Another 200 rounds went downrange this morning from the Glock 30. It was a flawless display, with not one hiccup for me to report on. Even the hotter .45acp hand loads were handled with aplomb and grace, and the weapon is very easy to control.
It's boring to have nothing to report on but perfection. I've been carrying the pistol every day since it's first range session, and have perhaps 1000 rounds through by now. So far, my one and only complaint is that Crimson Trace does not make a laser for the G-30 SF model yet, and won't even review the idea for at least three months (CT engineers only meets quarterly to discuss new models).
It's a smoothly functioning machine, almost boring in it's predictability and dependability. Exactly what one desires in a defensive weapon.
On another note, today I discovered that my cheapo paper plate targets offer me a training option at the range. If I attach them to the backer with just the very edge of the clothespin, the target falls off after just a few hits. That means I hit it, it falls down, and I move on to the next target which is a royal pain in the behind until I call it a reactive target and shoot it as such.
"Bang bang bang (fall down) transition.. Bang bang bang (fall down)..... he he... impromptu and cheap fun. The other folks in the next bay looked around the berm, saw all the trouble I was having keeping my targets stuck up there, and offered me more clothes pins........