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Rounding Out Your Glock Collection

“Collect them all!” is how the tag line so often goes. When it comes to Glocks, though, sometimes that just isn't possible.

The Glock 25 in .380. Sure, you want one, but you better have a badge a step up from a tin star if you want to get your hands on one in the U.S.
The Glock 25 in .380. Sure, you want one, but you better have a badge a step up from a tin star if you want to get your hands on one in the U.S.

“The G25 and G28, corresponding to the G19 and G26, are Glock’s .380 models. The .380 lacks the energy to work a locked-breech system, so these are simple blowback pistols. … Why would you want a wimpy .380? Doesn’t matter. Regardless your desire, you can’t own one. They are non-importable, except for LEO, and the few people who have figured one end-around or another have found themselves in hot water, as a result. In the Glock universe, they are like super-models—unattainable and hazardous to try.”Patrick Sweeney, in his upcoming book, Glock Deconstructed.

 

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