The Glock 30S

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posted on January 14, 2013
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Firearms designed for concealed carry continue to be among the most consistently demanded products on the market, and Glock decided to give its faithful followers what they've been asking for in the new G30S. A new, sub-compact .45, the G30S sports a 10+1 capacity and is designed to be as easy-to-carry as they come: it had a 1.28" width and weights just under 21 ounces, unloaded.

To learn more about this latest offering from Glock, check out the video below and watch Mark Keefe put it through its paces. Want to know how it handles? Read the complete AmericanRifleman.org review.

Technical Specifications:

Model: G30S
Action: Safe Action System
Caliber: .45 ACP
Finish: Black Hardened Slide
Frame: Black Polymer
Sights: Fixed, Factory Night Sights Available
Barrel Length: 3.78”
Overall Length: 6.8”
Height: 4.76”
Width: 1.28”
Weight: 20.28 ozs.
Trigger Pull: 5.5 lbs
Capacity: 10+1 Rounds
Twist: 1:15.75” RH
Suggested Retail Price: $637

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