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While we're glockin'

Any word on gen 4 G30s, or Gen 4 G36?

I've become spoiled by the Gen 4's. I don't really like the Gen 3's anymore.

People are trying to wish upon us the gen 5's. I would appreciate finishing the lineup of Gen 4's
There are Gen 4 .45GAPs for crying out loud.


Buds has the Gen 4 30.

https://www.budsgunshop.com/ca...oduct/83297/redirect


Yeah. I was tempted by one. Really want the S model in Gen 4. All the parts should be on the shelf to make.


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While we're glockin'

Any word on gen 4 G30s, or Gen 4 G36?

I've become spoiled by the Gen 4's. I don't really like the Gen 3's anymore.

People are trying to wish upon us the gen 5's. I would appreciate finishing the lineup of Gen 4's
There are Gen 4 .45GAPs for crying out loud.


Same here.
I really want a Gen4 17L

Why not the 34?
I was under the impression it was basically a 17L with a better trigger>>>


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Why not the 34?
I was under the impression it was basically a 17L with a better trigger>>>


I already have a couple 34's.
The 17L has a longer slide/bbl than the 34.
They have yet to release one in gen4.




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Why not the 34?
I was under the impression it was basically a 17L with a better trigger>>>


The 17L has a longer barrel/slide. 6.02" barrel, compared to the G34's 5.31"

The 17L was the original longslide. It was released in 1988, back in the Gen 1 days. When it wouldn't fit in the IDPA/USPSA "boxes", they later came out with the shorter G34 to conform to these competition requirements.

The G34 proved to be more popular, so they eventually partially discontinued the 17L, although they still do occasional small batches of Gen 3 17Ls.

Original Gen 1 17L:
 
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Who did your texturing, frame, and slide work?


Everything went through OC Custom Coatings here in OC, CA.

They did the urban camo (hard to see in pics) Cerakote on the slide and frame, and they installed the Deus trigger and magwell (which is also Cerakoted).

They have local partners for the slide work and the frame work. I think Stone's Custom Glocks did the frame, to be honest I can't recall who did the slide.

The work is top-notch, though. I'm very happy with the result.

Just waiting on Deus to finish up a batch of barrels, so I can get my barrel and guide rod...


Thanks for the info.
 
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17L Gen 4 FTW. Definitely on my list once it exists. I may not even try to use a Blue Label discount for that one.

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Sounds cool but a Gen4 G17L will never happen. The current batches were still Gen3 based in a time and age that we're now looking forward to the what Glock has in store for Gen5. I would also surmise that Glock sees limited sales potential to justify in their minds the cost of tooling needed for making the updated slide. This company operates on the cheap and efficient, not on emotion or passion.
 
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I gave in to the forces of evil and this post.

Damn you, Para! Big Grin

Picked up a Gen 4 G19 today. My first Glock.

Will give it a cleaning and some damn grease, then hopefully get to shoot it tomorrow.



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Glocks need very little lubrication just a few drops of oil in the places as referenced in the manual.
 
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Yeah, I recommend that you lube them a little heavier than that. If you plan on using it at all.

I don't care what the manual says, it is a mechanical device and if you plan on using it, lube it.


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I'd even recommend grease instead of oil... Eek


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Redhookbklyn has been corrected !!


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Redhookbklyn has been corrected !!


All in good fun.

I did apply a little more lube than what the manual recommended though. I thank you and jljones for that suggestion.



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You bet, man. Lube is cheap.


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Picture in sunlight shows the urban camo a bit better. This is the best Glock I've ever owned, and I've owned a lot of them. I'm going to sell off a couple other Glocks, buy new ones, and have this local guy do the frames.



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Redhookbklyn has been corrected !!


My 'corrected' comment was referring to PARA's pic of The Shining.

I use Slide Glide grease on all my firearms.
I'll run a Sig fairly wet, but go sparingly on my Glocks.

Congrats on the gun...


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I gave in to the forces of evil and this post.


Redhookbklyn has been corrected !!


My 'corrected' comment was referring to PARA's pic of The Shining.

I use Slide Glide grease on all my firearms.
I'll run a Sig fairly wet, but go sparingly on my Glocks.

Congrats on the gun...


Thank you.



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