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Accuracy 9
Features 8.9
Compablity 9.3
Brand Value 9.4
Magazine 8.9
Price 9.2

Summary

9.1 tech score Tension killing safety, diamond hard durability, amazing precision and various models make GLOCK the best pistols the market has to offer.

 

Glock Pistols are manufactured by the Austrian weapons manufacturer Glock which was founded by Gaston Glock.

Glock pistols use high-strength polymer materials on their frames. The polymer (Polymer2, a type of synthetic plastic) used in Glock pistols is corrosion resistant that exceeds the specifications of stainless steel.

When metals are exposed to extreme temperatures, they become brittle and prone to break easily. Polymers are immune to this and are tougher than steel, almost approaching the hardness of diamonds.

Another advantage of polymers, besides being hard and corrosion resistant, is that they can be formulated to be lighter than metals.

Glock 17

Glock 17 is a polymer-framed, locked breech, short recoil 9×19 mm Parabellum semi-automatic pistol with a standard magazine capacity of 17 rounds of ammunition. It uses a modified Petter/Browning barrel locking system. The Glock 17 won the stringent weapons trials in the early ’80s and subsequently entered into the Austrian Army service under the designation P80.

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Glock 18

Glock 18 is a variant of the Glock 17 that was designed primarily for the Austrian counter-terrorist unit EKO Cobra. It features a lever-type fire-control selector switch which can make it either a single fire or a continuous fire pistol. It uses an extended 33-round capacity magazine.

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Glock 19

Glock 19 is a compact-size Glock 17produced in 1988 primarily for military and law enforcement agencies. It has a barrel and pistol grip that is shorter by approximately 12 mm (0.5 in) compared to the Glock 17, and it uses a magazine with a standard capacity of 15 rounds of ammunition.

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Glock 20

Glock 20 is a full-size Glock 17(caliber 9mm) redesigned to fire 10mm Auto cartridges. It is 0.27 inches longer than the Glock 17, and Its slide and barrel are heavier to compensate for the size and power of 10mm Auto cartridges.

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Glock 21

Glock 21 is a full-size Glock 17(caliber 9mm) redesigned to fire .45 ACP cartridges. The slide of the Glock 21 is lighter to compensate for the lower-energy .45 ACP cartridge. The standard Glock 21 magazine is of the single-position-feed, staggered-column type with a capacity of 13 rounds.

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Glock 22

Glock 22 is a full-size Glock 17 (caliber 9mm) redesigned to fire .40 S&W cartridges. It is 0.27 inches longer than the Glock 17, and Its slide and barrel are heavier.

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Glock 23

The Glock 23 is a version of the compact Glock 19, and instead of using 9mm for its ammo, it uses .40 S&W cartridges. It is dimensionally identical to the Glock 19 but is slightly heavier and uses a modified slide, frame, and barrel. Its standard magazine capacity is 13 rounds.

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Glock 43

The Glock 43 is a new single stack version 9mm pistol of the Glock , G43 is our new single stack .The G43 is the most highly desired and anticipated release in GLOCK history. Designed to be the supported and back up for both civilian & law enforcement use, this subcompact slimline design is the perfectly balanced answer to your everyday concealed carry needs. It is ultra-concealable, accurate and comfortable for all shooters regardless of hand size.

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