New from Glock: The Modular Optic System (VIDEO)

01/20/15 1:59 PM | by

Like every year, Glock had the hottest booth during Range Day at the Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trade Show.

This year Glock released the Modular Optic System, a platform that allows shooters to mount their preferred reflex sights to their pistol for better target acquisition.

The system will be available for Glock Gen 4 models G34, G35 and G41, and a little later a Glock 40 Gen 4 in MOS configuration will be available — a long slide pistol for 10mm lovers.

Modular Optic System

Three Glocks with the Modular Optic System on display during range day at SHOT Show 2015. (Photo: Daniel Terrill)

If that’s how a shooter wants to modify his or her pistol, the MOS platform will surely save shooters a few bucks.

The MOS models include an Adapter Plate Kit containing four adapter plates as well as the tools for the removal and installation for a variety of optics.

The company said the system will ship immediately.

Check out our coverage of SHOT and stay tuned for more throughout the week.

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