Seen a lot of Glenfields in my life but the number code denoting the model has always confused me. There are Model 30's (I have one with a 1/2 mag) but today I saw a model 30GT whatever that means. The rifle looks real good and clean. Anyone know what the GT means. It could mean ( GOOD TIME, GOOD THING, GO THINK, ETC)
I'll respond to my own post and maybe it will help someone in the future. The GT model has straight stock and 18 1/2 inch bbl . They are supposely hard to find according to my local dealer and freind. He is asking 350.00 dollars for it and I told him he was too high but it is sure a pretty little gun. Oh well.
Horseshoe, they must be because I have never seen one in person. It would make for a real nice packer (Guide Gun) etc.
WORK ON HIM!
I found myself thinking about a sc in 35 at that same price on the net. Being that I cannot hold it and square off w/ the seller....
But a straight stock 18.5 barrel.... I'd find something to sell, beat him up a bit, and then bite the bullet cuz that a COOL handy package.
quot;One of the most noble things you can do is kill the enemy"-Maj. Douglas A. Zembiec
It's a knock off of the Marlin Texan. I call the GT the Glenfield Texan. I have one too.
My 2 cents..
Walk softly, but carry!
I have a Glenfield 30GT.
Bought it at a pawnshop online for 179.99.
Like brand new, never fired.