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Glock question?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by spooney, Sep 22, 2005.

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  1. spooney

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    This is probably a stupid question but I was reading a Glock brochure tonight and it popped into my head, here goes. Where are the Glock 24 and 25? Do they exist? Are they the .380 model that isn't sold in the US? Are they just failed models?
     
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    The Glock 24 (sometimes called the 24L) is the long-slide .40 caliber Glock. A small batch was made earlier this year; they're not a regular production item.

    The Glock 25 is a G19-sized .380 that works as a blowback action, rather than a locked-breech recoil-operated action. They're not available for sale to non-law enforcement buyers in the US due to import regulations.
     
  3. spooney

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    Thanks, I figured that at least one of them was the .380 but didn't really know about the other.
     
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