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dustinoif3 02-28-2012 05:23 PM

Fever for the g30sf
 
Yay? Nay? I've read good and bad depending on what trigger bar is in it. Also the tight mags. Any other opinions? Preferably glock lovers. I read the thread about the sig vs glock. Not looking to start a mess.

Jhamblen 02-28-2012 10:04 PM

Go to YouTube and look up Hickok45 he has a great video about the glock 30. He has been doing it for about 6 years. Has videos on almost anything.

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dango 02-28-2012 10:15 PM

I've decided I want one.I've been into pistols a long time.I have aG17-36-20,but the 30 ,just something American about the .45 !

Jhamblen 02-28-2012 10:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dango
I've decided I want one.I've been into pistols a long time.I have aG17-36-20,but the 30 ,just something American about the .45 !

What do you think about the 36? Obviously you like it because you own one. But how does it compare to the 30 or the 30sf?

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Glockpotion23 02-28-2012 10:30 PM

I just bought a 30sf and have had nothing but feeding issues. The mags are tight my 23 mags were stiff too. I have been reading about the trigger bar so i hope glock put a different one in mine once they send it back. Other than that, i would say yes because its very comfy in hand and shoots like a dream. On the flip-side, you can buy one and get a lemon like i did. I hear the 30's have know issues,just the sf's but you would think they have the same internals.

theboarbuster 02-29-2012 02:26 AM

I have had my 30 sf for about 3 months now and i have over 1000 rds through it without a problem. It is the best shooting Glock I own. I also shoot a G22 and a G26. My gen 3 30 sf came off the line 11/11 so it is one of the newer ones. My 10 rd mags are stiff but they work perfectly and they have gotten easyer to load now. I plan to buy another one in the future.

dustinoif3 02-29-2012 03:19 PM

Thx for the input. I believe I'll still make the purchase because it's a glock. If there's issues I'll just deal with it or make sure I purchase new to hopefully not have the trigger bar issue.

Engine5truck 02-29-2012 09:43 PM

I have has my g30 for about 2 years and has not failed me once

Glockpotion23 02-29-2012 11:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dustinoif3 (Post 724235)
Thx for the input. I believe I'll still make the purchase because it's a glock. If there's issues I'll just deal with it or make sure I purchase new to hopefully not have the trigger bar issue.

It can be new and still have that issue. Thats why i was so shocked cause i could see if it was used.

dustinoif3 03-01-2012 02:12 PM

That's nuts. Oh well. I guess there's only one true test. Buy one and put it through hell before carry.


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