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The Glock G23 Gen 4 is a polymer framed pistol with a built in accessory rail. Featuring interchangeable back straps the grip of the G23 Gen 4 is stippled to reduce slippage while also having finger groves and thumb rests to aid in this effort. Chambered in 40 SW the G23 Gen 4 has a 131 capacity as well as a reversible magazine catch. With a barrel length of 4 the Glock G23 Gen 4 weighs just 31.06 ounces when loaded. This gun is built to allow you to seek both comfort and dependability of use.
The GLOCK 23 Gen4 in .40 introduces revolutionary design changes to the pistol that combines compact dimensions for both open and concealed carry with minimum weight-despite its large magazine capacity. The Modular Back Strap design lets you instantly customize its grip to adapt to an individual shooters hand size. The surface of the frame employs the new scientifically designed real-world-tested Gen4 rough textured technology. Internally the new GLOCK dual recoil spring assembly substantially increases the life of the system. A reversible magazine catch changeable in seconds accommodates left or right-handed operators. The G23 Gen4 in .40 caliber retains the GLOCK accessory rail for your attachments. - Length 185 mm 7.28 in. - Width 30.00 mm 1.18 in. - Length Between Sights 153 mm 6.02 in. - Height 127 mm 4.99 in. - Barrel Height 32 mm 1.26 in. - Barrel Length 102 mm 4.01 in. - Weights Unloaded 670 g 23.65 oz.-Loaded 888 g 31.06 oz. - Trigger Pull 2.5 kg 5.5 lbs. - Trigger Travel 12.5 mm 0.49 in. - Barrel Rifling right hand hexagonal - Length of Twist 250 mm 9.84 in. - Magazine Capacity Standard 13 Optional 101522
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