over...
The "G" refers to gills, as opposed to the regular RTF2s that just have the frames and then straight serrations on the slide. That is why I have RTF2 and RTF2G as separate entries.
There was a C RTF2 in 22??? Are you sure? I made a thread about this a few months ago on here and the consensus was that the only ported/compensated RTF2 was a 23.
There's a 22C RTF2. I believe he has one too. It's on your list in the OP (with gills).
Makes sense with the G - I missed that in my first pass. :embarassed:
Yes, there is a G22C RTF2 (with Gills) - I have one in the safe (along with a G23C RTF2 - with Gills).
Under the G17 L, you could split out the generations, and the optional ported model:
G17 L Gen1
G17 L Gen1 Ported
G17 L Gen2
G17 L Gen3
Under all the "C" models, you could split out the generations, for example:
G17 C Gen2
G17 C Gen3
(both on the cover of the 1998 (?) Glock Annual)
(No checkering in the fingergrooves, I own one, CAA prefix)
(and a G24 Gen2 "C" model, if you split them out)
G17 and G19 with factory threaded barrels.
In some overseas markets, I think there is a "G17 Pro" model, but I don't remember the details.
EDITED TO ADD:
GTer MakeMineA10mm put up a photo of his G28 several years ago, and it is a Gen2.5:
Awesome. Thanks for the info. I'll update the main list tomorrow.
By the way, I used a couple of your diagram pictures in my subreddit, www.reddit.com/r/glocks. I hope you don't mind, because they are a great resource to have.
No problems at all, for non-commercial/educational use.
I WANT ONE!!!