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The world of the rifle is conservative and traditional. In the leaders’ club, it is considered good form to have at least a century of history behind them, and the grandees can boast of life experience several centuries long. The oldest Italian arms company – the current corporation Beretta – was founded in the 16th century, the German Sauer – in the middle of the 18th century, the American Remington, Colt and Smith & Wesson began work in the 19th century. Currently there are 38 Glock models in 7 calibers and 6 sizes. Visit here for more information.
WHAT ABOUT GLOCK 43?
This Austrian company was founded in 1963, and began producing pistols only from the early 1980s, before (what an insult to the masters of weapons production!) Engaged in the production of various hardware products made of metal and plastic – such as curtain rods, training grenades , knives and sapper blades.
The founder of the company, engineer Gaston Glock, is a private entrepreneur and owner of a small production, who used to be completely far from designing firearms. In terms of arms business, there is no experience, no tradition, no generations of craftsmen and businessmen who pass on their knowledge and skills from father to son. But there was energy and pressure, knowledge in the fields of materials science and metalworking, as well as an original approach to the use of new materials and a reluctance to follow the traditional course. It was thanks to the combination of these qualities that almost no one until then did not know the firm from the provincial Deutsch-Wagram near Vienna in 1982 broke into the arms world with its Glock 17 pistol, which just a few years later became a real bestseller, a loyal campaigner and a bright movie star in that Glock 43 magazine extension.
WHY DID THIS HAPPEN?
Because the Glock pistols are really good. They are simple, reliable, unpretentious, consist (together with the store) of only 34 parts and can be completely disassembled in a few minutes using any thin metal pin (or even the same nail). They are easy to learn, safe to wear, and practical to clean. These are not “the best pistols in the world” as some claim – they simply do not exist. Any pistol has flaws, and the Glock is no exception. But pistols of this brand do not have so many of them – rather, they should be attributed to specific features in Glock 43 magazine extension.
But in terms of the totality of their advantages, including a very reasonable price, Glock pistols have practically no competitors. Proof of this is their adoption by the law enforcement agencies of more than 70 states and the leading positions in sales in those countries where it is permitted by law. By the way, all Glock pistols are technically and structurally almost identical in Glock 43 magazine extension (except for two models, but more on that later). There are currently 38 Glock pistols in seven calibers – .380 ACP, 9×19 Luger, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, 10 mm Auto, .45 GAP and .45 ACP – and six form factors (see table). All Glock pistols traditionally had a two-row magazine with a staggered arrangement of cartridges and their output in one row.
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