Published July 2003
by Krause Publications .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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Robert A. Sadowski has written about firearms and hunting for nearly fifteen years. He is the author of four gun books, editor of three others (including the annual Gun Trader’s Guide), and contributor to numerous gun-enthusiast magazines, including Combat Handguns, Black Guns, Gun Tests, Gun Digest, Gun World, Ballistic, rangecom, SHOT Business, and others. Home Forums > Glock Talk > General Glocking > The Gun Digest Book Of The Glock 2nd Edition Discussion in ' General Glocking ' started by Crest77, First imported into U.S.A. in Completely manufactured in Austria until when Glock opened its plant in Georgia to produce polymer frames. Offered in many models, but main differences are caliber, sighting systems, barrel, slide and grip length, and magazine capacity. Glock is a popular pick - an estimated million people from countries own one. The Gun Digest Book of the Glock, 2nd Edition, expands on the success of the first book with many new photos and hard-to-find data.. The Glock's dynamic presence in the military and law enforcement circles around the world, including 65 percent of the U.S. law enforcement agencies, speaks to its innovative /5(66).