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The G43 is a single stack, 9mm pistol. Focused on the concealed carry market it follows the gen 4 styling with grips. It's ultra-concealable, accurate and fantastic for all shooters regardless of hand size. The beaver tail designs allows for a higher and tighter grip to be obtained in a much faster amount of time.
Length: 6.26 inches
Width: 1.02 inches
Barrel Length: 3.39 inches
Unloaded weight: 17.95 ounces
Trigger Pull: ~5.5 pounds
1988 brought the second generation of GLOCK pistol into production, with a few upgrades and new additions to the lineup. Introduced in 1988 were two new production models, the 19 & 17L (Long Slide). 1990 saw the introduction of the first ever GLOCK .40S&w caliber hand guns, the 22 & 23, and also the 20 in 10MM Auto and 21 in .45ACP. The 24 in 1994, which is a version of the 17L in .40S&W. A .380ACP version of the GLOCK 19 in 1995, but was not released in the U.S. due to ATF requirements. A...
model 17, glock, gen 1,
Glock originally sold knives, and in 1981 introduced the SAS or Safety Action System. Within a year the Glock company had an order for 30,000 of the Model 17's for the Austrian military. You can identify a Gen 1 Glock by the lack of any finger groves with . When you pull the slide back, the barrel will naturally curve up a bit as well.
They also came in a tupperware type container with hole in the middle where the gun could be secured with a cable lock as well.
Came in 9mm