Glock Pistols

 

There are a few traits that seemingly all firearm owners and prospective firearm owners seek when shopping around for a new pistol. Among those traits, safety, reliability and ease-of-use tend to emerge as the most universally desired. So it should come as no surprise that Glock is both the leading global manufacturer of pistols and the standard by which modern pistol manufacturers are compared. Why? Because those are precisely the traits that Glock has built its enduring legacy upon.  No wonder approximately 65 percent of United States law enforcement agencies are armed with Glocks. Not to mention the numerous foreign armed forces, law enforcement agencies and private security firms that trust their lives to the brand daily.

 

It was 1982 when Gaston Glock’s first pistol – the Glock 17 – began production after winning a competition designed to field a new service pistol for the Austrian military. Since then, the company has enjoyed wild success. We here at Keepshooting.com would like our customers to be a part of that success; because if it is good enough for the military and law enforcement agencies, it is good enough for our customers. As such, we have committed to offering the very best pistols within the Glock product line at the lowest prices we possibly can.

 

Our showcase begins with the pistol that started it all – the Glock 17. This full-sized pistol, chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum, boasts all the traits the brand has come to be known for and, like all Glocks, features the “safe action” system – a series of passive, independently operating safeties. It is also the most widely-used law enforcement pistol worldwide. Next up is the Glock 19. Other than its reduced dimensions – which make it highly versatile – the Glock 19 is almost identical to the Glock 17. Finally, we have the Glock 27. This model is a subcompact pistol chambered in .40 S&W, which makes it the perfect choice for those seeking a concealed carry. What are you waiting for? Gain the Glock advantage today!

 
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