Glock to give away custom engraved G43 to celebrate the millionth made

Celebrating Glock's millionth G43 is a special variant with hand engraving by Rob Bunting. (Photo: Glock)

Celebrating Glock’s millionth G43 is a special variant with hand engraving by Rob Bunting. (Photo: Glock)

In honor of making one million Glock 43s, the company has set up a social media-based contest this week to award a special custom version of the popular single-stack 9mm.

Since its debut in 2015 at the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting in Nashville, Glock has found the ultra-concealable 6+1 capacity G43 to be a hit with production pushing past the seven-figure mark in the intervening triennium to keep up with demand. To celebrate, the company kicked off their interactive #IamGlock event on Monday, set to run for a week, with the prize being a custom hand-engraved model crafted by Rob Bunting.

“Glock customers are at the heart of everything that we do and this campaign celebrates the Glock family that has made one million Glock 43 pistols in only three years possible,” said Glock VP Josh Dorsey.

For a chance to take the one-of-a-kind G43 home, Glock fans have to post a photo demonstrating what “Glock means to you” using the #IamGlock hashtag on Instagram or Twitter or stop by the company’s booth at this year’s NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas and have their picture taken. Those who choose the latter will become part of Glock’s live picture mosaic creation encapsulating the event.

The promo runs through May 6 at 1 pm EST. Full rules can be read here.

Read More On:

Latest Reviews

Loading