Glock 2013 New Products

The Austrian company seems to listen the market demand for something “in between” the existing subcompact .45 offerings in Glockʼs line − the high-capacity Glock 30 and the slim line Glock 36. The slides and frames of these two models have always been compatible, and American shooters have a long history in assembling their own “FrankenGlocks”; now the company does it for them, with the Glock 30S, mating the high capacity of the Glock 30, which can use the Glock 21 high capacity magazines (and comes now with a railed frame), to the slim slide of the Glock 36. High concealability meets superior firepower for an excellent trade off for self-defense or backup.

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