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Posted about 2 years ago

 

Getting ready to purchase a Glock 30. It will join a family of Glock's. Seeking feedback boys and girls. I did Google search. I am considering replacing the Glock 36 for plain clothes carry. For those that comment a free bowl of Butter Brickle ice cream. Thanks in advance. Shetland

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UncaD, Relax and take a deep breath.


There are a lot of good guns out there, why limit yourself to the Family of Glocks. Continue the research and see what you come up with.


Do I get my Butter brickle now?  :)


 


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36TR says ...



UncaD, Relax and take a deep breath.


There are a lot of good guns out there, why limit yourself to the Family of Glocks. Continue the research and see what you come up with.


Do I get my Butter brickle now?  :


Hahahahaha......


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 I owned a glock 30 a while back.  It was my first, only, and last, glock.  It shot well and never malfunctioned.  I just did not like the weapon.  I traded it on a Kahr.  A much better piece in my opinion.  For my high capacity compact .45 I bought a Taurus Mellinium.  Again a much better piece in my opinion.


PS.  Thanks for the ice cream.


 

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Length: Both 6.77 inches

Height: Both 4.76 inches

Width: 1.27in vs. 1.13 in (14 hundredths of an inch difference)

Barrel length: Both 3.78 inches

Barrel height: Both 1.26 inches

Trigger pull: Both 5.5lbs

Trigger travel: Both 0.5 inch

Line of sight: 5.95in vs. 6.18in (0.23 inch difference)

Magazine capacity: 10 vs. 6 (4 rounds difference)

Weight (excluding magazine): 23.99oz vs. 20.11oz (3.88oz difference)

 


Other than that they're the same gun....

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36TR/Timmy. I don't limit myself to just Glocks. I own a Sig and drum roll, Kimber Ultra Carry.

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In 45 caliber I prefer the S&W M&P's as they just feel better in my hand, not so big, slightly smaller magagine capacity is more that offset by my ability to do better shot placement IMO.  You can bring butter brickle to The Rub, a newish BBQ joint that is not bad at all.

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Well, I am a 1911 fanatic and carry a full size on duty and either a Commander or Officers off duty. The only other gun I really like that fits my paw and I shoot well is Springfield Armory XDm Compact 3.8 for a  smaller size. BUT, I will NEVER give up the 1911! Can I have my ice cream cone now?


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UncaD, I own 2 Sigs, a Springfield XD9, and AMT9 Bakup, S&W 357, Colt SFVI .38 and a Sterling .380. Not a fan of the .380, but the others are great!


Butter Brickle, please??  :)


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Of all the people I've shot, not one of them cared of the make or model. 

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Of all the people I've shot, not one of them cared of the make or model. 



Interesting....

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dodge706 says ...



Of all the people I've shot, not one of them cared of the make or model. 



 


1st post and this is it. In the military and in Law Enforcement we have a saying, "the ones that boast the most have done the least".


The discussion is not about the effectiveness of any given caliber or model but the concealability and grip comfort of certain handguns.


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