Glock 19X



  Glock 19X

The Glock 19X is a semi-automatic pistol that was introduced by Glock in 2019. It is a variant of the popular Glock 19, which is a 9mm semi-automatic pistol that has been in production since 1988.

The Glock 19X is a selective fire variant of the Glock 19, meaning that it can be configured to fire in either single-shot or fully automatic mode. It is designed specifically for use by law enforcement agencies, and is intended to be used in a variety of different tactical and operational environments.

The Glock 19X is chambered in the 9mm caliber and has a capacity of 19 rounds, with an optional extended magazine that can hold an additional round. It is designed to be lightweight, compact, and easy to conceal, making it a popular choice for undercover operations and other situations where discretion is critical.

One of the key features of the Glock 19X is its selective fire capability, which allows it to be configured to fire in either single-shot or fully automatic mode. This feature is intended to give law enforcement agencies the flexibility to use the pistol in the mode that is most appropriate for the situation at hand.

The Glock 19X also features a number of safety mechanisms that are designed to prevent accidental discharges and ensure that the pistol is safe to carry and use. These safety mechanisms include a drop safety, a firing pin safety, and a trigger safety.

The Glock 19X is widely available from a variety of retailers and is known for its reliability and ease of use. It is also widely used by law enforcement agencies, who appreciate its selective fire capability and its compact and lightweight design.

    GLOCK 19X

GLOCK’s first ever “Crossover” pistol, the GLOCK 19X, combines the best features of two of its most popular and most trusted field-tested platforms. The full-size GLOCK 17 frame and the compact GLOCK 19 slide have joined forces to produce the ideal pistol for all conditions and all situations. The 19X comes in the coyote color with the first-ever factory colored slide, finished with an improved nPVD slide coating to prevent corrosion. Additional features include the GLOCK Marksman Barrel (GMB), no finger grooves, ambidextrous slide stop levers and lanyard loop. Included with the pistol is a standard 17-round magazine, two 17+2-round magazines and coyote-colored pistol case.

Is the GLOCK 19X 9mm?

The GLOCK 19X Crossover 9mm Luger Pistol is a double-action handgun with a 17+1 capacity. The nitron-finished polymer frame is paired with a polygonal-rifled barrel and a Coyote nPVD slide. No manual safety.

Is the GLOCK 19X a good pistol?

While the Glock 19X is a great full-size handgun, it would certainly be considerably difficult for some concealed carry permit holders to fully conceal. Its full-size grip, thick slide and thick frame make for a more difficult carrying experience.

What is difference between Glock 19 and 19X?

The easiest difference to see between the G19-5 and the G19X is that the G19X is available in desert tan (Coyote is how it’s listed) as compared to the traditional Glock black. The grip frame on the G19X is obviously longer than that of the G19-5 so that the G17 magazines fit flush
1 Length (Overall)** 189 mm | 7.44 inch
2 Slide Length 174 mm | 6.85 inch
3 Width (Overall) 33 mm | 1.30 inch
4 Slide Width 25,5 mm | 1.0 inch
5 Height incl.Mag. 139 mm | 5.47 inch
6 Line of Sight (Polymer)
Line of Sight (Steel) 152 mm | 5.98 inch
Line of Sight (GNS) 151 mm | 5.94 inch
7 Trigger Distance** 70 mm | 2.76 inch

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