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The new Glock 19x Academy provides in-depth information about the Glock 19, the newest version of the wildly popular Glock 19 series of handguns. The Glock 19x Academy offers extensive tutorials and interactive lessons to help you learn more about this latest addition to the iconic Glock handgun line. Sign up now and take advantage of our special offer, which includes both the Academy membership and one of our excellent handguns at no extra cost!Glock 9mm
The Glock 19, a 9mm handgun, was first manufactured in 1988 by Glock Ges.m.b.H., located in Deutsch-Wagram, Austria. It is one of Glock’s most popular models, with over 5 million sold worldwide as of 2010. It has been adopted for use by various law enforcement agencies and militaries around the world, and it is also popular among civilians for self-defense and recreational shooting. Glock designed the Glock 19 to be compact but powerful, making it an ideal concealed carry weapon. This model comes equipped with three magazines: two standard capacity magazines that hold 15 rounds each and one extended magazine that holds 17 rounds. There are no factory or aftermarket options available for purchasing additional Glock 19 magazines at present. Some retailers offer high-capacity Glock 19 magazines, but these are not genuine Glock products and should not be purchased or used on a Glock 19 without consulting your gunsmith or other professional. Glock does not make any extended magazine options available because they do not consider it safe to load a pistol beyond its maximum rated capacity.Glock 9mm
• Caliber: 9×19 mm Luger/Para• System: Safe Action• Capacity: 15/17 (G19) / 10/13 (G19C) cartridges• Barrel length: 4.01 inches (102 mm)• Length (overall): 7.32 inches (185 mm)• Width: 1.18 inches (30 mm)• Height with magazine: 5.47 inches (138 mm)• Weight with empty magazine: 22.64 ounces (640 g) • Muzzle velocity: 1135 ft/s (345 m/s)The Glock 19 is a 9mm semi-automatic pistol designed and produced by Glock Ges.m.b.H., located in Deutsch-Wagram, Austria. It entered Austrian military and police service by 1982 after it was the top performer on an exhaustive series of reliability and safety tests. Despite initial resistance from American law enforcement agencies, due to its polymer frame, it has since been adopted as their service pistol as well. In addition, private security firms and bodyguards have embraced the Glock because of its high stopping power, light weight, and low recoil. The Glock 19 is very similar to other Glock pistols chambered for 9×19mm Parabellum such as the Glock 17; however, it includes several features that differentiate it from most other models.
The Glock 19 comes with an array of safety features, including several that you won’t find on other handguns. There’s a loading indicator, which is an integrated component in front of and behind the chamber that shows when a round is in place and when it isn’t—and it works whether or not there’s a magazine inserted. There’s also a trigger safety and firing pin block, which prevent accidental discharges by ensuring that you can only fire if your finger is in proper position. And lastly, there are two drop safeties: one at the trigger level and another at the rear of the frame. These safeties ensure that if your gun falls from your hand or off any surface (for example, onto concrete), it will not discharge. All these safety features help make Glock pistols some of the safest available. But even with all these precautions, never point your Glock pistol at anything you don’t intend to shoot; remember that every Glock pistol is always loaded. Never carry a Glock pistol without first racking back its slide to visually confirm its unloaded status; for added assurance, lock open its action and remove its magazine before stowing it away in your vehicle or anywhere else.
The Glock 19 is one of Glock’s most popular handguns and has a long history of being a staple in law enforcement, military and civilian use. The handgun features a slim design, so handling it with both hands makes for a stable stance when firing and also comes equipped with front and rear serrations on its barrel, which helps with grip while firing. One notable feature of all Glock models is that they’re extremely easy to take apart — if you want to clean or repair them yourself. To do so, first remove your magazine, clear your weapon and ensure it’s unloaded. Then follow these steps: 1) Pull down on your trigger guard until it clicks; 2) Grasp your slide firmly and pull backwards; 3) While holding onto your slide, move forward slightly; 4) Lift up slightly on your extractor until you hear a click; 5) Remove your slide from your frame by pulling back; 6) Remove any parts left inside by lifting out each part individually. Once you have cleaned your Glock 19, be sure to put everything back together correctly. You can refer to an online video or manual for step-by-step instructions.
History of the Glock 19
The Glock 19 (G19) is a 9mm semi-automatic pistol designed and produced by Austrian manufacturer Glock Ges.m.b.H.. It was developed in 1988 as a replacement for Glock’s first pistol, the Glock 17, which was originally designed to use 9×19mm Parabellum cartridges only. In addition to 9×19mm Parabellum, it can also be used with .40 S&W and .357 SIG ammunition. The Glock 19 has been offered in many different variants: standard, carry, compact, competition, subcompact and two different special duty versions. In 1982 Gaston Glock overheard a potential customer complain about how his fingers felt numb when firing a handgun due to its small grip. This gave him the idea of making a gun with a larger grip that would fit a shooter’s hand better. In 1983 Glock presented an initial prototype of what would become the Glock 19 to Günter von Tschurtschenthaler at the European Pistol Championship held in Lucerne Switzerland. He convinced Glock to produce a few hundred of these pistols for test purposes, which were given to shooters at the competition. The positive feedback from these trial runs led to Glock introducing the model commercially as the Glock 19 later that year.Glock 9mm
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The Glock 9mm pistol is one of our favorite handguns. It’s so much fun to shoot and easy to use. This popular handgun can be used for target shooting, self-defense, law enforcement, and of course home defense. The next time you’re out on a range you should visit Glock’s academy where they have Glock pistols and accessories for sale online so that you can learn more about using guns. They even have inflatable targets so that you can practice shooting them.Glock 9mm