GLOCK G41 GEN 4 MOS
GLOCK G41 GEN 4 MOS
GLOCK G41 GEN 4 MOS
GLOCK G41 GEN 4 MOS

GLOCK G41 GEN 4 MOS

SKU UG4130101MOS

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Product Information & Specs

A competition and tactical semi-automatic handgun chambered in 45 ACP the Glock G41 was designed to maximize sight radius and improve weight distribution and balance while the longer barrel and slide help to reduce muzzle rise and felt recoil. This polymer-framed pistol features white dot front and adjustable rear sights Glocks Safe Action System a cold hammer-forged barrel and nitrite treatment finishing. The G41 is also available in a MOS configuration.

Details

The GLOCK 41 Gen4 is a practicaltactical .45 AUTO caliber pistol designed with the superior engineering of GLOCK to maximize sight radius while improving weight distribution and balance. The longer barrel and slide help to reduce muzzle flip and felt recoil while the longer sight radius provides better accuracy for competition or duty use. Also available in MOS configuration. - Caliber 45ACP - Length 226 mm 8.90 in. - Width 32.5 mm 1.28 in. - Length Between Sights 192 mm 7.56 in. - Height139 mm 5.47 in. - Barrel Height na - Barrel Length135 mm 5.31 in. - Weights Unloaded 765 g 27 oz. Loaded 1020 g 36 oz. - Trigger Pull 25 N 5.5 lbs. - Trigger Travel 12.5 mm 0.49 in. - Barrel Rifling right hand octagonal - Length of Twist 400 mm 15.75 in. - Magazine Capacity 10

UPC 764503913853
Caliber 45 ACP
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 10+1 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 5.3 BARREL
Weight 3.3













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