GLOCK 34 Gen4 MOS Competition | 9x19mm Details
The GLOCK 34 Gen4 in MOS configuration combines an extended barrel and slide and elongated distance between sights with the MOS concept, making it easy to mount a reflex sight on the pistol’s slide without the need for a new slide or separate mounting system. The Modular back strap system makes it possible to instantly customize its grip to accommodate any hand size. The reversible magazine catch makes it ideal for left and right-handed shooters.
First introduced in 1998, the Glock 34 was the first pistol specifically conceived by the well-known Austrian gunmaker as a competition firearm. Sure thing, an earlier sport shooting-oriented model – the Glock 17L, now a limited-production only item – had been available ever since the year 1988, but it wasn’t really much more than a longslide version of the baseline Glock 17.
The Glock 34 Gen 4 MOS pistol was officially launched in January 2018 and integrates all the most recent upgrades implemented by the Austrian company to its well-established striker-fired pistol design. Although conceived for competition shooting, the Glock 34 Gen 4 MOS is part of a recent wave of long-slide, optics-ready pistols that are increasingly gaining popularity for other uses such as home and property defense, leisure shooting, and tactical applications.
Technically speaking, the Glock 34 Gen 4 MOS semi-automatic pistol is nothing new: a classic Glock modified Browning cam locking system, it incorporates the Company’s signature Safe Action system and three passive mechanical safeties, including a trigger safety. The trigger of the Glock 34 Gen.4 MOS offers a 24N (approximately 2,4 kg) pull and is crisper than standard Glock triggers, with a shorter reset.
Chambered in 9x19mm, the Glock 34 Gen 4 MOS pistol feeds through 17 rounds double-stack magazines.
Most of the improvements of the Glock 34 Gen 4 MOS over the original Glock 34 are the same found on all “Generation Five” Glock pistols, and mostly focus on ergonomics and accuracy.
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