ATEi A9 G19 Gen 4 Glocks back in stock at ATEi (PHOTOS)

ATEi’s A9 G19 Gen 4 Glock provides consumers with a “turnkey” Glock ready to roll right out of the box. (Photo: ATEi)

ATEi kicks off late summer by announcing that its A9 G19 Gen 4 Glock is back in stock, but in limited quantities.

The ATEi A9 Gen 4 Glock first appeared in 2017, looking to meet the niche market of gun owners not satisfied with stock guns. The A9 takes a “turnkey” approach to the Glock 19, offering consumers a fighting pistol right out of the box.

The A9 boasts upgraded features, designed to enhance concealed carry with the Gen 4 G19. Features include full top serrations and enhanced side serrations, 360-degree medium textured stippling, finger groove removal, trigger guard undercut and Nitride black finish. Additionally, ATEi offers optional Trijicon sights and/or an optional Overwatch Trigger.

The A9 G19 also boasts full top serrations as well as side serrations. (Photo: ATEi)

The ATEi A9 stands as an option for consumers looking for a Glock upgrade, but who don’t want to send their pistol in and endure a long wait for custom work. ATEi says quantities are limited, so interested gun owners should grab up the A9 before they’re all gone.

The ATEi A9 G19 Gen 4 is available through ATEi, retailing for $1,147.

The gun features a Nitride finish and optional Trijicon sights. (Photo: ATEi)

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