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    new Glocks placed on CA "approved list"

    Noticed there has not been a thread about this...

    CA DOJ maintains a list of handguns that are approved for sale to the public in CA.

    On 12-30-2008, CA DOJ placed three new Glock models on the "approved list".

    Glock 20SF
    Glock 22RTF2
    Glock 29SF

    This confirms that the Glock 20SF and 29SF will be released soon.
    As well, as the RTF Glocks.

    RTF = Rough Textured Frame = 4th gen Glock frame
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    This confirms that the Glock 20SF and 29SF will be released soon.
    Can't be soon enough...

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    How much did glock have to pay them for approval?

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    Well I'm glad California has deemed that the gripier glock is safe for it's consumers. Good thing they are there to protect them. On a side note, I really hope glock does something interesting soon rather then just producing different flavors of the same pistol over and over again.


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    Glock probably didn't pay all that much for putting these 'new' pistols on 'the list' as they found, and are using, an exemption. Now if they release a different design or if they want to import the SF models with an ambi mag release or the picatinny rail, they'd have to submit them with a Loaded Chamber Indicator that's more conspicuous and a Magazine Disconnect... and Glock doesn't want to have to do that just for the California market.

    California hasn't deemed that the G22RTF2 is "not unsafe", they determined earlier that the G22 is "not unsafe" and this new model is not actually a new design...
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