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GLOCK G45 MAGNAPORTED LE 9MM W/ CASE, 500 RDS AMMO, HOLSTER +

$2,640.00

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GLOCK G45 GLOCK G19 9MM MAGNAPORTED PISTOL WITH TRITIUM NIGHT SIGHTS FITTED CASE, HOLSTER, 500 ROUNDS WINCHESTER, 10 MAGAZINES ++ price is for one one one pistol and accessories as described. One.

GLOCK G45 CROSSOVER 9MM DUTY WEAPONS: From Glock “The compact crossover pistol G45 in 9x19mm combines a compact slide with a full size frame and has all the benefits of, and is, a Gen5 model. Utilizing the design and engineering GLOCK developed for its military pistol (G19X), combined with Operator and worldwide Law Enforcement specifications.” So what that means is you have the full sized 17 round frame and a slide that is the size of a G19. It is absolutely my favorite Glock pistol! It is not, however, a “compact”. It is a full sized duty pistol with a slightly shorter slide which precludes “digging”in when driving, sitting, etc. Accuracy is the same as the G17. Gen 5 so they are obviously the latest greatest with modular backstraps to fit your hands and all accoutrements and Gen 5 upgrades which are standard plus steel suppressor height sights, OEM. 

MAGNAPORT/COMPENSATION: Magnaported ie compensated slide and barrel. Decreased recoil allows for continuous sight picture thru the limited recoil. Recoil is diminished 25-33% allowing the end user to put more rounds accurately on target in a shorter time frame. 

AMMUNITION: Winchester cased 124 grain FMJ Full Metal Jacket, 500 rounds, brass, reloadable. 

SAFARILAND ALS ISSUE OWB HOLSTER: Same holster Rockegroup issues. Paddle and belt loops for either/or use. OWB outside the waistband, open or concealed carry. ALS locking system does not hinder the draw. Paddle use is nigh to snatch proof as the holster has a belt latch. If you put the belt loop configuration on they are snatch proof. The paddle system allows you to “pop” the holster on over your belt and remove the same way. No undressing to pull your holster off. So.. if you decide to abide by “posted” signs you can pop the ensemble off and leave under your front seat and pop back on when you get back to your car. 

BUILD/COST: One Glock G45 today is running $950 shipped on GB. Ship to Magnaport and get back in a few months for $200 ish shipped both ways. Steel tritium Glock OEM night sights installed  = $111. Ten Glock OEM 17 rd magazines (substitutions available) $23 each =  $230. Cruiser Pro Series case $190. Cased ammunition 500 rounds Winchester $670.  Safariland ALS LE holsters $89. Total if you could get this set would run you $2440. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

RAMBLINGS: FULL SIZE DUTY PISTOLS/CROSSOVER COMPACT: So most of you already know I have an issue with about 1/2 of gunriters but here is another example. I’m a readin Guns & Ammo or some such keeping current and I read an article from a gunriter whom states to all far and wide that if your EDC (everyday carry pistol) is a Glock 43 sub-compact, or a S&W Shield .380 compact, or a 5 shot detective special ultralight that is what you must take to all of your training courses. Cause he’s an idjit whom never went to a 5 day training course where you shoot 500 rounds per day. I mean dumbass. Yep I said it. Your training pistol is a full sized duty pistol. Your home defense pistol is a full sized duty pistol. The one you carry in your center console is a full sized duty pistol. Your OWB open carry is a full size duty pistol. Alas, for a vast majority of us our EDC is typically a compact or sub-compact pistol. Less weight, easier to conceal. Also holds less rounds, is not as accurate, and is certainly not as manageable nor as recoil absorbent as our duty pistol. It is a teeny thingy for emergencies or to allow us time to get to our.. duty pistol! We become proficient with our compact or sub-compact teeny EDC thingy but we learn and practice with our full size duty pistol(s).  The odds of using your full size duty pistol for the vast majority of us far outweigh the odds of us using our subcompact thingy at Starbucks. Ok so I digress a bit. Go ahead and take a sub-compact pistol which holds 7 rounds to a 5 day training course; say Gunsite. A subcompact is NOT designed to fit anyone’s hands it is designed to be teeny. So you will get blisters. Fast. Since you brought 5 total magazines (three extra cause you’re smart) you have four on your person and one in the weapon. Total 35 rounds. I have 5 mags also which = 85 rounds. So I stand around with my thumb up my butt waiting for you to reload every 4 minutes. You cannot hit squat past 10 feet so now you are depressed cause you’re that “guy” or “gal”. You also go home the 2d day or the instructor has a few quiet words with you. And you go home that day. 

Description

GLOCK G45 GLOCK G19 9MM MAGNAPORTED PISTOL WITH TRITIUM NIGHT SIGHTS FITTED CASE, HOLSTER, 500 ROUNDS WINCHESTER, 10 MAGAZINES ++ price is for one one one pistol and accessories as described. One.

GLOCK G45 CROSSOVER 9MM DUTY WEAPONS: From Glock “The compact crossover pistol G45 in 9x19mm combines a compact slide with a full size frame and has all the benefits of, and is, a Gen5 model. Utilizing the design and engineering GLOCK developed for its military pistol (G19X), combined with Operator and worldwide Law Enforcement specifications.” So what that means is you have the full sized 17 round frame and a slide that is the size of a G19. It is absolutely my favorite Glock pistol! It is not, however, a “compact”. It is a full sized duty pistol with a slightly shorter slide which precludes “digging”in when driving, sitting, etc. Accuracy is the same as the G17. Gen 5 so they are obviously the latest greatest with modular backstraps to fit your hands and all accoutrements and Gen 5 upgrades which are standard plus steel suppressor height sights, OEM. 

MAGNAPORT/COMPENSATION: Magnaported ie compensated slide and barrel. Decreased recoil allows for continuous sight picture thru the limited recoil. Recoil is diminished 25-33% allowing the end user to put more rounds accurately on target in a shorter time frame. 

AMMUNITION: Winchester cased 124 grain FMJ Full Metal Jacket, 500 rounds, brass, reloadable. 

SAFARILAND ALS ISSUE OWB HOLSTER: Same holster Rockegroup issues. Paddle and belt loops for either/or use. OWB outside the waistband, open or concealed carry. ALS locking system does not hinder the draw. Paddle use is nigh to snatch proof as the holster has a belt latch. If you put the belt loop configuration on they are snatch proof. The paddle system allows you to “pop” the holster on over your belt and remove the same way. No undressing to pull your holster off. So.. if you decide to abide by “posted” signs you can pop the ensemble off and leave under your front seat and pop back on when you get back to your car. 

BUILD/COST: One Glock G45 today is running $950 shipped on GB. Ship to Magnaport and get back in a few months for $200 ish shipped both ways. Steel tritium Glock OEM night sights installed  = $111. Ten Glock OEM 17 rd magazines (substitutions available) $23 each =  $230. Cruiser Pro Series case $190. Cased ammunition 500 rounds Winchester $670.  Safariland ALS LE holsters $89. Total if you could get this set would run you $2440. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

RAMBLINGS: FULL SIZE DUTY PISTOLS/CROSSOVER COMPACT: So most of you already know I have an issue with about 1/2 of gunriters but here is another example. I’m a readin Guns & Ammo or some such keeping current and I read an article from a gunriter whom states to all far and wide that if your EDC (everyday carry pistol) is a Glock 43 sub-compact, or a S&W Shield .380 compact, or a 5 shot detective special ultralight that is what you must take to all of your training courses. Cause he’s an idjit whom never went to a 5 day training course where you shoot 500 rounds per day. I mean dumbass. Yep I said it. Your training pistol is a full sized duty pistol. Your home defense pistol is a full sized duty pistol. The one you carry in your center console is a full sized duty pistol. Your OWB open carry is a full size duty pistol. Alas, for a vast majority of us our EDC is typically a compact or sub-compact pistol. Less weight, easier to conceal. Also holds less rounds, is not as accurate, and is certainly not as manageable nor as recoil absorbent as our duty pistol. It is a teeny thingy for emergencies or to allow us time to get to our.. duty pistol! We become proficient with our compact or sub-compact teeny EDC thingy but we learn and practice with our full size duty pistol(s).  The odds of using your full size duty pistol for the vast majority of us far outweigh the odds of us using our subcompact thingy at Starbucks. Ok so I digress a bit. Go ahead and take a sub-compact pistol which holds 7 rounds to a 5 day training course; say Gunsite. A subcompact is NOT designed to fit anyone’s hands it is designed to be teeny. So you will get blisters. Fast. Since you brought 5 total magazines (three extra cause you’re smart) you have four on your person and one in the weapon. Total 35 rounds. I have 5 mags also which = 85 rounds. So I stand around with my thumb up my butt waiting for you to reload every 4 minutes. You cannot hit squat past 10 feet so now you are depressed cause you’re that “guy” or “gal”. You also go home the 2d day or the instructor has a few quiet words with you. And you go home that day. 

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