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Glock 17 Gen 3 for sale online at, the world’s largest gun auction site. Glock 17 Gen 3 All Black 9mm sale.

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Glock 17 Gen 3 History

When you buy a Glock 17, you’re also buying more than 50 years of service behind it.

The company was founded by Austrian engineer Gaston Glock in 1963. The company originally produced steel and plastic parts, and Glock didn’t design his first firearm until after his 50th birthday. What Glock lacked in ballistics experience he made up for with his expertise in synthetic polymers, helping create the world’s first successful line of pistols with a nonmetal, polymer frame.

The company opened its first U.S. subsidiary in 1985, despite initial resistance about its “plastic guns.” The Glock 17 contributes to this legacy, helping substantiate the company’s claim as the most popular line of pistols for law enforcement agencies in America.

Get to know the Glock 17

The Glock 17, designed for professional law enforcement, according to the manufacturer, is a 9×19 mm auto pistol. Glock claims it is the most widely use law enforcement pistol worldwide.

The gun is 8.03 inches long, 5.43 inches tall and 1.18 inches wide. The Glock 17 weighs 32.12 ounces when loaded and 25.06 when unloaded. The barrel is 1.26 inches in height and 4.48 inches long, extending 6.49 inches between sights. The barrel rifling is right-handed and hexagonal with a 9.84-inch twist. The trigger takes about 5.5 pounds of pressure to depress and it travels about .49 inches. Standard magazine capacity is 17 rounds.