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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by 3/4Flap, Jun 1, 2011.
Maybe for the Italian market?
neg. they made the .380 for markets that can't have 9mm.
as far as i know, these are the glock calibers so far
.380, 9mm, .40, .45, .357, .45gap, 10mm
the .380 guns are the same size as the 19 and 26 except they are blow back operated.
there were 3 9x21 Glock 17 pistols made.
Italian 34SC 9x21
Seriously, "3" 9x21's? Or 3 models?
Reason I ask is that it would seem the 9x21 would be a "common" offer by next-door-neighbor Österreich for the Eyeties.
Anyway, curious no 7.65 Para Glocks.
I want one...with a 6" barrel, or maybe just the barrel, for my G17.
By the way, neat gun Glock Coma. How'd you come by a 9x21 in Texas?
Perhaps the rarest of all Glocks is the 9X21 G19. Three special agents of the US Naval Investigative Service were being stationed in Italy with some work being done incognito. Since it is illegal for civilians to carry standard 9mm (9X19) weapons, Glock produced 3 model 19s chambered for the 9X21 cartridge. The pistols are marked with the new caliber on the frame and barrel and have serial numbers EN260US, EN261US and EN262US.
I think every else's is probably aftermarket barrels.
Just think of the dough Gaston could roll in if He decided to produce a Tok.
Go slap them into sanity.
I agree. The 7.62x25 is my favorite field cartridge bar none.
A 7.65 Parabellum Glock w/ 6" barrel would get me nearly 1400 fps or a bit more. That would be very nice.
Or...a 20SF size 7.62x25 with 18-20 round magazine and 1550-1600 fps...