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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Ulysses, Dec 17, 2006.
What is a GLock 21L (Long slide)? Does GLock or someone else make these slides?
Nice. I always enjoy that pic. Makes you wonder why they don't market a G21L?
I wish Glock or someone else would make a G21 version or slide that would just fit into an IDPA box. That's what they did with the G34 and G35. The G17L was too long. A G21 with a 5.3" barrel and slide to fit would probably be perfect.
If Glock or some aftermarket vendor get enough feed back and demand inquiries they may come out with a factory version or a conversion set up or some sort.
We can all hope anyway, I know I would buy one.
Glock like any other manufacturer is market driven, that means that if they think that there is enough of a market for a product they will try and meet the demand 58 is hardly a market share but if a small after market shop began meeting the demand then Glock would maybe go ahead and do a factory offering of a long slide G20/21. But I think the demand would be mostly US based.
I owned one of the first and sold it. I am anxiously waiting for the new LWD slides as they will take standard Glock sights.
i'll probly buy one too.
bring on the pictures !!!!
i feel a ''need'' for a G20L .... but need a slide.
10mm = deer.
Actually, I don't regret selling it one bit. The American made version will be every bit as good.
I love my 21... I would LOOOOVE a 21L. Lonewolf = JR.
JR, can we get an update for this rumor of 20L/21L in Feb 07...
That would make one hell of a shooter! That would make a nice OPEN gun!
Nevermind what i said before... i would loooooove 2 21Ls!!!!!
One for each hand, Last Man Standing style!
I myself would love a G21L. Glock really needs to do more market research!
I'm sure they have done the research. There is a reason why it isn't offered. It took LWD a while to sell about 60 of them.
The only reason I knew about the LongSlide is I read about it in here. You list them in one Glock annual or on their website, different story.
The cost of that slide was more than most Glocks NIB, not including the barrel. I am sure that had a LOT to do with it. Not to mention a lot of people are just now finding out about it.
I understand that. When I bought mine with the Jarvis Barrel, I dropped about $750 total. That is expensive as far as Glocks go, but most guys pay at least twice that for a 1911.
If they'd advertise the heck out of it in a major gun mag, I'm sure it'd do fine.