GLOCK 45 FS GEN 5 BLUE LABEL PROGRAM

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GLOCK 45 FS GEN 5 BLUE LABEL PROGRAM

GLOCK Safe Action® Pistols
G45 Gen5 FS

The Compact Crossover pistol G45 in 9x19mm combines a compact slide with a full size frame and has all the benefits of a Gen5 model. Utilizing the design and engineering GLOCK developed for its military pistols (G19X), combined with Operator and worldwide Law Enforcement specifications. Glock for Sale, Buy Glock, Glock 45 for sale, Glock Shop

Caliber – 9 x 19
Mag. Capacity Standard – 17
BBL 4.02
Weight loaded 30.34

nDLC finish for barrel and slide
Ambidextrous Slide Stop Lever
Flared mag-well
GLOCK Marksman Barrel
VERSATILITY Removal of the finger grooves on the grip
GLOCK Gen5 Magazine
No locking pin
De-horned slide nose
enhanced trigger spring assembly
enhanced magazing floorplate
orange magazine follower
Redesigned firing pin & firing pin safety
Scallop cut in front of frame grip
modified trigger bar
new extractor
reinforced front side rails

TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE
nDLC finish for barrel and slide
GLOCK‘s nDLC provides tougher, more durable protection than previously used finish. The nDLC finish is exclusive to the GLOCK manufacturing process. The nDLC finish increases protection against corrosion and scratching and improves the ability of the pistol to function in degreased or adverse conditions. The nDLC finish will be exclusive to Gen5 pistols at this time.

Ambidextrous Slide Stop

 

The G45 is designed with the GLOCK perfection promise in mind, including the Safe Action System and torture-testing that has made GLOCK a name synonymous with innovation and dependability.
The G45 has a smoother trigger pull, improved frame texturing for better handling, a reversible magazine catch, ambidextrous slide stop lever, the Modular Backstrap System (MBS) for individual adjustment, and the exceptionally accurate, match-grade GLOCK Marksman Barrel (GMB). The front serrations on both sides of the G45 are precisely machined forward of the ejection port.
The G45 is designed with the GLOCK perfection promise in mind, including the Safe Action System and torture-testing that has made GLOCK a name synonymous with innovation and dependability.
The G45 has a smoother trigger pull, improved frame texturing for better handling, a reversible magazine catch, ambidextrous slide stop lever, the Modular Backstrap System (MBS) for individual adjustment, and the exceptionally accurate, match-grade GLOCK Marksman Barrel (GMB). The front serrations on both sides of the G45 are precisely machined forward of the ejection port.
The GLOCK Compact Crossover Pistol Model G45 will be unveiled at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference on October 5th, and will be available on dealer shelves on October 5th.
GLOCK is a world-renowned firearms manufacturer. GLOCK’s polymer-based pistols transformed the firearms market with their simple, safe design, making GLOCK pistols a favorite of military and law enforcement agencies around the world, as well as pistol owners. GLOCK is celebrating its 32nd anniversary in the United States this year. GLOCK pistols are known for their three safeties, which give users of all lifestyles peace of mind. The headquarters of GLOCK, Inc. are in Smyrna, Georgia. For more information, go here.

GLOCK Safe Action® Pistols
G45 Gen5 FS

The Compact Crossover pistol G45 in 9x19mm combines a compact slide with a full size frame and has all the benefits of a Gen5 model. Utilizing the design and engineering GLOCK developed for its military pistols (G19X), combined with Operator and worldwide Law Enforcement specifications.

Caliber – 9 x 19
Mag. Capacity Standard – 17
BBL 4.02
Weight loaded 30.34

nDLC finish for barrel and slide
Ambidextrous Slide Stop Lever
Flared mag-well
GLOCK Marksman Barrel
VERSATILITY Removal of the finger grooves on the grip
GLOCK Gen5 Magazine
No locking pin
De-horned slide nose
enhanced trigger spring assembly
enhanced magazing floorplate
orange magazine follower
Redesigned firing pin & firing pin safety
Scallop cut in front of frame grip
modified trigger bar
new extractor
reinforced front side rails

 

 

GLOCK 45 FS GEN 5 BLUE LABEL PROGRAM

GLOCK Safe Action® Pistols
G45 Gen5 FS

The Compact Crossover pistol G45 in 9x19mm combines a compact slide with a full size frame and has all the benefits of a Gen5 model. Utilizing the design and engineering GLOCK developed for its military pistols (G19X), combined with Operator and worldwide Law Enforcement specifications. Glock for Sale, Buy Glock, Glock 45 for sale, Glock Shop

Caliber – 9 x 19
Mag. Capacity Standard – 17
BBL 4.02
Weight loaded 30.34

nDLC finish for barrel and slide
Ambidextrous Slide Stop Lever
Flared mag-well
GLOCK Marksman Barrel
VERSATILITY Removal of the finger grooves on the grip
GLOCK Gen5 Magazine
No locking pin
De-horned slide nose
enhanced trigger spring assembly
enhanced magazing floorplate
orange magazine follower
Redesigned firing pin & firing pin safety
Scallop cut in front of frame grip
modified trigger bar
new extractor
reinforced front side rails

TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE
nDLC finish for barrel and slide
GLOCK‘s nDLC provides tougher, more durable protection than previously used finish. The nDLC finish is exclusive to the GLOCK manufacturing process. The nDLC finish increases protection against corrosion and scratching and improves the ability of the pistol to function in degreased or adverse conditions. The nDLC finish will be exclusive to Gen5 pistols at this time.

Ambidextrous Slide Stop

The G45 is designed with the GLOCK perfection promise in mind, including the Safe Action System and torture-testing that has made GLOCK a name synonymous with innovation and dependability.
The G45 has a smoother trigger pull, improved frame texturing for better handling, a reversible magazine catch, ambidextrous slide stop lever, the Modular Backstrap System (MBS) for individual adjustment, and the exceptionally accurate, match-grade GLOCK Marksman Barrel (GMB). The front serrations on both sides of the G45 are precisely machined forward of the ejection port.
The G45 is designed with the GLOCK perfection promise in mind, including the Safe Action System and torture-testing that has made GLOCK a name synonymous with innovation and dependability.
The G45 has a smoother trigger pull, improved frame texturing for better handling, a reversible magazine catch, ambidextrous slide stop lever, the Modular Backstrap System (MBS) for individual adjustment, and the exceptionally accurate, match-grade GLOCK Marksman Barrel (GMB). The front serrations on both sides of the G45 are precisely machined forward of the ejection port.
The GLOCK Compact Crossover Pistol Model G45 will be unveiled at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference on October 5th, and will be available on dealer shelves on October 5th.
GLOCK is a world-renowned firearms manufacturer. GLOCK’s polymer-based pistols transformed the firearms market with their simple, safe design, making GLOCK pistols a favorite of military and law enforcement agencies around the world, as well as pistol owners. GLOCK is celebrating its 32nd anniversary in the United States this year. GLOCK pistols are known for their three safeties, which give users of all lifestyles peace of mind. The headquarters of GLOCK, Inc. are in Smyrna, Georgia. For more information, go here.
Glock is a brand of polymer-framed, short recoil-operated, locked-breech semi-automatic pistols invented and manufactured by Glock Ges.m.b.H. in Austria. By 1982, the pistol had been accepted into Austrian military and police service as the best performer in reliability and safety tests.
Glock pistols have been provided to national armed forces, security agencies, and police forces in at least 48 nations, making them the company’s most profitable line of products. Glocks are also popular among civilians for leisure and competition shooting, as well as home and self-defense, and can be carried covertly or openly. The Glock 19 was the most popular pistol in 2020.
At the time their first pistol, the Glock 17, was being prototyped, the company’s founder, head engineer Gaston Glock, had no experience with weapons design or manufacture. Glock has a lot of experience with innovative synthetic polymers, which helped the business build the first commercially successful series of polymer-framed pistols. [10] Ferritic nitrocarburizing was introduced into the weapons industry by Glock as an anticorrosion surface treatment for metal gun parts.
The Austrian Armed Forces stated in 1980 that they would be seeking tenders for a new, modern duty pistol to replace its Walther P38 handguns from World War II.
The Austrian Federal Ministry of Defense devised a list of 17 requirements for the new generation service pistol, including the need for it to be self-loading, fire the NATO-standard 919 mm Parabellum round, have magazines that do not require assistance to load, and be secure against accidental discharge from shock, strike, and a drop from a height of 2 m (6 ft 7 in) onto a steel plate.  The pistol was to be tested for wear after firing 15,000 rounds of standard ammo. The handgun was then to be used to discharge a 5,000 bar overpressure test cartridge (500 MPa; 73,000 psi). [doubtful – debate] The 9mm NATO’s usual maximum operating pressure (Pmax) is 2,520 bar (252 MPa; 36,500 psi).
When Glock learned of the Austrian Army’s plans, he gathered a group of Europe’s top handgun experts from military, police, and civilian sport-shooting circles in 1982 to describe the most desirable attributes in a battle pistol. Glock created a functioning prototype in three months, combining proven systems and features from prior pistol designs. In addition, synthetic materials and current production processes were extensively used, resulting in the Glock 17 becoming a cost-effective contender.
In early 1982, several samples of the Glock 17 (so named because it was the company’s 17th patent) were submitted for evaluation, and after clearing all of the rigorous endurance and abuse tests, the Glock was declared the winner.
The P80 (Pistole 80) was brought into service with the Austrian military and police forces in 1982, with a first order of 25,000 weapons.
The Glock 17 outperformed eight different pistols from five well-known brands (Heckler & Koch of Germany offered their P7M8, P7M13, and P9S, SIG Sauer of Switzerland bid with their P220 and P226 models, Beretta of Italy submitted their model 92SB-F, FN Herstal of Belgium proposed an updated variant of the Browning Hi-Power, and the Austrian Steyr Mannlicher entered the competition with the GB).

 

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