Copies of the 2022 GCA Journal Are Still Available

In the 2022 edition of the GCA Journal, we look at the history of the Big Bore Baby GLOCKs, the G29 chambered in 10mm Auto, and its 45 Auto cousin, the G30. It is hard to believe but these guns have been around for 25 years and are still a benchmark for large caliber, subcompact pistols.

2022 Glock Collectors Association Journal

We do not typically focus on GLOCKs for foreign markets, but from time to time some of these guns are imported into the U.S. and then we take interest. The P9M is one of those guns. Originally spec’d out for the German GSG 9 Anti-Terrorist Unit, a few P9M pistols have made its way to our shores. If you can’t stand the wait go right to “Rare German-Issued GLOCK P9M” and read what we have found out about this rare, unicorn of a pistol based on the G17 Gen2.

Tim Mullen (GCA Life Member #004) shares with us his philosophy on engraved guns like the Colt Government Model and Colt Single Action Army as well as a GLOCK G19M Gen5 deluxe engraved and exclusive with Davidson’s.

The Mariner was offered by Lipsey’s in 2021 and it received a lot of interest. This is another semi-rare GLOCK pistol based on the G19 Gen3 that also has ties to a foreign government on the Pacific Rim.

In the Member Submissions column, our members share images of rare GLOCK patches and detailed specs on aftermarket firing pins.

Finally in GLOCK Q&A we answer member and non-member questions about GLOCKs. Email us your questions and include your name and address. We will not publish your personal information. We appreciate the thought and effort you make when asking questions. It makes all of us more knowledgeable.

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