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How should Glock classify the G30/30SF?

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It's longer in the slide and grip than the other subcompacts. Really, it doesn't fit with the compacts either. The slide and grip are shorter than the other compacts. Should it have it's own class like the G36?

I chose "compact" because I think it's too big to be considered a sub. I'm glad Glock didn't shorten the slide to make it more like a sub. Really, I think the G30/30SF is perfect just the way it is. :)
 

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IMHO, I'm not concerned what they classify it as, I'm just damn glad they built it. I love mine.
 

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Best Glock IMHO, but it really gets to me when people call it a subcompact. I know...just relax! The first time I rented a 30SF, I shot the middle out of a target and bought one the very next week.
 

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i always though it was strange of glock to classify the chunky G29/30 pistols as "sub-compacts" as well, but i understand their reasoning behind it.


their "compacts", like the g19/23, have 4 inch barrels. (or 4.02" to be exact)



all their "subcompact" models have sub-4inch barrels (G26/27 are 3.46", and the G29/30 are 3.78") :)
 

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I have seen it listed as either on different advertisers websites. I consider mine a Compact.
 
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