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Glock

  1. Glock 43

    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. Caliber: 9mm Length: 6.26 inches Width: 1.02 inches Barrel Length: 3.39 inches Unloaded weight: 17.95 ounces Loaded weight: 22.36 ounces Trigger Pull: ~5.5 pounds Magazine...
  2. Glock 19

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    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...
  3. Glock Model 17 Gen 1

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    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 Glock pistols...
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