G34 Gen 4

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by ace21, Oct 17, 2010.

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  1. ace21

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    Does anyone know if the G34 Gen 4 legal to own in Kalifornia?

    thanks in advance.
     
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    What gen 4 G34?
     

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    Glock 34 Generation 4
     
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    Doesn't exist yet
     
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    Unless DOJ grants some kind of exemption, none of the Gen4 models are (or will be) legal in CA . . . especially those that don't exist.
     
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    Whether it will be CA legal or not, we may be waiting a while for the Gen 4 G34.
     
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    To summarize...yes, it is illegal to own a Gen 4 G34 in California because they haven't passed the drop test...the reason they haven't passed the drop test is because they DO NOT EXIST...
     
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    LOL give the guy a break. Obviously they are not out yet, but its not like there a concept gun. They should be out! Honestly what does glock have to change? Uses a 17 frame and basically the same slide except the slide needs cut different to accept the new recoil spring. Glock just likes seeing us suffer. I personally would have rather had a 34 RTF II then a Gen4 34 because the RTF frame should have appealed to competition shooters more than anyone else. I still want to pick up a RTF 17 and swamp the frames
     
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    Nope . . . it is because new guns must have a magazine disconnect. Unless DOJ rules the Gen4 models NOT to be new models, but minor revisions to old models, they cannot be added to the "approved" list.
     
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    Interesting-I thought most new pistols did not have a magazine disconnect besides the BHP. What new guns have this feature?
     
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    I believe that the Ruger SR9, the Sig Mosquito, and the M&P 40c have them. Don't know how prevalent they are. Wouldn't be a need (as far as DOJ approval) to add them to older models since those are already grandfathered on the approved list.