California law prohibits the sale of Gen4 pistols. LEARN MORE.
You can see the full details on our WARRANTY page.
Unfortunately, at this time GLOCK does not give factory tours to the public.
All brochures and manuals can be found online on our DOWNLOADABLE MATERIALS page.
Currently, GLOCK does not sell these pistol models to the public.
It’s ok to dry fire your GLOCK pistol, but we recommend using a snap cap or dummy round if you will be dry firing for a long period of time.
We recommend using ammunition that is manufactured and meets SAAMI or other industry standards, and while some +P ammunition meets these guidelines, +P+ usually does not. This ammunition may generate a higher pressure than standard ammunition, which could shorten the life of the parts of your firearm.
No, we recommend the use of jacketed ammunition only.
Yes, you can find out the manufacture date of your GLOCK pistol by contacting GLOCK, Inc.
No, GLOCK, Inc. does not offer any custom services at this time.
You can download an owner's manual on our DOWNLOADABLE MATERIALS page.
No, GLOCK, Inc. does not sell frames or slides.
Yes, in most cases you can convert your GLOCK pistol to another caliber by changing the barrel. However, early GLOCK models may not be able to be converted. If you aren’t sure if your pistol can be converted, contact Technical Services at (770) 432-1202.
Yes, the assembly notch is for assembly only. The recoil spring assembly drops down into the frame recess and stays there until it is disassembled, when the slide and barrel come forward, picking it up out of the lower position.
Yes, you can learn about the GLOCK BLUE LABEL PROGRAM here.
Call your local dealer. Use our LOCATOR to find a certified GLOCK armorer near you.