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I've had a gen 3 g23 for awhile now, and really like it, and the .40 s&w. Just was wondering if there is a particular reason people don't like this gun, or is it just not as remarkable as some others.
I had some credit at the gun store and decided on a 21SF 3rd gen. The last 45 I had was actually the first pistol I ever purchased which was a XD45 Tactical. I've been a 9mm fan ever since but for some reason I had the itch for a 45 again. I thought it would be a great "bed side gun". I also purchased a KKM Black nitride threaded barrel for it in hopes that some day I purchase a suppressor. I was looking into those new Trijicon HD sights that came out at the 2017 shot show, but wasn't sure if they will be tall enough. I guess I just had the itch to buy something different...
So between the wife and me, we are planning on consolidating our single stack sub compacts to the same platform. Right now she has a 938, and i use a walther pps. She can't really operate the pps mag release, and she is no longer in favor of the manual safety on the 938.
Anyway, watching a dozen or more comparison videos...
So, I am considering a Glock in 45...
I love my 26, its old though, and I want a 45, I do have a Gold Cup in 45 but I want something different...
So, I went to Glock.com and was useing their compare feature. Nowhere on the site could I find an explanation of the differences between S, SF, Gen 4, MOS...
I believe the gen 4 has a rail and the MOS is some kind of modular system for sights and grips?
What is the S and SF?
Forgive me my ignorance, I am not the best internet searcher...
I have some big caliber revolvers (44 Mag and up) as of this writing. However, Because of the sheer sound I would say a 357 Magnum is the most appropriate. Particularly important when standing next to someone indoors.
I would hate to ruin a backstop with anything bigger.
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