GLOCK G17

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Named because it was the 17th patent procured by Glock, the G17 – also known simply as the Glock 17 – is a semi-automatic handgun that was first introduced in 1982 as the new service pistol for the Austrian military, and within a decade, the G17 found popularity in more than 45 other countries. This full-size pistol is chambered 9mm and offers a vertical barrel tilt, as well as a standard 17+1 capacity and a detachable box magazine. The Glock 17 also features tool-free take-down for easy maintenance. Glock went on to produce four additional generations of the G17 with each generation adding upgrades and improvements on the last.

• Full-size
• 9mm
• 17+1 capacity
• Vertical barrel tilt

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