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Glock Model 17 Gen 1

5/5, 5 from 2 reviews
model 17, glock, gen 1,
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Recent Reviews

  1. fishhunter3
    my most trusted gun
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Aug 15, 2017
    my first glock picked it up in 85, shot tens of thousand of rounds thru this gun, it even spent some time in the late 80's as a 9x21 open pistol shooting major power factor, and that's when it was 175, one of the first optic, comp guns in the area, was later converted back to 9mm production/esp gun, it was used so much I wore out a trigger group and had to buy a complet new trigger group to stop it form doubling, My oldest son moved to Seattle has it now and is using as his home protection gun, it has been one of the best pistols I have ever owned, and now it is used to keep my 3 granddaughters and 2 grandsons safe, of all the guns I could of let him have this is the one I trusted the most
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  2. Chris
    My first glock
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Jul 21, 2017
    This was my first glock! I love it!
    Better than a 1911 ever dreamed to be! It's highly customizable and trusted by the police...nuff said.

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Recent Questions

  1. Chris
    Where does the ammo go? Does it go in the magazine? What kind of ammo can I use for the 9mm? Does anyone shoot hollowpoints?

Item Details

  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

    Glock pistols were approved by BATF for import to USA in 1986. Gen 1 production continued until 1989.

    This version is a collectors piece to some.
    MAGICMANIA, LarryNC and Claypool like this.

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