More on Glock's 'all new hit single'

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Glock’s gearing up for a major unveil. (Photo: Glock)

Glock is ramping up the campaign teasing its upcoming product with a short message: get ready for Glock’s “all new single,” due Spring of this year.

It wouldn’t be much of a jump to conclude that they are prepping a single-stack pistol — could it be a 9mm for concealed-carry?

We’ll all know soon enough. If it is a single-stack 9mm, it will be hands-down one of the most-recommended guns for everyday carry. Demand for single-stack nines is showing no signs of slowing down.

Glock is expected to launch this new product at the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting next month in Nashville, Tenn.

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