Does a Glock 21 SF C exist ??

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Airsprint, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. Airsprint

    Airsprint G-19C

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    Just curious I shot a 21sf today at the range and decided its going to be my next glock, I already have a 19c and love the compensation although its not a necessity. Anyways I searched online a bit and couldn't find one so I assume they don't exist, or am I wrong?
     
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    Dingus

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    You are correct. A G21SF-C does not exist.
     

  3. Glock Coma

    Glock Coma Aluminum Member

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    You going to have to wait till the Gen 4 21C comes out. Closest thing to 21c SF you will get.
     
  4. Airsprint

    Airsprint G-19C

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    Are they going to be short framed? If not how are they going to compare to the regular 21, I found it to be rather bulky.
     
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    Ehh... Gen4 = 3 interchangeable backstraps :supergrin:
     
  6. ron59

    ron59 Bustin Caps

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    Even if you can't get one from the factory... you can do it with aftermarket parts.

    Lone Wolf sells threaded barrels, and thread-on compensators. Boom, there ya go.

    I bought a LW barrel as I wanted to shoot lead bullets (to save money, I shoot 2000 rounds per month). Turned out, I didn't realize how SMOKY shooting lead bullets is, and I practice indoors. But I still use the barrel more than the stock barrel (in practice at least) to keep the round count down in my stock barrel.

    So if you want a G21 SF C... you could get there, I think.
     
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    I once read someone on here made one by changing slides with a standard G21C and a G21 SF. That is one way to do it if you don't mind buying 2 guns that are essentially the same.
     
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    Glock Coma Aluminum Member

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    you could always have the 21sf slide cut for compensation. You could have it done glock factory "C" style. Then buy a 21c barrel.
     
  9. Gary1911A1

    Gary1911A1

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    The .45ACP is such a low pressure round I'm not sure you would be gaining much with a "C" version of the 21SF. When I shot IPSC with a compensated 1911 in .45ACP I didn't notice much difference until I loaded all the way up to almost a 190 power factor. That was me anyway so maybe for others there was more of a difference.