Good morning, my name is Pete and I am an unapologetic GLOCK fan. I also have to admit that I recently purchased a LNIB Gen4 GLOCK 23. Do I think that .40 S&W is making a comeback? No way. But options are always nice. On a related topic, the Gen5 GLOCK G22, G23 and G27 have officially landed on the GLOCK website. The main goal is to furnish police departments with fifth generation goodness, even if they are clinging to a forgotten cartridge.
With the current state of the guns and ammo market, finding one of these new pistols for sale is going to be a challenge. If you do see one in the wild, I’d like to know about it so drop me an email.
GLOCK @ TFB:
40 Cal Comeback? Gen5 GLOCK G22, G23 And G27 Have Arrived
The 40 S&W caliber closes the gap between the .45 Auto calibers and the 9×19 service calibers. The G22 is now available with Gen5 technologies including the nDLC finish, a flared mag-well, the enhanced GLOCK Marksman barrel (GMB) for increased accuracy, and an ambidextrous slide stop lever.
GLOCK’s compact 40 S&W, now features the latest Gen5 technologies including the nDLC finish, a flared mag-well, enhanced GLOCK Marksman barrel (GMB) for increased accuracy, and an ambidextrous slide stop lever.
With the release of the GLOCK 27 Gen5 in 40 S&W the Gen5 family gets a new member. The innovative Gen5 design changes are added to this small, light, accurate and powerful pistol that so many U.S. law enforcement agencies have chosen as their official backup weapon.
By applying the Gen5 technology this model comes with nDLC finish, a flared mag-well, the proven GLOCK Marksman barrel (GMB) and an ambidextrous slide stop lever.
Adjustable like the Gen4 model the subcompact frame of the G27 Gen5 features the modular backstrap and beavertail system (MBS) and comes with a reversible magazine catch to accommodate left and right-handed operators.
Note: The slide width of the 40 S&W Gen5 models is slightly bigger compared to the previous generation. Please consider when choosing your holster.
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