glock 26 gen 4 price
glock 26 gen 4 price in 9 mm Luger is one of the most sought-after concealed carry pistols. The magazine capacity of 10 rounds is standard and the highly accurate firing characteristics explain why the is the mainstay backup option among security personnel and agencies worldwide. GLOCK 26 – 9MM
The Modular Back Strap design lets you instantly customize its grip to adapt to an individual shooter’s hand size.
The surface of the frame employs the new scientifically designed, real-world-tested,Gen4 rough textured technology.
Internally, the new GLOCK dual recoil spring assembly substantially increases the life of the system. A reversible enlarged magazine catch, changeable in seconds, accommodates left or right-handed operators. GLOCK 26 – 9MM
|1||LENGTH (OVERALL)*||163 mm | 6.42 inch|
|2||SLIDE LENGTH||159 mm | 6.26 inch|
|3||WIDTH (OVERALL)||32 mm | 1.26 inch|
|4||SLIDE WIDTH||25,5 mm | 1.0 inch|
|5||HEIGHT INCL. MAG.||106 mm | 4.17 inch|
|6||Sight Radius POLYMER||137 mm | 5.39 inch|
|Sight Radius STEEL||136 mm | 5.35 inch|
|Sight Radius GNS||135 mm | 5.31 inch|
|7||TRIGGER DISTANCE*||70 mm | 2.76 inch|
The Glock 17 is a short recoil–operated, locked-breech semi-automatic pistol that uses a modified Browning cam-lock system adapted from the Hi-Power pistol. The firearm’s locking mechanism uses a linkless, vertically tilting barrel with a rectangular breech that locks into the ejection port cut-out in the slide. During the recoil stroke, the barrel moves rearward initially locked together with the slide about 3 mm (0.12 in) until the bullet leaves the barrel and chamber pressure drops to a safe level. A ramped lug extension at the base of the barrel then interacts with a tapered locking block integrated into the frame, forcing the barrel down and unlocking it from the slide. This camming action terminates the barrel’s movement while the slide continues back under recoil, extracting and ejecting the spent cartridge casing. The slide’s uninterrupted rearward movement and counter-recoil cycle are characteristic of the Browning system.
Glock pistols incorporate a number of features intended to enhance reliability in adverse conditions, such as utilizing advanced metal coatings, “stub” slide guides instead of true frame rails, and an unusual cocking mechanism wherein the trigger is partially responsible for cocking the striker. By relying partially on force from the shooter’s trigger finger to cock the striker, a Glock effectively reduces the load on the recoil spring as the slide moves forward into battery, whereas almost all other striker-fired pistols on the market rely fully on the recoil spring to cock the striker.
This design gives the recoil spring fewer tasks as the action cycles, helping to ensure that sufficient energy is available to strip a new round from the magazine and achieve full battery even when the breech, chamber, and/or magazine are heavily fouled. For these and other reasons, Glock pistols are commonly considered to be some of the most reliable striker-fired, semi-automatic handguns available, with some independent testing even showing a Glock taking a lead over a SIG Sauer P320 in a wet/dry reliability test, even though the latter was selected as the winner of the U.S. Army’s MHS competition.