Locations: Deutsch-Wagram, Austria
First imported into U.S.A. in 1985. Completely manufactured in Austria until 2004 when Glock opened its plant in Georgia to produce polymer frames. Offered in many models, but main differences are caliber, sighting systems, barrel, slide and grip length, and magazine capacity. Common features include a striker-fired action with a consistent DA-only trigger pull, trigger safety within main trigger, no grip or thumb safety, polymer frame with integral grips and steel slide. In 2010, Gen4 (fourth generation) of Glock pistols was introduced. Gen4 features include three interchangeable back-straps, reversible magazine release button, improved recoil spring assembly and rough-textured frame (RTF) to enhance grip traction. As of 2016, all new-production units of the following models had Gen4 features: M17, M19, M20, M21, M22, M23, M26, M27, M29, M30, M31, M32, M33, M34, M35, M37, M40, M41, M42, M43. Add $70 if equipped with Meprolight night sights; $90 if equipped with Trijicon night sights; $30 if equipped with adjustable sights; 10 percent for Gen4 if NIB.
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