The Glock 34 Pistol
The Glock 34 semi-automatic pistol and the Glock 34 full-automatic pistol are based on the Glock 17 pistol, which was the first pistol introduced by Glock in 1982 by a Austrian named Gaston Glock. The Glock 34 competition handgun is one of the most reliable, durable, and least expensive handguns known to man.
The Glock 34 is calibered in 9X19, is highly-accurate and has found widespread
use as a competitive pistol for IPSC as well as USPSA, IDPA and GSSF. The Glock 34 semi-automatic pistol comes standard with a 17 round magazine, but can be extended with the purchase of a 33 round magazine (this is the best if you have your license and opt for the Glock 34 in the full-automatic version.
Gunsknowledge.com ranks the Glock 34 as the "best gun" for individuals wanting to shoot competition matches or increase accuracy with their handgun. It is extremely accurate out of the box and very reliable.
Gunsknowledge.com had a chance to shoot the Glock 34 in fully automatic recently and this gun went through the 33 rounds in what is only a few seconds…awesome feeling! The best thing about the Glock 34 has to be its accuracy. At 50 yards out, you can definitely tell a difference between the Glock 34 and the Glock 17. Final thougths on this pistol…if you have never owned one or had the experience of shooting a Glock 34…go shoot one and I assure you that you will get one. Another great thing about the Glock 34 competition is the ease of disassembling it. See the expanded view for a more indepth look. It can be easily field stripped for cleaning in a matter of seconds.
History of the Glock 34 Handgun
In 1982, an Austrian named Gaston Glock first introduced the Glock 17 pistol and later Glock introduced the Glock 34. He did not have much experience in firearms, but did have a lot of experience in synthetic polymers, which he designed the Glock's frame out of. The Glock 17 was actually the first pistol produced by Glock. When the Austian military announced it was looking to replace their current pistols, Glock stepped in. The concept took hold and the rest is history. Today, Glock is the number one supplier of the U.S. military as well as many military orgainzations across the world. As of the date of the writing of this, there are four generations of Glock pistols, each generation having minor improvements over the last.
The Fully Automatic Glock 34
The Glock 34 in the fully automatic version. This thing will go through a 33 round magazine in a matter of seconds! The full auto Glock 34 is used primarily by law enforcement agencies, but is also available to civilians with a license; however, because of high-costs of the license, most people opt for the semi-automatic version of the Glock 34.
Glock 34 pistol in fully automatic