Glock G41 Gen4

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posted on January 15, 2014
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Glock has been expanding its product lines by developing hybrid pistols that blend the features of two existing models. In 2013, the company released the model G30S subcompact .45 ACP by combining the reduced-weight slide of the G36 Slimline with the increased ammunition capacity of the double-stack G30 SF frame. For 2014, Glock is launching the G41, which takes its cues from both the G21 Gen4 and the G34 Gen4 Practical Tactical models.

Technical Specifications:

Action: Safe-Action Semi-Auto Pistol

Caliber: .45 ACP

Slide: Black Gas Nitrate

Frame: Black Textured Polymer

Front Sight: Polymer White Dot

Rear Sight: Adjustable

Barrel Length: 5.31”

Overall Length: 8.9”

Height: 5.47”(With Magazine)

Width: 1.28”

Weight: 27 ozs. (With Empty Magazine)

Capacity: 13+1 Rounds

Twist: 1:15.75” RH

Rifle Grooves: Octagonal

Accessories: Three Magazines, Hard Case, Cleaning Brush, Manual, Lock

MSRP: $729

Get a closer look at the latest edition of the G41 in the video below.

For more information, go to Glock.com.

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