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hi everyone. i just registered here. seems like a nice forum :wave: .

i have a recent purchase in the form of the glock19 rtf2 that i have a review of i'd like to post. hope you like it :image035:


i traded my 3rd gen glock 19 for the 3rd gen glock 19 rtf2.

i like it better. the texture on the handle allows for a non slip grip for faster and more accurate followup shots. i have fired 500 rounds so far, 100 rounds each range session, and the texture is great. no discomfort whatsoever. (also no malfunctions in 500 rounds either, typical glock)

something else i noticed, the rtf2 grip is slightly smaller all around than my other g19. good for me, as i have small hands.

the curved slide serrations, although a little odd looking on the glock, are in fact deeper and therefore easier to grasp for me despite glock's slick finish.

i had my local glock armorer put in a 3.5lb Scherer connector, which actually brings the pul down to about 4lbs. this is a great improvement to the glock trigger pull for me and would not buy another glock without adding one. this new connector makes the trigger break only slightly less defined, but reset is the same. it's a trade off--you get a much lighter pull, with a still acceptably perceivable trigger break, though not as perceivable as the original connector.






here's 25 rounds at 10 yards, two hand hold:


and here's 25 rounds at 15 yards, two hand hold:
 

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Welcome...

from Central Florida!

Nice Glock!:hand10:
Great taste...:yup:

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Thanks for sharing the review and pictures. Hmmm, I haven't used my GSSF voucher yet. I wonder how that configuration would be in a Glock 23?
thanks guys.

it's the same grip texture and slide serrations for the g23, my friend :)

however, in the new glock 2010 annual they show the rtf2's with straight serrations in an ad. not sure if that was a mistake, or if they're offering the rtf2 frame with the straight serrations this year.
 

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Welcome to the forum... :wave:

G19 is my favorite... :yup:
 

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thank you for all the kind welcomes, my friend :)

i hail from the arctic north (michigan), but i am from the deep south. (yes, i am freeing my bunz off lol)
 

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Welcome! Nice pistol. have a 3rd Gen G19 and quite happy with it. If I purcahse a G19 as a gift for my son, is both the RTF2 and the standard configuration both available? Anyway, Good Luck with it!:smile:
 

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Very nice shooting great looking gun! Welcome to the forum!
 

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Greetings from Rocky Top Tennessee
 

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Welcome! Nice pistol. have a 3rd Gen G19 and quite happy with it. If I purcahse a G19 as a gift for my son, is both the RTF2 and the standard configuration both available? Anyway, Good Luck with it!:smile:

yes sir, the standard 3rd gen rtf and the new 3rd gen RTF2 are both available. :)

the new 3rd gen rtf2 is basically an optional 3rd gen.
 
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