Glock 17L (9mm)

(4 customer reviews)

$650.00

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Description

The Glock 17L is a different take on one of America’s most popular guns.

The long barrel and slide is 1.5 inches longer than the standard Glock 17, which helps increase accuracy. The improved sight radius makes a big difference in target acquisition and precise placement ability. The slide comes ported, which cuts down on slide weight.

Overall this is may be one of the most accurate factory Glocks!

4 reviews for Glock 17L (9mm)

  1. Fabrice

    After owning a couple different semi-auto 12 gauge, I was quite reluctant to give the Benelli M4 a try. I have a long shooting history with pump action shotguns so my experience with semiautos was and still is quite limited. I kept thinking “who would pay almost two-thousand dollars for a shotgun that only carries up to six rounds? I was determined to get a semi auto “tactical” style 12 gauge that would work with at least most types of commonly found rounds. I’m not much of a hunter and shoot mostly recreationally. I ended up forking over the necessary $ for this gun and took it out shooting. To my pleasant surprise, my Benelli M4 chewed up everything except Herter’s field loads from cheap Winchester target loads to heavy buckshot loads. This is my 3rd semi-auto shotgun and as the saying goes “The third time is the charm.” Benelli’s ARGO gas system is IMO one of the best engineered operating systems for a shotgun and is easy to maintain. There are very few moving parts and I can see why the Benelli M4 commands such a high price tag.

  2. Edward

    Probably the best semi auto shotgun that money can buy. Will be reliable for tens of thousands of rounds. Keep in mind that it will be very expensive to add a higher capacity tube because of ATF rules on this imported shotgun. The stock is very long for me, even with long arms. The height is also difficult to use with optic. The charging handle is very small and short, making it difficult to quickly manipulate. My only other complaint is that the bolt release button is much too small, with necessitates yet another upgrade. I wish Benelli would design a larger bolt release, a larger charging handle, and a shorter/higher stock to begin with, which would make this shotgun absolutely perfect out of the box.

  3. Joel Morata

    I purchased the flat dark earth CeraKote and was a little apprehensive, because I didn’t like what it looked like online. In person, the color is great and I like the durability of the CerKote finish. The staff at my local store took really good care of me during the checkout process. I assembled the gun myself when I arrived home and it went together very easily and in just a few minutes with a very easy to understand full-color instruction manual. I have no issue with the bolt handle for racking in the first round, it’s a good size and I have big hands and can manipulate it easily. The gun has a nice balance and fits comfortably in the shooting position. I installed an EoTech holographic sight on the rail, and yes, you do have to lift your head up to see through any optic you have on that top rail. It’s not a problem because I put a Blackhawk foam/synthetic leather cheek pad on all my rifles and shotguns since none of them have perfectly fitted stocks (except my F-Class rifle that has an adjustable cheek piece). With that pad in place, I get a comfortable place to rest my face and it elevates me enough so that I can use the optic. The pistol grip is nice and comfortable for my XXL hands and the entire gun is very solidly built with great attention to detail. It would be nice if it had more magazine tube capacity (it’s competition made by FNH is an 8+1) but I don’t care so much about that as to have it affect my decision to purchase this gun, 5+1 is good enough for me.

  4. Ying Yue

    Just wanted to add a few lines about Italian shotguns.
    1. Italian ammo (which is very good) may not work well in self-loading Italian shotguns.
    2. So-called “light-loads” may not/will not properly function in a self-loading shotguns. This applies to “less lethal” loads as well.
    3. Military uses only a designated “standard” ammo that was made for a specific model. It was designed, tested and made in huge quantities so it works as expected. Do not assume that the “good deal” ammo will work just as well as top-quality mil-spec ammo.

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