I didnt want to have to purchase yet another size ammo . I carry a .40 so this made the decision easyI'm surprised that .40 is still so popular, I'd thought it had largely fallen out of favor. The only reason I ended up with one is that I have a Glock 22 and found a .40 Glock Sub for a decent price...
It must be something special. There are plenty of new .40 glock s2k's on GB in a variety of colors (green, blue, black) for less than $480. Everything but "nickel-boron" (which looks strange to me).I couldn't find exactly the sub I was looking for, gen2 .40 Glock so I ordered it . I`m on week 3 and I have spent more than the price of the gun in hardware for it . I hope it comes in soon :/
No , nothing special about it . The only reason I can see its taking so long is because I want it so bad lol . Price was $369 . They had a 9mm sub on the wall but that's not what I shoot .It must be something special. There are plenty of new .40 glock s2k's on GB in a variety of colors (green, blue, black) for less than $480. Everything but "nickel-boron" (which looks strange to me).
Hopefully it shows up soon, I remember people being on waiting lists for 2 years in the early days when they were unicorns.
Well, since it's easy to spend some else's $money$, you should start converting....no ADDING the new caliber to you repertoire. Never ever should we dispose......only add!!! LOL!40 S&W has been my go to defensive handgun round since I bought my first Sub2K and handgun over 10 years ago. And one benefit is that when ammo became scarce after the last 2 elections 40 S&W was the first of the big 3 to begin returning to regular stock when the suppliers finally caught up. I no longer argue that it is better than 9mm with the advancements in hollow point rounds recently, but since over half of my handguns are chambered in it I will be staying with it.