rtf2 or gen 3

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by ssgrock3, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. ssgrock3

    ssgrock3

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    I have owned 2nd and 3rd gen guns as long as they have been out, but found an rtf2 in the money. Think it might be kinda cool, but what say ye?
     
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    I love the RTF2 Glocks. Some people think they are too aggressive of a texture for concealed carry, but they are my favorite generation/model.
     

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    If it has the gills I would look closely, they are getting to be worth more and more because they are not made anymore.
    Eli
     
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    I prefer the more aggressive grip, I would take an RTF2 over normal.
     
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    Perfect grip-RTF2
     
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    I love the aggressive grip on my RTF2. No problem carrying it and feels great to draw. On my hip as I type.
     
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    Folsom_Prison Brew Crew

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    Gen 3 IMO! Had a 23 RTF with gills but got rid of it, grip was to aggressive for my taste and sucked to carry.
     
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    RTF2 is a Gen 3.
     
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    I often carry an RTF2 G22. I gave my daughter my G23 RTF2 and picked up another G23, but this one has the standard frame. I am amazed at how big a difference in grip security the RTF2 texture makes. I'm gonna ditch the standard 23 and hunt down another RTF2 23. They feel like they're duct taped to your hand.

    By the way, you can grate cheese and nutmeg with one of these frames if you find yourself without the proper kitchen tools. They also function as a lint brush, cat brush, shiatsu massage tool, and zen sand-garden rake. I can carry mine inside a fleece lined jacket without a holster, just stick it to the fleece like a burdock.