For those who are not gun enthusiasts, there is an ongoing debate about whether or not the Glock 19 should be the preferred choice over the Glock 17. No shootings have been reported during the debate, but the debate shows how much people know about their guns and why they own them. It may not be a popular reason for gun advocates, but it is true.
Magazine capacity is one of the most obvious differences, as the standard Glock 17 holds 17 rounds, while the 19 holds only 15. You can upgrade both models to 33 rounds with a high-capacity magazine, but we’re discussing standard purchases here. The 7-round difference can be huge if the person who owns the Glock is not an experienced shooter. There are people who go to the range more than they change their underwear, and these people will argue that 10 rounds is more than enough. But as a matter of self-defense for people who want a gun as their primary personal protection, a larger capacity magazine is a great confidence booster. It’s easier to adhere to the principle of “shoot until they stop” even if your aim isn’t the best.
good to receive a cordial greeting, it is always here the dilemma that causes the problem, my s espewciales foristas allow me to note that does not arise in the discussion which beretta Síno glock 17 I ignore the because they assume immediately that they refer to the 92 which is a series bariada is the 92, 92 f 92 fs 92 fs 92 fs centurion ….
however I will tell you that in my experiences with the beretta 92fs centurion this in addition to very nice, comfortable, reliable and safe is very pressurized, regarding the beloved and favorite of terrorists and criminals “glock” in particular to which they refer to the gloc 17 I only know what I heard in the literature of this and that is 9mm parabelum since I have never had it in my hands I will not give an opinion except that for me it is not reliable.
“I leave you with this little pearl and I believe that once you have checked that the 92 was never mentioned, you will realize that your subconscious is playing a trick on you and that is that you admit the excellence of the beretta, my best regards and I can go on and on but I am not much of a writer.
The Glock 21 is a bridge between new and old, combining a powerful old favorite round with modern pistol technology. The gun not only succeeded in the civilian market but helped a whole new generation of gun owners to use .45 ACP handguns. While some enthusiasts may never get excited about the lightweight polymer frame, there is no doubt that the pistol helped sustain interest in the .45 ACP cartridge, which injected new life into the old cartridge.
The rise of nine-millimeter pistols, precipitated in large part by the Glock 17, hung a question mark over the .45 ACP. With police agencies, gendarmes and armies switching to the nine-millimeter, the cartridge seemed to lack an anchor in government service. U.S. gun users, who previously had to choose between the .45 ACP, .357 Magnum and .38 Special, flocked to the new high-magazine-capable new pistol. The .45 ACP might have floated into the niche. Then, in 1990, Glock introduced the Glock 21: the .45 ACP Glock.
One of the best known features of the GLOCK is the Safe Action Glock automatic safety, which represented the key to the return to the world of semi-automatic pistols in the 20th century. Here are the 3 pillars of the Glock automatic safety:
2. The firing pin safety mechanically locks the firing pin so that it does not move forward in the “ready to fire” condition. When the trigger is pulled rearward, the trigger rod pushes the firing pin safety upward and releases the firing pin channel. If the user decides not to fire and releases the trigger, the firing pin safety automatically re-engages.
3. Drop safety. The trigger rod rests on the safety ramp inside the trigger mechanism frame. The trigger rod engages with the rear of the firing pin and prevents the firing pin from moving forward. When the trigger is pulled “rearward”, the trigger rod moves down the safety ramp and allows the firing pin to be released.