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I would like one of these!



You joining the imperial storm troopers? Razz


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What ... a SIG for a Glock .. Frown

Well, if you have to go, it may as well be to the dark side.


I sold 2 Sigs and bought 3 Glocks with that money... Big Grin


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What ... a SIG for a Glock .. Frown

Well, if you have to go, it may as well be to the dark side.


That's what I did. Sold the P220 and bought the G22 in Dark Earth. The wait of the 220 and even the 229 have been bothering my back so I wanted something lighter. The G22 loaded weighs the same as my 229 unloaded. I don't want to carry a pocket gun for EDC but I did need to reduce the weight I carry.
 
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Don't forget to obtain an alloy mainspring seat as well. The stock part is plastic. It's uhh...somewhat important to the function of fabulous, not-so-stoveproof SIG.

And make sure that the guide rod isn't made up of that dastardly poly stuff that SIG started using a lot of not so long ago...

The hammer stop is my only plastic piece left. After that, my gun is BBQ proof. Wink




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What ... a SIG for a Glock .. Frown

Well, if you have to go, it may as well be to the dark side.


And it's not the first time I've done it, either. That RTF used to be a custom 229. Couldn't be more pleased, especially after shooting it.
 
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I would like one of these!



You joining the imperial storm troopers? Razz


Seriously. Why not call it the Herp Derp, or ACP.


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Call me a fan of the Gen 4 model...







 
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That's a great Storm case by Pelican.
 
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What kind of sights are those?


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^^^Ameriglo CAP night sights.

http://www.ameriglo.net/catalo...ts/complete-sets/cap


Correct! Eventhough the neon yellow sights can be charged, I prefer the orange version that pops out at you.
 
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That's a great Storm case by Pelican.


It is, I like the ability to choose just the soft case when I go to the range and both when I travel.
 
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I think those CAP sights are the cat's meow. I have them on all my Glocks. Fast and accurate, and not 'busy' looking.
 
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I think those CAP sights are the cat's meow. I have them on all my Glocks. Fast and accurate, and not 'busy' looking.


I agree, they are fast due to the high visibility front sight yet precise at distance. Plus I like that they have a low sight over bore ratio.
 
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I had I-dots on my Gen 3 G19 I sold, but I might be looking into those Cap sights for my G30S..



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I keep thinking about the G30S...I'd like to get a look at one in person.
 
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I think those CAP sights are the cat's meow. I have them on all my Glocks. Fast and accurate, and not 'busy' looking.


I agree, they are fast due to the high visibility front sight yet precise at distance. Plus I like that they have a low sight over bore ratio.


+1 I've put these sights on three of my Glocks. They're awesome.


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I keep thinking about the G30S...I'd like to get a look at one in person.


Same here.. especially after seeing that with the extended mag, it's got the same grip as a G19


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You will buy another Glock!!

I took the 30S to the range last Saturday.
I like it.
It has a true 6 o'clock” sight picture, hence my shots were a bit high at first.
Probably shot at 10 to 15 yards.



I also bought a G36 frame for $250 on GB to run this G30S slide on.
But I like the G30S frame better, I may end up selling this G36 frame unless the wife likes it.



G36 frame on the left.





G36 mag on the right..



G30S fits in my G19 holsters that don't have a thumb break, I only have one that does, my Miami Classic that I rarely use.
I carry my G17 in the MC anyway.







It is very close in size to my G19..
The loaded G30S weighs about an ounce less than the loaded G19.













I like that the G30S slide is more angled / melted (whatever) on the muzzle end.



I didn't like the finger grooves of the Gen 3 G19 I sold, but the grooves of the G30S don't seem to bother me.

I found I like the Pearce mag base plates over the stock base plates.
I also bought 1 9rd mag for the G30S but it really doesn't make the pistol much smaller.
I also found the 9 rd mag will pinch my little finger (and the G36 mags do that too), but the 10 rd mags don't seem to pinch my finger at all.







I'm really digging it.
To recap my G30 story;
After much research reading about how guys were making their own G30SF / G36 hybrids, I decided to to that.
So I bought a G30SF with intention of buying a G36 to run that slide on the G30SF.
Well, I bought that G30SF on a Saturday, that Monday they announced the G30S at the shot show..
So I sold my new unfired G30SF, luckily for what I paid for it, and went on the search for the G30S.

After losing a few GB auctions, a guy put one up starting at $700 with a buy it now price of $750 so I bought it.
My FFL only charges $15 for transfers.

I probably paid a little too much, but I'd rather pay than wait it out.
At that time there were only 2 or 3 auctions for the G30S at a time.
Looks like now there are a lot more of them.

I have no regrets..
I'm pretty new to 45ACP pistols, never cared for the caliber until I bought my G21.


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