The GLOCK 23 Gen4 chambered in .40 Smith and Wesson features a modular backstrap system that allows a shooter to tailor the rough textured grip of the pistol to their hand size for optimal ergonomics. Making the pistol even more user-friendly, GLOCK has introduced a reversible magazine catch on the Gen4 pistols, now right and left-hand shooters can enjoy the pistol as Gaston Glock envisioned. To tame the recoil of the .40 S&W cartridge, GLOCK has introduced a dual recoil spring system that soaks the recoil up, making the GLOCK 23 very controllable.
Police and military turn to the Glock 23 for its robust, reliable design that continues to perform in the most taxing of situations. This pistol is offered with a 10 round magazine for restrictive states but a 13 round magazine may be fitted where legal. Thanks to the large magazine capacity, the GLOCK 23 has more than enough big bore firepower to be used as a standard sidearm while retaining a compact and concealable form factor for plain clothes officers.
Civilian shooters embrace the GLOCK 23 for many of the same reasons as militaries all over the world, but the customizability of the pistol also helps find a home for the compact Austrian pistol in competition circles as well as in the hands of concealed carriers and homeowners looking for a cost effective firearm to defend their families.
Specifications and Features:
.40 Smith & Wesson
Fixed GLOCK Sights
10 Round Magazine
GLOCK Weapon Rail
5.5 Pound Trigger Pull