- How long will a Glock 19 last?
- Why is the Glock 19 so popular?
- What is better than a Glock 19?
- Do Navy SEALs use Glock 19?
- What’s wrong with Glocks?
- How much should you pay for a Glock 19?
- Is the Glock 19 really that good?
- What generation Glock 19 is the best?
- Is a Glock 19 safe to carry loaded?
- Should I buy a Glock 19 or 17?
- Why you shouldn’t buy a Glock?
- Will a Glock fire if dropped?
How long will a Glock 19 last?
With that in mind, how long can you expect yours to last, and what are some tips to make sure it grows old with you.
A fellow firearms trainer of mine, Warren Breckenridge, has a GEN2 Glock 19 that has seen well over 40,000 rounds without anything other than (semi) regular cleaning..
Why is the Glock 19 so popular?
Small enough for EDC but functional enough to be as a full-fledged service and self-defense pistol, the Glock 19 is the quintessential “goldilocks gun”– a versatile, compact, and highly moddable firearm made to appeal to almost any consumer and a wide range of law enforcement customers.
What is better than a Glock 19?
The M&P Shield 2.0 Compact is the latest offering by Smith & Wesson in the high-capacity nine-millimeter market. Like the Glock, the 2.0 Compact is a polymer framed, striker fired pistol with a metal slide.
Do Navy SEALs use Glock 19?
Navy SEALs chose Glock 19 as the replacement for their favorite Sig Sauer P226. The decision was made in 2016 and so far, the Glock 19 was introduced as the new service weapons of the SEAL Teams.
What’s wrong with Glocks?
But probably the two main issues are: the Polymer receiver (most are used to steel and live/die by it) and the lack of external safety (Glocks have internal safeties-solution is to KEEP your finger off the trigger until you’re ready to shoot).
How much should you pay for a Glock 19?
Anywhere between $350 for a well-used Gen2 with no/dim night sights and one or two mags and $650 for a NIB Gen4 with night sights and 3 mags. If your heart is set on a new one, post-transfer/tax price should be between $525 and $550 with no night sights and about $600-$650 for a model with night sights.
Is the Glock 19 really that good?
The Glock 19 Gen 5 makes some great improvements over the last generations. It’s no wonder countless police agencies and military units choose the G19 for its legendary reliability, decent ergonomics and accuracy, and ammo capacity. Plus the size lends itself for concealed carry.
What generation Glock 19 is the best?
In short: If you’re looking for a solid self-defense firearm, or just to have a good, reliable handgun to shoot on the weekends, go for the Glock 19 Gen4.
Is a Glock 19 safe to carry loaded?
As long as you use some sort of holster that covers the trigger, and keep your finger out of the trigger area, leave the 19 in the holster, unless its needed, you wont have a problem. These Glocks have been beat to death and not once has the gun ” fired ” without some sort of trigger manipulation.
Should I buy a Glock 19 or 17?
If the gun is for self-defense or casual shooting, plinking, target shooting and competition, I would typically recommend the Glock 17. The longer barrel will provide a longer sight radius, which will, in turn, be more accurate for most shooters. … Most people really love the way the Glock 19 feels in their hands.
Why you shouldn’t buy a Glock?
GLOCKs Lack an External Safety A GLOCK is point-and-shoot perfection. There are many shooters, though, who wouldn’t be caught dead carrying/shooting a handgun without an external safety. They demand an external safety for safety’s sake; it’s one more thing to prevent a negligent discharge!
Will a Glock fire if dropped?
A Glock can only be fired if the trigger is depressed, meaning accidental falls from holsters and other objects to the ground cannot, for example, cause a hammer to fly forward and impact the primer. Without human interaction, the three safeties, including the trigger safety, will prevent the handgun from firing.