GLOCK 31 357 SIG for sale
Looking for a Glock 31 (357 SIG) for sale? We've got you covered!
Glock pistols are some of the most popular firearms in the world, and there’s plenty of reason why. They’re affordable, reliable, and powerful, making them good for concealed carry or home defense. One Glock model that isn’t quite as well-known as others is the Glock 31, which fires 357 SIG rounds as opposed to traditional 9mm rounds. In this article, we’ll take a look at what makes the Glock 31 unique, and what makes it an excellent choice for self-defense weapons both at home and while on the go!
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When it comes to finding a Glock 31 (357 SIG) for sale, there are a few things you need to know. First, the Glock 31 is a compact pistol that was designed for law enforcement and military use. It is chambered in 357 SIG and has a magazine capacity of 13 rounds. The Glock 31 is known for its accuracy and reliability, making it a great choice for self-defense or competition shooting. If you’re looking for a Glock 31 (357 SIG) for sale, we’ve got you covered. We have a wide selection of Glock pistols available, so you can find the perfect one for your needs. Our prices are competitive, but don’t forget about our membership discounts too. Our members save 10% on every purchase with free shipping on orders over $100! Join now and get free stuff with your first purchase too – not just on guns either! You’ll love our new deals. Check out this Glocks SALE at 50% off. Hurry before they’re gone for good!
specific features of glock 31
The Glock 31 is a semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured by Glock. It is chambered for the .357 SIG cartridge, which is also used by the Smith & Wesson M&P340 and Ruger LC9s. The G31 has a standard magazine capacity of 13 rounds. It has a fixed sights with white dot front sight and white outline rear sight. The slide stop lever and magazine release are ambidextrous. The gun measures 6.41 inches in length with a 4.17-inch barrel. It weighs 25.06 ounces unloaded and has a black matte finish. Other features include an underbarrel rail that can accommodate various accessories, such as lights or lasers. Furthermore, this gun has two interchangeable backstraps so shooters can customize their grip to best fit their hand size. One downside to this model is that it cannot use Glock magazines; they have been replaced with a modified version made specifically for the Gun. Despite this drawback, the Gun still makes a reliable carry weapon at an affordable price point.
The Glock 31 is perfect for concealed carry because of its slim profile and lightweight design. Whether you’re looking for a first handgun or want something for self-defense, check out our selection of new and used models today!
Where to look
When looking for a Glock 31 (357 SIG) for sale, the best place to start is with a gun dealer that you trust. If you don’t have a personal recommendation, look for online reviews or ask around at your local gun range. Once you’ve found a few dealers, give them a call and ask about their prices and inventory. If they don’t have what you’re looking for in stock, they may be able to order it for you. Another option is to check online classifieds sites like usglockstores. Finally, if you know someone who owns a Glock 31 (357 SIG), ask them if they’re interested in selling it! It’s always good to get a first-hand account of how well these guns perform. Ask questions about their experience with this particular model and its accessories. You’ll also want to inquire about any aftermarket parts they’ve installed, as many people do so customize the firearm before purchase. Just make sure that when you buy one of these guns from someone else, you do so legally; only complete the transaction through an FFL holder.
Tips on how to make the purchase
Purchasing a firearm can be a daunting task, but we’re here to help! Here are some tips on how to buy a gun:
1. Do your research. Before you purchase a gun, it’s important to do your research and find the right one for you. There are many different types of guns available on the market, so it’s important to find the one that best suits your needs.
2. Find a reputable dealer. Once you’ve decided on the type of gun you’d like to purchase, it’s time to find a reputable dealer. Ask around for recommendations or look for online reviews to find a dealer that you can trust.
3. Get a background check. In order to purchase a gun, you’ll need to pass a background check.
357 sig. The GLOCK 31 is the optimum solution for all who are looking for these ballistic advantages in a reliable, yet light pistol with large magazine capacity.
In the early 1990s, a handful of calibers emerged to challenge the nine-millimeter as the dominant semi-automatic handgun round. One of these, the .357 Sig, is the caliber of choice for the Glock 31 pistol.
Glock 31 357 sig description
The Glock is the company’s offering for those into high velocity or long distance handgun shooting. The G31 also comes with a large magazine capacity, making it an excellent self-defense or duty sidearm.
Over the course of the gun battle, which saw the federal agents pinned down by suppressive fire from a Ruger Mini-14 semi-automatic rifle, two agents were killed and another five wounded.
The two bank robbers were hit multiple times by incoming fire but were both able to continue shooting, contributing to the very high law enforcement casualty rate.
In the aftermath of the shootout, the FBI and other government agencies began the search for a new, more powerful handgun round. Nine-millimeter and .38 Special proved ineffective at stopping the robbers, while .357 Magnum was a revolver cartridge that limited the user’s carrying capacity to six rounds at a time. Law enforcement wanted a powerful round that could be carried in large quantities.
An attempt by Sig Sauer and Federal Ammunition to duplicate the .357 Magnum round in a pistol cartridge resulted in the new .357 Sig. Federal’s .357 Magnum 125 grain jacketed hollow pointround generates 575 foot-pounds at the muzzle, with a velocity of 1440 feet per second—well above the speed of sound.
Federal’s new .357 Sig 125 grain jacketed hollow point round, on the other hand, generates 506 foot-pounds with a velocity of 1350 feet per second. The higher velocity of .357 Sig not only translates into more energy delivered on-target but gives it a flatter shooting trajectory over nine-millimeter and .38 Special.
The Glock 31 is Glock’s entry in the .357 Sig market, admittedly a niche market but one with a devoted following. G31 is dimensionally identical to the Glock 17, the original Glock chambered in nine-millimeter, as the difference between .357 inches and nine-millimeters is just a matter of .06 millimeters.
This Glock is 8.03 inches long, 5.47 inches high, with a slide width of 1.0 inches and an overall width of 1.26 inches. The two Glocks both have a barrel length of 4.49 inches. The Glock 31 is just over one ounce heavier than the Glock 17 empty.
The Glock is the exact same striker-fired pistol as other Glocks. Unlike traditional semi-automatic pistols, the striker mechanism lacks a hammer, allowing for a smoother draw from under clothing and a more consistent trigger pull. The newer pistol also incorporates Glock’s Safe Action system.
The system, standard on all Glock pistols, uses three-built in safeties: a trigger safety built into the trigger that requires finger pressure on the trigger to fire, a firing pin safety that prevents inadvertent movement of the firing pin, and a drop safety that prevents the gun from discharging if dropped. Like all Glocks, however, it lacks a manual safety.
All of this means that migrating from the Glock 17 to Glock 31 platform requires a new handgun and ammunition. In most cases, the same holster can accommodate either handgun, and accessories such as weapon lights and magazine holders can be migrated over to this pistol.
The Glock uses the same manual of arms to operate, resulting in fewer training hours required to switch over. The biggest training issue is the increased recoil of the .357 Sig round, which is considerably greater than the nine-millimeter round.
Kyle Mizokami is a writer based in San Francisco who has appeared in The Diplomat, Foreign Policy, War is Boring and The Daily Beast. In 2009 he co-founded the defense and security blog Japan Security Watch.
Glock Model 31
Glock 31 Specifications
|Action||Safe Action (constant double action mode)|
|Overall length (slide)||7.32 in. (186 mm)|
|Height, including magazine||5.43 in. (138 mm)|
|Width||1.18 in. (30 mm)|
|Barrel length||4.49 in. (114 mm)|
|Sight radius||6.49 in. (165 mm)|
|Rifling||Hexagonal profile with right-hand twist of one turn in 15.98 in. (406 mm)|
|Weight, without magazine||23.28 oz. (660 g)|
|Weight, empty magazine||2.75 oz. (78 g)|
|Weight, full magazine||~9.87 oz. (~280 g)|
|Magazine capacity||15 rounds|
|Standard trigger pull||~5.5 lbs. (~2.5 kg)|
|Trigger pull length||0.5 in. (12.5 mm)|
|Number of safeties||3|