The continuous pursuit of perfection in every facet of design, engineering, and manufacturing, has firmly established GLOCK pistols as the standard by which all others are compared.

Today, we are the leading global manufacturer of pistols, precisely engineered to meet the demanding specifications of military and law enforcement agencies worldwide. That powerful validation, and our reputation for safety, durability, reliability, and ease of use, has also driven our consumer dedication further than ever anticipated. As a result, our complete line of GLOCK pistols has become the choice for millions who aspire to carry the perfect firearm for the mission at hand.

Moving forward, our commitment to "Perfection" remains steadfast: we will never compromise quality. We will continue to invest tremendous resources in the technology and talent necessary to improve our products wherever possible; and we will always strive to deliver maximum customer satisfaction!

Firearm Safety Rules

  • Handle all firearms as if they were loaded. Never forget that a gun has the potential to produce serious injury or death in a single instant of carelessness. Make safe fun handling a habit to be followed at all times. After you determine that a gun is unloaded, continue to handle it as though it were loaded.
  • Always keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction. In selecting a safe direction, you must also take into consideration that a bullet can ricochet or glance off any object it strikes, and that bullets can penetrate walls, ceilings, floors, and windows.
  • Keep your finger out of the gun's trigger guard and off the trigger until you have aligned the gun's sights on a safe target and you have made the decision to fire. By keeping your finger completely outside the trigger guard until you have aimed at the target, you guarantee that any shots you fire will go safely in the direction of your intended target.
  • Always be certain that your target and the surrounding area are safe before firing. Remember that a bullet can travel as much as several miles, so you should be certain of what your bullet could strike before you pull the trigger. Never fire at a movement, a noise, a flash of color, or a rustling bush without positively identifying your target.