Buy new and used GLOCK handguns online from Guns.com. Our inventory includes the popular G17, G18, G19, G20, G21, G22, G23, G26, G27, G29, G30, and G43. These pistols are available in a wide range of sizes and calibers, with numerous options and price points.
Made to meet the extraordinary demands of military and law enforcement, GLOCK handguns are known for their high-quality construction and durability. Over 65% of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies across the United States have adopted GLOCK as their official sidearm.
More than three decades ago, GLOCK revolutionized the gun industry with the polymer-framed G17. It was created when the Austrian Armed Forces sought a company to manufacture a new service pistol to replace the World War II-era Walther P38. The G17 was aptly named for the list of 17 criteria the Austrian military required of their new sidearm.
After relocating their headquarters to Smyrna, Georgia, GLOCK continued to manufacture pistols while adding to their product line with innovative designs, more calibers, and additional options. All of this has been accomplished while holding steadfast to Gaston Glock's idea that reliability comes from simplicity.
GLOCK is dedicated to continually improving the design, engineering, and manufacturing of their products while keeping to its mission to provide safe and reliable pistols that are easy to use with a price that is affordable. Today the company's name remains synonymous with quality and durability, while GLOCK handguns remain the choice for millions of people.
With numerous sizes, styles, and calibers, GLOCK offers over 50 different handguns, encompassing a wide range of needs. The company designs and engineers models based on customer feedback and continually strives to move forward in their pursuit for perfection.
Some of the most popular GLOCK handguns include the G43, G30, G42, G22, and the G21, most of which are available in different generations with various features.
The best-selling G43 is a slim-line semi-automatic pistol that is suitable for concealed carry. Chambered in 9mm with a 6+1 capacity and a single stack magazine, it features a beavertail grip and has a loaded weight of less than 1.5 pounds. Like all GLOCK handguns, the G43 is made with a polymer frame and features their patented SAFE SYSTEM.
Chambered in 45 ACP, the G30 offers serious firepower in a compact, concealable package. It features an aggressively checkered grip with finger grooves and interchangeable backstraps, all of which contribute to greater comfort and more positive hold.
The G42 was designed in response to consumer requests. This American-made pistol is highly concealable, chambered in 380 ACP with a 6-round capacity, and utilizes a single stack magazine. Loaded, it weighs just over a pound and can easily be carried as a pocket gun.
The most commonly used duty weapon for law enforcement, the G22 is chambered in 40 S&W and offers a 15+1 capacity. It features a built-in accessory rail and reversible magazine catch, as well as a stippled grip with finger grooves and interchangeable backstraps.
The G21 is a lightweight yet powerful full-size pistol chambered in 45 ACP. It features rough textured technology for added durability, as well as an enlarged and reversible magazine catch. The G21 also offers interchangeable backstraps to adjust the grip for all hand sizes easily.
Although they are known for their high-quality and durable construction, GLOCK handguns can be surprisingly affordable.
Many can be purchased new for under $500, while some models may sell for several thousand dollars. Guns.com offers a large used gun inventory where previously owned GLOCK handguns can be purchased for prices starting at just $300.
Our customers can buy with confidence knowing every Certified Used Gun we sell has been individually curated and carefully inspected by one of our gun experts.
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