Used Glock 19
Used Glock 19. We do have brand new and used Glocks for sale. Many people want to own the best handgun and the best firearm model but can’t afford it. Therefore, We are out here to provide everyone with the opportunity to own a gun. This does not mean we sell old guns out here. All we do is give everyone above the age of 21 years this great opportunity they all want. All our products are in good condition, that’s 9/10 good. Glock 19 is one of the best handguns ever existed, and it is good to carry along wherever you go. 2010, Glock presented the fourth generation pistol, which is easy to carry along.
Buy Glock 19 Gen 3 Online
Glock 19 gen 3. you can get your Glock 19 gen 3 from our online shop by just visiting our website glockfor.sale. Our online customer support makes it easier for all customers to navigate our website. we have the best and affordable Glocks and we offer free delivery to your preferred FFL. We make it easier for all customers to get their orders by providing FFL to those who do not have it. All packages are delivered overnight by DHL to your preferred FFL. Before you place an order, check your state rules on the purchase of firearms so as to avoid issues with delivery.
|Length [overall]||187 mm | 7.36 inches|
|Slide length||174 mm | 6.85 inches|
|Width [overall]||32 mm | 1.26 inches|
|Slide width||25.5 mm | 1.0 inches|
|Height including mag||128 mm | 5.04 inches|
|Line of sight [polymer]||153 mm | 6.02 inches|
|Line of sight [steel]||152 mm | 5.98 inches|
|Line of sight [GNS]||151 mm | 5.94 inches|
|Trigger distance||71.2mm | 2.80 inches for GEN4 and GEN5 models|
Check out the GEN4 and GEN5 technology for medium and large backstraps. Technical data are rounded and do not reflect tolerance- they may be altered without notice! Subject to technical changes
Glock generation history.
In 1986, Glock released the second generation, Glock. With no rail and no finger grooves, it was no-frills by today’s standard. Continuing the forward momentum throughout the decades, Glock released Gen 3 in 1998, Gen 4 in 2009, and Gen 5 in 2017. All three generations are still on the market today.