Can’t win either way, so I don’t give a schit what people think. Proof is in the shooting and the groups you mentioned are often lacking in that department.Other owners are complaining that the silver finish is performing similarly to cerakote. In other words, it's showing wear and lots of imperfections early on.
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Just don't dare reveal that you are concerned about the appearance of a Glock; the Glock Fanboyz will mock you for not being hard-core and the Glock Haterz will mock you for choosing an ugly pistol in the first place.
Ya I also prescribe to the don't give 2 $hlts program for what others think. It's a tool to do work. Function and performance is #1. If I wanted to be pretty I would have cross draw silver.44's .Can’t win either way, so I don’t give a schit what people think. Proof is in the shooting and the groups you mentioned are often lacking in that department.
You really did get fooled then. I got the safety version of the 5" 2.0 when it came out and wanted a non safety version. I email S&W and they dropped 2 frame plugs in the mail free of charge and I removed the safety and plugged the frame.I really like mine and I’m an M&P guy.
Would have much preferred a black slide but I’m not paying Glock twice when they should had offered both finishes from the start. I played that game with S&W when they offered the safety version of the shield 1st. Bought it, then sold it when the non safety version came out. Fool me once....
? most reviews are positive just siting the silver finish can ware. No fit/function issues. I am coming up with 5 months of carrying on mine and its looking fine. Well over 1500 rounds through it with no issues. WAY better fit in my hands than the G43 it replaced.Wow! These reviews left me crossing this Glock offering from any buy list after reading the fit and finish comments along with the need for upgrades. It looks like a Smith & Wesson SD9VE, but at twice the price.
Agreed, but Glock should have offered it in both finishes from the beginning. If anything, the silver finish should a been the option, not the default one.It would be pretty easy to spray the silver slide with some matte black gunkote from Brownell’s, bake it in the oven at ~350 for 20min