.357 Magnum Snubby V.S> Glock 30
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Old 05-20-2010, 10:57 PM   #1
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Default .357 Magnum Snubby V.S> Glock 30

I have owned a Glock 30 for awhile but just picked a EAA Windicator .357 2 inch barell.

Which would be the better carry gun?
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Old 05-20-2010, 11:02 PM   #2
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Rusty haven't shot much in a few years I was pretty good once.
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.357 More Powerful....But... revolver harder to conceal and less comfortable....
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You need one of these:
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@Cane - OUCH!

I feel I was more accurate with my G30 than my new SP101. Just need more time with the revolver. Can't go wrong with a snubbie. Kind of depends on whether you are willing to practice up with the revolver.
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I feel I was more accurate with my G30 than my new SP101. Just need more time with the revolver. Can't go wrong with a snubbie. Kind of depends on whether you are willing to practice up with the revolver.

Substitute XDm 40 for G30 and you'll have my story as well.
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Both are reliable, but I think follow up shots or doubletaps would be better with the auto.

Go to the range and practice doubles/triples timed and see how well you do.
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