Here’s a rundown of the best Glock guns that the manufacturer has to offer.
Glock is one of the most popular firearm brands in the world. They’re used by law enforcement, military and the general public for a wide range of purposes.
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You might be new to the brand, and want to know what models are available. You may have always been curious about the full line up, and yearned to know which ones are better for which purposes.
In either case, here’s a list and short description of the best Glock guns.
The Glock 42 is chambered in .380 AUTO and is considered a slimline, subcompact pistol.
Barrel Length: 3.25”
Weight: 13.8 oz. (unloaded)
Trigger pull: 5.5 lbs.
You can see more about this specific gun here: Gun Review: Glock 42 [VIDEO]
The Glock 17 is calibered for 9×19, and essentially started the synthetic gun movement. This model was the first commercial offer by Glock. It’s 17-round standard magazine allows for increased capacity over many of the older autoloaders.
Barrel Length: 4.48″
Weight: 25.08 oz. (unloaded)
Trigger pull: 5.5 lbs.
Glock Model 20
The Glock model 20 in 10mm is a pistol that is often used for hunting with great success. It is one tough, accurate and reliable hunting handgun. Extended length barrels are also available.
Glock Model 19
The Glock Model 19 in 9mm. This model is a shorter gripped and barreled model compared to the model 17 and was one of the first more compact Glock handguns on the market. It became a go to for undercover police officers and concealed carriers at the time, and continues to have a strong following in the shooting sports world.
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The Glock 27 in .40 Smith and Wesson cartridge is an amazing pistol. Offered in a sub compact size, it allows for the user to carry the potent cartridge in a small concealable size. This pistol is a favorite for members of the concealed carry society and law enforcement. Along with it’s sibling, the Glock 26 in 9mm, this pistol offering will rival accuracy of the larger models.
The Glock 21 was the first model to offer the big .45 acp round in a Glock full sized frame. This big boy has become a favorite duty weapon of many law enforcement agencies and is a great choice for the pistol shooting sports.
The Glock model 22 in .40 Smith and Wesson cartridge has become the holstered side arm for many police departments. The powerful .40 cartridge is used by the F.B.I. and took the law enforcement community by storm, and then the civilian market. This great pistol is both hard hitting and accurate.
The Glock 42, the ultimate in concealable carry. Finally a Glock .380 ACP pistol that is available right here in the U.S.
See more about this gun: Gun Review: Glock 42 [VIDEO]
The Glock 30SF in .45 ACP is a small package that can put the big .45 caliber bullets on target in a hurry. Built to a small size, it’s nice and concealable.
The Glock 18 in 9mm is a semi-automatic to full automatic machine pistol. You heard that correctly, Glock makes a pistol machine gun. This gun has a select fire capability for semi-automatic shooting or full automatic fire. Only available for law enforcement.
The Glock 33 is chambered in a caliber named the .357 Sig. cartridge. The cartridge was originally made to offer .357 Magnum revolver cartridge ballistics in a autoloading pistol format.
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