Glock G19x For Sale;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.glock g19x for sale
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.glock g19x review
Included with the pistol is a standard 17-round magazine, two 17+2-round magazines and coyote-colored pistol case.
The Glock 19X is dependable and versatile. A solid firearm for any occasion, including at the range, for home defense, or even hunting. Designed for the military, it excels in accuracy, durability, and reliability.
- Good price point
- nPVD slide coating
- Ergonomic comfort
- Hard to conceal
- No interchange of Gen 5 17mm Magazine
The basic four safety rules;
1. Treat every firearm as if it’s loaded. This means anything you would do with the gun while unloaded, is the same thing you would do with it ready to fire. I can personally tell you of two negligent discharges I witnessed with people when people who knew better pulled the trigger on a gun they just ‘knew’ were unloaded.
2. Never point a firearm at anything that you do not intend to destroy. This includes any and all horseplay with firearms– especially if you forget rule number one above. This translates into the concept of proper muzzle-control. Remember, the only things that are cleared to point a firearm at are a target, berm, or threat. Moreover, even with that, keep in mind all of the other rules.
3. Always be sure of your target and what is beyond it or behind it. Bullets are funny things. Even low-powered rimfire ammo can travel significant distances and penetrate walls, doors, etc. Keep this in mind even in self-defense instances.
4. Keep your finger off the trigger until you are on target. Ah trigger discipline, or commonly just called TD. It’s pretty hard for a firearm to just suddenly go off unless the trigger is pulled back successfully. If your trigger finger is aligned down the side of the trigger well, or better, down the side of the slide, until you are ready to fire, the less likely you are to shoot yourself in the leg or accidentally wing an innocent bystander. “Booger hook off the bang switch!”