Buy Glock P80 9mm 4.49in. FS 10+1 online.
Buy Glock P80 9mm 4.49in. FS 10+1 online. In 1981, Gaston Glock assembled a team of engineers and designed his first firearm. The result was submitted to the Austrian Army pistol trials and won the contract in 1982. The Army then designated the first GLOCK as the Pistole 80. These guns were later known commercially as “G17s” and were only available in the US market for two years until the “Gen2” model was introduced in 1988. P80 marked GLOCKs were never imported into the United States.
GLOCK P80 SPECIFICATIONS
- Gen 1 Single Pin Style Frame
- Pebble Grip Texture
- P80 Markings
- Smooth Trigger
- Polymer Front & Rear Sights
- No Front Serrations
- Flat Extractor
- “Tupperware” Peel Top Box
- Collectible Packaging
- Certificate of Authenticity
What kind of firearm is a Glock P80?
Glock P80: The P80 was commissioned by United States guns dealer Lipsey’s to make a special commemorative Glock model, the Pistol 80, and was introduced in 2020. The P80 is a throwback to the original Glock 17 Gen 1 handgun, chambered in 9x19mm with a Gen 1 frame and stippling, and Gen 2 or Gen 3 internals.
How do you define a Glock 17 Pistol 80?
In 1982, an unknown Austrian plastics company was given a contract for 25,000 Glock 17 Gen 1 handguns, which the Austrian military named the Pistole 80 or Glock P80. Glock P80 Marks the Return of the Brand’s Original Model.
What is a Glock 17 of the first generation?
The vertical barrel tilt of a “first-generation” Glock 17 with the slide locked back. First-generation (Gen 1) Glock handguns may be distinguished by its “pebble finish” grips and finger groove-free frames.
What is a Glock pistol of Gen 1?
First-generation (Gen 1) Glock handguns may be distinguished by its “pebble finish” grips and finger groove-free frames. The Gen 1 frame pattern and design was used by Glock from 1982 to 1988, predating the checkered grip patterns utilized by the second generation of Glock handguns.