28 Feb '13, 8pm

Glock 30S Review: The new .45ACP Glock 30S was born from a “hack” where Glock shooters tinkered a bit and marr...

Glock 30S Review: The new .45ACP Glock 30S was born from a “hack” where Glock shooters tinkered a bit and marr...

The new .45ACP Glock 30S was born from a “hack” where Glock shooters tinkered a bit and married a 30SF frame with a 36 slide. These hackers felt that the 30SF was too bulky for concealed carry and that the 36, with its 6+1 capacity, did not hold enough rounds. Glock officially solved the problem with the 30S, a slimmer slide to improve conceal carry comfort, and an increase to 10+1 capacity. I first fired the 30S at SHOT Show one month ago, and in the limited time I had with the gun I noted the (perceived) reduced recoil (Note: Perceived recoil in this case is a subjective measure of how much recoil is perceived by the author, relative to similar pistols.). I requested a test gun from Glock so I could have more trigger time to better evaluate it. The 10-round double-stack magazine has a pinky extension which allows the 30S to fit well in the author’s average size hand. Loo...

Full article: http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2013/02/28/glock-30s-r...

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