Discussion in 'On Topic' started by mzmtg, Nov 23, 2005.
I rented a 30 from the range.
Overall, I give it a
It was ok. Nothing to get excited over.
Glock > your life
I miss my glock...
Is the Glock 30 the compact .45?
If so, then a friend has one. I bought his G26 and then he bought a G30. He didn't seem to like it either. Thought it had too much recoil. I didn't think it kicked that bad though.
I dunno what I expected, but the Glock didn’t do it for me. Yeah, it's a good gun. But it's not a "nice" gun. There didn't seem to be anything that made it feel special.
I went back to shooting my USP right after and it just has something about it that makes it feel "nice"...
I just think the marketing hype on them is a bit much. It's a good gun, but it is not perfection.
If I was ever told I could only have one pistol, it would not be a glock.
everything always feels nice when you overpay by about $300
umm.. yeah it is
You showed me the light...hallelujah
They're fine guns, but not the best. Doesn't matter how much you whore out the pictures of yours.
That being said, I'll stop arguing, simply because you're a fanboy and nothing will ever change your mind.
In a world of compromise, some men don't.
The Glock 30 is a good gun. It's accurate and has very little recoil for a small frame .45 and can hold more ammo than a full size 1911.
My USP was $620 brand new when I got it in 1999. Seemed like a good deal to me.
2 reasons why I don't like Glocks. 1 it is awkward to hold and 2 it seems that there is something in the polymer that turns it's owners into jerks.
great deal.. i think theyre about 750 now
Ya, weird ass grip.
I absolutely love my Glock 30, it's super accurate, and lightweight for it's size, plus it's a .45, and the recoil is very soft.