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I have been reading about the new sf models and that some folks have already got them. So i go to Glock's site to check them out and can find nothing about an SF. Are they specific models or do all the new glocks come this way? I own a 29 and am thinking about buying a 20 for the woods and would prefer the smaller grip.
 

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Yeah, there's an sf g20 model. They've been out for a couple years now, so you should have no probs finding one. The grip is 3mm shorter front to back so you can reach the trigger easier, especially if you have small hands like me. I'm thinking about getting a g30 sf. All the 10mm & .45acp models come in sf. :)
 

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Check out the GLOCK history thread stickied at the top of the Glock Forum section. It give you and explanition of th SF models. They are fairly easy to find check on gunbroker.com or budsgunshop.com.
 

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Aren't the new 4th generation Glocks without the extra grips considered to be SF models?
 
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