Cleaning a handgun is absolutely crucial to ensure its proper function. Responsible gun owners will store weapons in a condition that they can be confident of their performance in any situation. But what's to be kept into consideration when maintaining a GLOCK pistol? Below you will find professional instruction on cleaning your GLOCK.
GLOCK USA provides a place for higher handgun education: the GLOCK University. There you'll receive instruction on getting the most from your GLOCK pistol. Famous shooting professionals will teach you the crucial techniques about use, maintenance and safe-keeping.
Today it's Michelle Viscusi's turn to coach you how to clean and maintain a GLOCK pistol to ensure proper function. She is a TEAM GLOCK shooting professional and highly skilled GLOCK ambassador. Despite the fact that Michelle began her competitive shooting at the age of 21, she now competes against the best of the best around the world.
This video has been hidden because of an external service (YouTube) that could potentially collect personal data.Allow video services for the duration of the visitAllow video servicesStop allowing video services
Never forget the basic rules of gun safety
1. Treat all firearms as if they are loaded.
2. Never point the muzzle at anything you are not willing to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target and you are ready to fire.
Lone Wolf Arms, one of the leading manufacturers of aftermarket components for GLOCK pistols, launches the compact 9mm LTD19: in the same size range of the GLOCK 19, it features a Timberwolf polymer frame and a redesigned, lightened slide. Six models are available, with nitride or stainless slide finish and gray or black frame.
The Austrian polymer pioneer GLOCK has already come up with a new, high-performance trio in the three "Full Size", "Compact" and "Subcompact" formats with the fifth generation pistol models G22, G23 and G27. On top of that, the two .40 S&W models G22/G23 Gen5 are also available in the Modular Optic System (MOS) version with a factory-milled slide for micro red dot sights mounting.
The undisputed queen in the world of polymer-framed service pistols, GLOCK from Austria, is reacting ever faster to international trends and market requirements. At the beginning of 2019, the "Slimline" model line was extended by the flat, compact G43X and G48 models, which are now also available in the "Modular Optic System" (MOS) version.
In partnership with Lipsey’s Firearm Distributors, GLOCK offers a limited edition that recreates the 9mm GLOCK P80 model of the 1980s. That is, a Gen1 GLOCK 17 pistol with all the old-style features including single pin frame, pebble wrap-around grip texture, smooth trigger face, original flat extractor and no accessory rail or front slide serrations.
GLOCK has just announced that the Slimline GLOCK 43X and GLOCK 48 are now available in the Modular Optic System (MOS) configuration. These slim 9mm pistol models are ideal for concealed carry, sports shooting and law enforcement and both feature a micro-optic-ready factory-milled slide and a slim rail.
GLOCK pistols are among the most popular handguns in the world. However with the large choice of models it’s not easy to keep track. The main question is: which GLOCK is the right pistol for your needs? Now there is an updated version of the GLOCK Buyer's Guide for 2020. You can download it here: read on to learn more.
The GLOCK Experience Partner Program offers the opportunity to test the current pistol models of the Austrian manufacturer. Read here on all4shooters.com where you can extensively test-fire GLOCK pistols before buying a gun and take a photo of your GLOCK 44 experience for our competition.
The new GLOCK 44 is simply cool. It's the first rimfire pistol from GLOCK – but with the full experience of the brand. Accurate, it shoots affordable ammo and is great to use. You simply want to have it... +++++ UPDATE +++++ There's a new deadline (May 31), and an alternative participation due to shooting range closures because of Covid-19 is also possible. Read on to discover how you can still …
This advertising is hidden because a third party (Revive AdServer) could potentially collect personal data.Show once.Show advertising permanently.Revoke consent