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Glock Guns List

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 5/3/2014

Listing of guns and other small arms produced by the firm of Glock.

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There are a total of 16 Glock Guns in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below by initial year of service descending. Flag images indicative of country of origin. You can always return to the Manufacturers List. Understand that brand labels are listed separately in our display - for example, Colt guns and Colt Canada aircraft are considered two separate listings. Also, if a particular manufacture had had a hand in production of another's firearm, they will be represented here as well.




1998
Glock 32
The Glock 32 (also "G32" or "Model 32") is a further evolution of the Glock semi-automatic pistol line debuting in the early ...
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1997
Glock 28
The Glock 28 was similar in respects to the subcompact Glock 26 and Glock 27 models though chambered to fire the .380 ACP car...
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1996
Glock 26
The Glock 26 was designed with the thought of creating a Glock handgun that was easily concealable and chambered to fire the ...
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1996
Glock 27
The subcompact Glock 27 was similar in respects to the Glock 26, designed for ease of concealment while retaining the accurac...
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1996
Glock 31
The Glock 31 is another addition to the Glock family line of successful semi-automatic pistols for military, security and civ...
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1995
Glock 25
The Glock 25 was introduced sometime in 1995 and made use of the .380 ACP cartridge - a low-recoil, rimless cartridge develop...
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1992
Glock 24
The Glock 24 was a limited-run pistol developed by Glock GmbH of Austria. The Model 24 was an off-shoot of the Glock 17 and c...
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1990
Glock 20
The powerful Glock 20 was designed specifically to take advantage of the large 10mm Auto (10x25mm) pistol cartridge, a round ...
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1990
Glock 21
The Glock 21 (Glock GmbH of Austria) was essentially the Glock 20 model modified for the US market to fire the .45 ACP. The ....
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1990
Glock 22
The Glock 22 appeared in 1990 and went on to become one of the most popular pistols in use by 2006. The pistol bridged the ga...
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1990
Glock 23
The Glock 23 was another "bridging" pistol attempting to combine the in-between .40 S&W caliber cartridge with a slightly mod...
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1988
Glock 30
Based in many ways on the preceding Glock 29 design, the Glock 30 is another fine example of pistol handiwork from Gaston Glo...
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1988
Glock 19
The Glock 19 is a smaller pistol (defined as "compact") based on the original Glock 17 with the new gun made easier to concea...
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1985
Glock 18
The Glock 18 (or Glock Model 18) was similar in many ways to the preceding Glock 17 production model though allotted new inte...
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1983
Glock 17
The Glock 17 has gone on to see extensive service in both military and police roles with a plethora of nations around the glo...
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Glock 29
The Glock 29 (also known as the "Multi-Purpose 10") was similar to other Glock handgun forms in many respects and were classi...
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