GLOCK .357 & 380 ACP

G25, G28, G42, G31, G32, G33

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$ 405 - $ 575

The first two .380 ACP models are primarily intended for markets which prohibit civilian ownership of firearms chambered in military calibers such as 9×19mm Parabellum.[71] Due to the relatively low bolt thrust of the .380 ACP cartridge, the locked-breech design of the Glock 19 and Glock 26 was minimally modified for the Glock 25 and Glock 28 to implement unlocked breech operation. It operates via straight blowback of the slide. This required modification of the locking surfaces on the barrel, as well as a redesign of the former locking block. Unusual for a blowback design, the barrel is not fixed to the frame. It moves rearward in recoil until it is tilted below the slide, similar to the standard locked-breech system.

  • The reduced size and mass of the Glock 42 required return to the Glock-standard locked-breech design. The Glock 25, introduced in 1995, is a blowback derivative of the compact (102 mm (4.0 in) barrel) Glock 19. The magazine capacity is 15 rounds. Standard fixed sight elevation is 6.9 mm, unlike the 6.5 mm elevation used for the 9×19mm models.
  • The Glock 28, introduced in 1997, is a blowback derivative of the subcompact (87 mm (3.4 in) barrel) Glock 26. The standard magazine capacity is 10 rounds, but the 15-round Glock 25 magazine will function in the Glock 28. Standard fixed-sight elevation is 6.9 mm, unlike the 6.5 mm elevation used for the 9×19mm Parabellum models.
  • The Glock 42, introduced in 2014, is an all-new locked-breech "slimline" (83 mm (3.3 in) barrel) design. The single-stack magazine is unique to this model, with a capacity of six rounds. It is Glock's smallest model ever made and is manufactured in the USA, which unlike the Glock 25 and 28, allows domestic sales in that market.

 

As is typical of pistols chambered in .357 SIG, each of the standard Glock models (31, 32, and 33) may be easily converted to the corresponding .40 S&W chambering (Glock 22, 23, and 27, respectively) simply by replacing the barrel. No other parts need to be replaced, as the .357 SIG magazines will feed the .40 S&W round.

  • The Glock 31 is a .357 SIG variant of the full-sized Glock 22. The standard magazine capacity of the Glock 31 is 15 rounds.
  • The Glock 32 is a .357 SIG variant of the compact Glock 23. The standard magazine capacity of the Glock 32 is 13 rounds.
  • The Glock 33 is a .357 SIG variant of the subcompact Glock 27. The standard magazine capacity of the Glock 33 is 9 rounds.
Model Specs Description Price
G42 Dark Burnt Bronze Cerakote Slide 3.26" BBL, FS, #5 TP 2/6RD Mags, BS, DRS $ 505
G42 Burnt Bronze Cerakote Slide 3.26" BBL, FS, #5 TP 2/6RD Mags, BS, DRS $ 505
G42 OD Green Cerakote Slide 3.26" BBL, FS, #5 TP 2/6RD Mags, BS, DRS $ 505
G42 Flat Dark Earth Cerakote Slide 3.26" BBL, FS, #5 TP 2/6RD Mags, BS, DRS $ 505
G42 .380 ACP 3.26" BBL, FS, #5 TP 2/6RD Mags, BS, DRS $ 465
G42 .380 ACP Law Enforcement 3.26" BBL, FS, #5 TP 2/6RD Mags, BS, DRS $ 405
G31 Gen 4 - 357 4.49" BBL, FS, #4.5 TP 3/15RD Mags, BS, DRS $ 575
G31 Gen 4 - 357 4.49" BBL, FS, #4.5 TP 3/10RD Mags, BS, DRS $ 575
G33 Gen 4 - 357 3.5" BBL, FS, #4.5 TP 3/9RD Mags, BS, DRS $ 575
G31 - 357 LAW (Price too low to advertise, Please Call) 4.5" BBL, FS, #5 TP 3/15RD Mags, BS, DRS $Call
G33 - 357 LAW (Price too low to advertise, Please Call) 3.5" BBL, FS, #5 TP 2/9RD Mags $Call
G33 Gen 4 - 357 LAW (Price too low to advertise, Please Call) 3.5" BBL, FS, #5 TP 3/9RD Mags, BS, DRS $Call

Pricing Table Abbreviations

  • BBL - Barrel Length
  • FS - Front Sights
  • TP - Trigger Pull
  • BS - Back Straps
  • DRS - Dual Recoil Springs
  • MOS - Modular Optic System
  • BFG - Battlefield Green Colored Pistol

Glock 9mm Models

GLOCK 25 Mild mannered Glock The GLOCK 25 with the low-recoil .380, introduced in 1995 during the IWA show in Germany, was mainly developed for the South American market in mind, where civilian personnel are not allowed to possess handguns in military calibers. Because of its small dimensions, corresponding to those of the GLOCK 19, the GLOCK 25 can be comfortably carried concealed.

GLOCK 28 The lightweight Like the GLOCK 25, the GLOCK 28 in .380 is also blowback operated. Small in dimensions and weight, it is great in performance when carried concealed. Because of the low-recoil firing characteristic of the .380 cartridge, it can be easily and accurately controlled. The standard magazine capacity of this balanced pistol of 10 rounds can be increased to 19 rounds when using optional magazines.

The new GLOCK 42, in .380 AUTO, is a slimline subcompact pistol engineered with the GLOCK Perfection promise and able to withstand the rigors of routine training. Made in the USA, the G42 is the smallest pistol GLOCK has ever introduced, making it ideal for pocket carry and shooters with smaller hands. Years of requests across market groups for a super-concealable, reliable single-stack .380 GLOCK pistol prompted extensive research and development to bring the GLOCK customer the G42.

GLOCK 31 Long range Glock The high-performance .357 is characterized by extremely high muzzle velocity and superior precision even at medium range. The GLOCK 31 is the optimum solution for all who are looking for these ballistic advantages in a reliable yet light pistol with large magazine capacity. Many law enforcement agencies, among them the New Jersey police, have already selected the GLOCK 31 as their official service weapon.

GLOCK 32 Compact magnum performance Designed as a compact model, the GLOCK 32 offers a unique combination of versatility, convincing ballistics, optimum carry comfort and the usual GLOCK reliability. Especially in rural areas and national parks, many services have already been equipping their officials with this highly modern semi-automatic pistol. The advantages of the GLOCK 32 become decisive especially out in the open countryside.

GLOCK 33 Pocket rocket High muzzle velocity and energy packed in an easy handling subcompact pistol: The GLOCK 33 in .357 opens up entirely new possibilities for you. The proven GLOCK design is comfortable worn concealed. Nine rounds are available for use in the standard magazine. As a backup weapon with superior ballistic performance, the “pocket rocket” is second to none.