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Introduced in 2010 nearly two decades after the release of the original Glock 17 the G17 Gen 4 is a semi-automatic handgun chambered in 9mm that features an upgraded recoil spring assembly and improved ergonomics as well as a rough-textured frame and checkered grip for positive hold. The grip size of this pistol is slightly smaller than its predecessor the G17 Gen 3 although the modular back strap allows for instant customization and fit for different hand sizes. The enlarged magazine catch of the G17 Gen 4 can quickly and easily be changed to accommodate right- or left-handed shooters while a built-in accessory rail makes for easy customizations.
The GLOCK 17 Gen4 FS in 9x19 adds several enhanced features to the worlds most popular pistol including front cocking serrations steel sights Extended Slide Stop Lever and Extended Magazine Catch. The front cocking serrations provide a different look and an additional tactile surface choice when manipulating the slide. The extended controls make it easier to change magazines and operate the slide. The GLOCK 17 Gen4 FS also includes all of the special Gen4 features shooters love including Modular Back Straps Gen4 rough textured technology on the frame and a dual recoil spring assembly which reduces felt recoil and substantially increases the springs service life. The G17 Gen4 FS 9x19mm pistol also retains the GLOCK accessory rail for accessory attachments. - CaliberSystem 9x19 Safe Action - Length 202 mm 7.95 in. - Width 30.00 mm 1.18 in. - Length Between Sights 165 mm 6.49 in. - Height 138 mm 5.43 in. - Barrel Height 32 mm 1.26 in. - Barrel Length 114 mm 4.48 in. - Weights Unloaded 710 g 25.06 oz. Loaded 910 g 32.12 oz. - Trigger Pull 2.5 kg 5.5 lbs. - Trigger Travel 12.5 mm 0.49 in. - Barrel Rifling right hand hexagonal - Magazine Capacity 17
|Caliber||9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)|
|Barrel Length||4.5 BARREL|
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