GUN Glock 30

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  1. snoodles

    snoodles New Member

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    bought a glock 30 the other day, and so far i love it. :) it's my first glock. any suggestions on mods (if any) i should make to the pistol?

    my only problem is i can't find any ammo around town. everywhere is sold out of .45 :wtc:
     
  2. Just buy as much ammo as you can reasonably afford (when you can find it that is) and get out and practice with it. As for mods, people like various kinds of trigger work and new sights and all, but that kind of stuff is largely personal preference. I'd practice with the gun and build some skill first, then you'll have an easier time deciding what you want to do to improve it.
     
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    should have got 9mm. that's hard enough to find, muchless .45

    I've put my .40 Steyr in the safe and pretty much know I wont get it out anytime soon. Might even sell it
     
  4. Ford4Life

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    I only did 2 things to mine.

    1) Pearce +0 mag plates to give the 3rd finger groove on the 10rd mags
    2) Set of Big Dots.
     
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    Good friend has a G30 and loves it - I really enjoy shooting it also. I'm pretty sure he has the Pearce mag plates, but other than that it's stock and shoots great. Really nice to have 10+1 .45 rounds in such a small package. I have an XD9sc for carry, and I joked with him that even though I can carry 16+1, he still has more lead than me (17*147gr=2499, 11*230gr=2530) :rofl:
     
  6. kellyclan

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    Yeah, polish the inside of the barrel.



    I find 230gr usually works best.
     
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    these are the two best accessories for your glock...

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    Like the chamber/ramp area? Do they come that rough from the factory?
     
  9. I think that was a joke, as in "use the bullets to polish the barrel." :hs:
     
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    That's how real warriors are made too!
     
  11. snoodles

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    LOL.

    it came with those tritium night sights when i bought it. i don't know if they're worth keeping or not? i'm still pretty new to minor destruction world.

    carrying the g30 is definitely different from carrying a hi-power.
     
  12. No reason to get rid of the tritium sights. They'll make a difference in low light.
     
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    Nice gat.
    Big dots and Pearce extender - maybe a Hogue rubberband
     
  14. Michael Westen

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    Walmart tends to stock Brass Blazer when they can, I find it the cheapest target ammo I can find from the store right now.

    I won't shoot wolf, don't like the coating, and some ranges don't let you use steel cased ammo.
     

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