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Mabye Glock 29

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Glock Influence, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. Glock Influence

    Glock Influence

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    I am thinking of gettin a glock 29. When I was looking for my second glock the 36 just felt better in my hand. I go to the shop and handle a 30 and it feels just fine, so I just wanna know if the 29 and 30 feel exactly the same?

    Are the magazines the same where it acts as a grip etc etc or do i have to get a pearce extension?

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  2. Keoking

    Keoking

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    They're exactly the same size. The only difference between my G29 and G30 is the profile of the Pierce +0 grip extensions. On the G30, it is squared off. On the G29, it is more cut away, and would probably print a little bit less under a shirt.
     

  3. Glock Influence

    Glock Influence

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    what about the standard G29 mags ? Are those the same as G30s ? Cause in pictures it looks like my pinky would hang off the gun.
     
  4. Rawny

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    The G30 mag has a fatter/longer lips to fit the larger baseplate.

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  5. Glock Influence

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    hmm ... looks like I would have to get an extension afterall. I could never get used to the finger hanging off thing.
     
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    Just bought my first Glock, a 29. Great gun. But I hated my little finger hanging off the grip frame. I added the Pearce pinky extension doohickey to the mags and the gun feels infinitely better.... I wouldn't have a 29 without the Pearce extensions on the mags. It's amazing that Glock calls this gun a compact, because it's a bit of a bruiser... but nice! (Well, I guess you could call it a compact in comparison to a G20. :upeyes: )