The Glock 17 FDE Pistol is a firearm that has found unmatched favor in the law enforcement community, in fact it’s got the largest amount of units in service throughout the world in law enforcement. Chambered in 9x19 with a large capacity of 17 cartridges in a standard magazine, pairing with a low weight, Glock is the ultimate duty gun.
The “Safe Action” trigger is famous for delivering quick first shot capability and ease of use, but unparalleled safety: the Glock 17 FDE is built for use. Perhaps it’s the simplicity of use and the excellent reputation that makes professionals who need to trust their lives to their duty weapon, so fond of the Glock 17.
The Glock 17 FDE Polymer Frame
The Glock 17 FDE is a variant which puts a tactical spin on the standard Glock black color. The Flat Dark Earth polymer frame on the Glock 17 FDE is the same production formula of polymer which made Glock pistols famous. Glock Polymer is tougher than steel, essentially impervious to corrosion and the elements and still more than 85% lighter than a metal alternative.
The Glock 17 FDE Trigger Safety
“Safe Action” triggers by Glock comprise the only operating variable in the firing process, virtually eliminating the chance for slow first shots and greatly reducing the chance for unintentional firing of the pistol. All three of the Glock internal safeties are bypassed with a single pull of the trigger, and the gun returns back to a safe carry state as the trigger resets.
The Glock 17 FDE Tenifer Finish
The high tech finish from Glock factory called Tenifer is a coating on the barrel and slide which renders the gun safe against corrosion and premature wear. The 64 HRC hardness ensures heavy duty usage does not compromise the reliability and looks of your Glock. The Tenifer finish is diamond tough.
For more than 20 years Glock has set the standard for duty guns, the Glock 17 FDE continues the tradition and gives you the option for something other than black.
|| 17 rounds*
|| 625 g / 22.04 oz.
|| 5.5 lbs.
|| 0.5 in.
|| 4.49 in.
|| 7.32 in.
|| 5.43 in.
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