Cap,what's the "SF" designation mean, Ray?
What's different between it and the non SF 20?
On the magazines, I figure it's cheaper to stick to that design than change to an all metal type. I do agree that if it was changed to a full metal type, then the grips could be smaller in circumference.ah ha
so can anyone tell me why Gaston Glock insists on plastic mags instead of steel?
seems he could fix that gawd awful grip Glocks are renown for and slim it down a tad if he used steel mags.
BTW, i own a 3rd gen 17.
I've learned to shoot it well, but the grip is just awful....
If Gaston would fix that, they'd sell millions more to the public at large
Jerry,Short frame. They are not slimmer, but shorter in the grip from front to back strap.
The G20SF and G29SF is on the CA DOJ approved list. I had to special order mine from an L.E. Glock distributer. I was told that my G20SF was in the first batch of 10 pistols to come into CA for L.E.O.s.The only thing I own that resembles a Glock is a Smith Sigma .40 I hear they had to pay Glock royalties for every one they made. I like the SF but last time I checked it was not CA legal. Thats goofy all the others are. Yours looks nice wish I had it.
I had one of those I bought when they came out. Paid over 600. for it back then and sold it a few years ago. Put it on gunbroker a few years ago with a galco fletch, galco mag case and 3 hi cap mags. Took seneral times before it sold and barely broke 200. Should have just kept it, local shops wouldn't even consider taking it as trade in. The bruhaha with glock really hurt the value, they sold a ton though everyone thought they were out glocking glock but it backfired.The only thing I own that resembles a Glock is a Smith Sigma .40 I hear they had to pay Glock royalties for every one they made. I like the SF but last time I checked it was not CA legal. Thats goofy all the others are. Yours looks nice wish I had it.
Yep, just perfect for reloading.The 10mm is a good round.