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Old 01-19-2015, 16:32   #1
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It's official Glock 40 MOS is up on their website 8>)

http://us.glock.com/products/all

SHOT '15 Media Day had a Leupy Deltapoint optic on a standard width longslide G40 . 40 oz loaded
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Old 01-27-2015, 17:27   #2
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http://us.glock.com/products/all

SHOT '15 Media Day had a Leupy Deltapoint optic on a standard width longslide G40 . 40 oz loaded
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My main concern is that the G40 is shown on their site has having a lighter unloaded weight despite the longer slide.
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My main concern is that the G40 is shown on their site has having a lighter unloaded weight despite the longer slide.
There are still a couple of typo's on the Glock website. Notice the height is listed as 1.28 inches (though the 139mm number is probably good). Also, the difference between loaded and unloaded is 240g, whereas the difference between a loaded and unloaded G20 is 250g (same mag). I wouldn't put too much faith in the published numbers just yet. I'm pretty sure the first time I looked at the numbers, the english weight unloaded was heavier than the listed weight loaded, but it looks like they fixed that one.
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There are still a couple of typo's on the Glock website. Notice the height is listed as 1.28 inches (though the 139mm number is probably good). Also, the difference between loaded and unloaded is 240g, whereas the difference between a loaded and unloaded G20 is 250g (same mag). I wouldn't put too much faith in the published numbers just yet. I'm pretty sure the first time I looked at the numbers, the english weight unloaded was heavier than the listed weight loaded, but it looks like they fixed that one.
I tend to agree - my primary thoughts are "I hope they made a mistake". A heavier 6" slide would benefit the 10mm quite a bit if you ask me..
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