Glock 17 Gen5 Gas Blowback Airsoft Pistol, Black
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The Umarex Elite Force Glock 17 is a phenomenal addition to Airsoft skirmishes. The gun jumps out of the box with a classic design. Far from subtle with the symbols, the Glock trademarks are molded into the pistol’s frame and etched onto the slide.
The external components are a major reason why Airsoft players will adore this weapon. The frame is made of high-density polymer, whereas the slide is reinforced with aluminum alloy – both of which add to the gun’s outstanding durability. Additionally, the Glock 17 features an ergonomically textured grip to ensure better handling, allowing you to keep the gun steady while firing and to get a better feel. Plus, the pistol is more versatile than its predecessors owing to the removal of finger grooves.
There’s also the conveniently designed slide that lets you handle the weapon more comfortably. In particular, the slide is serrated and makes for effortless racking of the gun, which can save time on the battlefield. You also get to use a tough full-metal framed magazine with a decent capacity of up to 23 rounds. The magazine’s push-button release system is convenient and allows the shooter to reload quickly.
The pistol lets you make lots of modifications to enhance your shooting experience. The under-rail can hold various tactical accessories, such as lasers and flashlights. You can also adjust the hop-up system to decrease or increase your BB spin. Last but not least, there’s the streamlined trigger safety designed to prevent misfires, and the gas blowback operation replicates realistic recoil.
- Material - Metal Slide and Polymer Frame
- Operation – Gas Blowback
- Muzzle Velocity – 0.20g Ball Bearings at 325 FPS
- Length – eight inches
- Hop-Up: Adjustable
- Color: Black
- Magazine Capacity – 23 Rounds (Works with VFC and Umarex Glock Magazine)