Glock 17

Regular Price: $599.00
Our Price: $499.00
SKU: GLK-PI1750201
MPN: PI1750201
UPC: 764503175022
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as of 07/01/2022 12:24AM CST

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Fountain Valley, CAMore than 5
The Colony, TXOut of stock

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The GLOCK 17 Gen3 in caliber 9x19 is the most widely used law enforcement pistol worldwide. Because of its unsurpassed reliability, above-average magazine capacity of 17 cartridges in the standard magazine and its low weight, it is trusted by law enforcement officers in their daily duties throughout the world. It is safe, easy and quick to use through the revolutionary “Safe Action” trigger system. GLOCK 17 – designed for professionals.

Trigger Safety
Safe and ingeniously simple: Contrary to conventional, the trigger is the only operating element. All three pistol safeties are deactivated when the trigger is pulled -and automatically activated when it is released.

Polymer Frame
Corrosion resistant, tougher than steel and still 86% lighter. More than 20 years ago, GLOCK pistols were the first industrially manufactured handguns with high-tech polymer frames.

Caliber 9x19
Magazine Capacity 10 rounds(2)
Sights Fixed
Weight 625 g / 22.04 oz.
Trigger Pull 5.5 lbs.
Trigger Travel 0.5 in.
Barrel Length 4.49 in.
Overall Length 7.32 in.
Overall Height 5.43 in.
California Compliant Yes

Important note about our photos
While we make every effort to ensure that our product photos are accurate, manufacturers occasionally change the design of components such as triggers, sights, or magazines without notice. Also, modifications to the firearm or component may be required in order to meet specific state compliance requirements. While we make every effort to accurately describe and illustrate the item you are going to receive, there may be visual differences on various components that do not affect functionality.

Federal law requires that you be 21 years of age or older to purchase a handgun, frame or receiver. To purchase a shotgun or rifle, you must be 18 years of age or older. 18 U.S.C. Section 922(b)(1).

As required by federal law, this item may only be shipped to a dealer with a valid Federal Firearms License. If you do not specify the name and shipping address of your dealer, your order will be delayed.
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to


Customer Reviews

(4.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 2
1. on 4/11/2016, said:
3 stars out of 5
I've owned this firearm for about a year now, and it was my very first one. In my experience with the Glock, it took a few trips to the range to break in the gun. It would stovepipe and double-feed every two rounds, but I suppose it's good for a beginner to learn how to clear malfunctions early on. Since then it has been 100% reliable, albeit the empty casings sometimes hit me in the face during extraction. Overall I believe it shoots well and is a brilliantly simple tool in design and function. If this is your first pistol or Glock I would suggest giving the 19 a look since the shorter length fits the caliber better in my personal opinion, not to mention it is more versatile in purpose.
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2. on 6/10/2014, said:
5 stars out of 5
I don't think it's really a mystery that this is a great gun. I've owned rifles for years and this was my first pistol. I really want to thank the Rifle Gear employees who walked me through my buying options and helped me understand each choice. Must have taken 30 or 40 minutes with me which I really appreciated. There's so many great pistols around it's hard to chose, but for my first one I felt it was important to get a gun that I knew was rock solid in the reputation department and with parts readily available. It's also helped at the range as practically everyone there either owns or has shot a Glock 17. Some people think Glocks are ugly and I suppose they're right, but they're ugly in a really sexy way. Last thing: I've really enjoyed the challenge of learning to shoot a pistol well. The Glock 17 is perfectly accurate when I shoot well. It took me a few rounds to figure out that I was the problem and not the gun. Once I got the hang of it (remember, my first pistol) and didn't anticipate the shot, the gun puts rounds right where you aim them.
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