G21 SF - Your Thoughts???

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  1. bcj128

    bcj128

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    OK...so I'm looking to get a Glock 21 SF. I have a friend who has one NIB that he wants to sell.

    What's your experience out there with the G21 SF? Good, bad, or indifferent.
     
  2. G20gunner

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    I love my G21sf, it fits my hand perfectly and is very accurate. My first Glock was a G20 10mm and I wish I'd gotten it in the SF version. The SF grips really do make a difference in grip comfort. The G21sf is very comfortable to shoot in 45acp and dead reliable. There's nothing like loading it up with those nice big shiny 45's and firing away:supergrin:.
    I'd say get it ASAP, you'll love it.

    G20gunner:wavey:
     
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  3. rahrah12

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    MY G21SF was my first gun. I own the ambi mag release version and so far it has been a great gun. 1000+ rounds through the gun. Fits my hand well and is very accurate for me.

    It mainly is my home defense gun now but I still carry it on occasion.
     
  4. venenoindy

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    I like mine a lot, I can shoot just as good or better than my 1911 at less than half the price.
     
  5. Glock-1982

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    What reasons do you have not to get it? :dunno:

    Get it if you can. :2gun:
     
  6. captdreifus

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    Mine is in Smyrna, GA getting a new frame without the ambidextrous mag release. The dang thing flew out of the frame while I was practicing reloads. Grrr.

    My .02 is to get the standard mag release.

    capt
     
  7. G20gunner

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    Yes, it was complaints like that that made me get the standard G21sf. To the OP, I would make sure it's not the ambi version. I know some peole have no problems, but why take a chance.

    G20gunner
     
  8. argy1182

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    I own a 21sf and carry it daily. I've never had any issues with the gun and really like it. I will say that it is a bit bulky to carry, if that's an issue for you.
     
  9. the_machine

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    it's nice like other Glock models. I should have get the Glock rail, instead of the picatiny rail. It's hard to attach some weapon lights on the pic. rail. The 21 sf is much nicer fit in the hand than the old fat 21 model. hard to find .45 ammo at Wal mart now.
     
  10. GlockerMike

    GlockerMike God Help Us

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    Love mine! Fits my smaller hands great. Never a problem with the ambi or pic. It's my nightstand gun.


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  11. Larry V

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    Glockphobia NOT!

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    get it!:supergrin: ive got the sf w/pic rail and ambi, great shooter. havent had any prob's and recoil is not as bad as i thought it would be for a 45.
     
  13. Bluecard

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    I bought mine with the standard picatiny rail and single side magazine release. I really like the way it shoots, definately not the easiest gun to carry concealed but great gun! If you get the frame configuration like mine you will find there are a wider variety of holsters that will fit it as opossed to the G21 SF with 1913 rail and ambi-safety.