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Old 12-10-2013, 04:50 PM   #11
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You will serve her well by insisting on double hearing protection while shooting the 19C. Plugs+muffs.

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Yessir...Short Frame...

SF's have a smaller diameter grip...

IIRC, the G-4's have interchangeable backstraps so it seems like kind of a moot point now...
Not such a moot point for those of us stuck in the people's republic of California. For some reason the Gen4s aren't authorized here, but Gen3s are. That's the only reason I'm going for the gen3 21sf. ;-)
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Not such a moot point for those of us stuck in the people's republic of California. For some reason the Gen4s aren't authorized here, but Gen3s are. That's the only reason I'm going for the gen3 21sf. ;-)
Sorry about your current situation bro... They really got ya hamstrung there...

AFIK, Mass. has similar laws as well, except only G1 and G2's are legal...I could be wrong, but it's ridiculous nonetheless...Like there are major differences between the generations... ...it must be infuriating...
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Not such a moot point for those of us stuck in the people's republic of California. For some reason the Gen4s aren't authorized here, but Gen3s are. That's the only reason I'm going for the gen3 21sf. ;-)
You might want to check on that. Seems there are a few gyrations to hop through to "convert" a Gen4 to Gen3 for the initial sale then restore it to Gen4 later. No doubt Calguns.net would be on top of it and even a few members here.
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Sorry about your current situation bro... They really got ya hamstrung there...

AFIK, Mass. has similar laws as well, except only G1 and G2's are legal...I could be wrong, but it's ridiculous nonetheless...Like there are major differences between the generations... ...it must be infuriating...
Lol yeah it seems a bit illogical.
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You might want to check on that. Seems there are a few gyrations to hop through to "convert" a Gen4 to Gen3 for the initial sale then restore it to Gen4 later. No doubt Calguns.net would be on top of it and even a few members here.
Ill look into that. Thanks Quentin. Either way, they're pretty much the same gun once you get past the dual spring and adjustable backstrap. :-)
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Bought a Fobus. Can't wait to try it. Eventually, I think I'd like a Raven Concealment.

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Nice! I've never been much of a Glock fan...until recently. My buddy picked up a G17, and I loved shooting it. While I still think Glocks are pretty ugly, its hard to argue with their ability to perform. Ill be picking up a G21sf in just a couple weeks.
The Glock 21SF was my last duty weapon before I retired and the first Glock that I ever fired. I liked it so much that after I retired I bought a 21SF of my own.
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The Fobus was refunded to me. They said they couldn't ship it. So... I purchased a Hodges Custom Kydex holster. Hopefully it ships quick.

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Check out Hodges Custom Kydex. It's a phenomenal holster.

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