A lot of people don't realize that the 1st Gen was so limited and call the Gen2s Gen1 because it was the first generation of that model. It can get confusing, and not just with Glocks!Then I guess I technally should've called it the "first interation" of the g21
One day, if you study hard, you too can be a Glock Master!Still going to school here. Thanks guys...
For Gen4 you can also just look for the backstraps. It's obvious, even if there isn't one installed.It has the finger grooves but the texture doesn't match the sides. That's easiest way to tell Gen3. Gen2 didn't have FGR (finger groove rails). If its Gen4 but you can't see the left side of the slide look for the FGR and the side texture to match the same texture in the grooves.
I think we should use more of a belt system...eventually you can achieve a 3rd degree blackbelt in Glock-Fu!You think we can apply all this schooling we get in here toward a Bachelor's Degree of some sort?