GLOCK 33 REVIEW.
Glock 33 Review: This The Perfect Subcompact 9mm Handgun
The Glock 33 pistol in 9mm offers some great features to both experienced shooters and people looking to get into the shooting sports. Its many safety features make it safe to use, even if you’re not familiar with how semi-automatic pistols work, while its smaller size makes it easier to conceal than the other Glock models that come in larger calibers like .40 or .45 ACP.
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The Glock Model 33 is a subcompact 9mm handgun designed for concealed carry and self-defense. It is one of the most popular Glock models due to its small size and light weight. The Glock 33 has a magazine capacity of 9 rounds, making it a good choice for self-defense. The gun is also very accurate and easy to control. Overall, the Glock 33 is an excellent choice for a concealed carry handgun. It’s easy to use, accurate, lightweight and affordable. If you are looking for a reliable firearm that will fit in your hand well without being too big or heavy then I recommend considering the Glock 33 as your next purchase. With such a large selection of Glocks available at most gun stores, finding one with the features you want can be difficult. To make this process easier, consider some of these other Glock options when looking for a new pistol: Glock 17 vs Glock 34 comparison review; Glock 19 reviews; Glock 43 review
Features, Sights & Controls
The Glock 33 is a subcompact 9mm handgun that is designed for concealment. It has a 3.42 barrel and an overall length of 6.29. The gun weighs just 22.04 ounces unloaded, making it one of the lightest 9mm handguns on the market. The Glock 33 has a magazine capacity of 9 rounds, and comes with two magazines. The gun also has a Picatinny rail on the dust cover for mounting accessories. The sights are fixed, and the rear sight is dovetailed into the slide. The front sight is a white dot, and the rear sight is a white outline square. There are no controls on the left side of the gun, making it ambidextrous friendly. On the right side, there is a lever at the base of the grip that releases the locked back slide to load or unload. Once released, you can use your finger to push down on the lever while you pull back on the slide to load or unload. On top of this lever there is also a decocking lever which allows you to safely release tension in your trigger so that you can be safe when clearing your weapon (just make sure not to go past this point). To reload, simply place one round in at a time and then press down on both levers until they lock in place again.
The Glock 33 is a subcompact 9mm handgun designed for concealed carry and self-defense. It’s a reliable and accurate gun that’s easy to shoot well. The Glock 33 has a smooth trigger pull and a short reset, making it easy to shoot quickly and accurately. The gun is also very comfortable to carry, thanks to its compact size and light weight. Its long sight radius means that accuracy is good even at longer distances, which may be an advantage over other handguns with shorter sight radii. Overall, the Glock 33 is an excellent choice for people who want a reliable self-defense weapon in a small package. For more information about the Glock 33 or about any of our other products, please contact us today!
Field Stripping & Cleaning Tips
Glock recommends that you field strip and clean your Glock 33 every time you shoot it. Here are some tips to make the process easier:
1. Remove the magazine and make sure the chamber is empty.
2. Lock the slide back and remove the slide stop lever.
3. Pull the trigger to release the striker assembly.
4. Remove the slide from the frame.
5. Clean all parts with a gun cleaning solvent and a brush, paying special attention to the barrel and breech face.
6. Dry all parts with a clean cloth or compressed air, then lubricate them with a light gun oil before reassembling your Glock 33.
Accessories & Upgrades
The Glock 33 is a subcompact 9mm handgun that is perfect for concealed carry. It is reliable, accurate, and has a great trigger. The only downside is that it does not come with night sights or an extended magazine. However, there are many aftermarket accessories and upgrades available for this gun. With some of these upgrades, the Glock 33 becomes the perfect pistol for self-defense. One example of an upgrade is adding steel sights to the front and rear of the slide which aids in accuracy during low light conditions. Another good upgrade would be installing night sights to aid in aiming at nighttime hours. You can also get grip extensions to help improve recoil control during shooting. With these upgrades, you have a better chance of hitting your target more often and avoiding injury from stray bullets due to its lighter weight.
Pros & Cons of the Glock Model 33 Pistol
The Glock Model 33 is a subcompact 9mm handgun that has been on the market for several years. It is a popular choice for concealed carry and home defense. Here are some pros and cons of the Glock Model 33 pistol to help you decide if it’s right for you.
I have been shooting Glocks since 1986, when I was in the USMC, so I am always very interested in new models coming out from Glock. So when I heard about the Glock Model 33 pistol, I was intrigued by its design as a subcompact 9mm with an external safety, long sight radius, and no finger grooves. As soon as it became available, I purchased one to test it out (and because I just love shooting Glocks).
The initial impression upon picking up this gun is its light weight due to its all polymer construction. For those who want an even lighter Glock pistol, there is also the Glock 42 (.380 ACP) which weighs in at only 12 ounces. One unique feature of the Glock Model 33 is its slide-mounted external safety lever which allows for operation without changing your grip on the gun. With a 3.4 inch barrel and 6 round magazine capacity, this firearm feels great in my hand and would be suitable for self-defense or hunting small game at close range.
As far as reliability goes, both my Glock Model 33 and Glock 42 have functioned flawlessly without any malfunctions after firing hundreds of rounds each through them while they were new. High muzzle velocity and energy packed in an easy handling subcompact pistol: The GLOCK 33 in .357 opens up entirely new possibilities for you.
The Glock 33 is the fourth iteration in a series of weapons chambered for the .357 Sig Sauer or Federal .357 round. It is what many people call a “baby Glock” due to its small proportions. As such, it is almost half an inch shorter in the barrel than the G32.
The bottom of the standard clip is ¾ of an inch shorter than that of the G32. It is visibly identical to the G32 in every regard except the length of the barrel and grip.
So what you’re looking at here is a powerful and snappy gun that is relatively easy to conceal and more difficult to handle. glock 33 review
As a subcompact weapon, it is in a category in which we find a lot of revolvers. That being the case, the G33 is likely to be the better choice because it’s lighter, slips into a concealed space more smoothly, and gives you four more rounds than most revolvers.
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The one drawback of this weapon is that it is both powerful and small, making it difficult to handle. If you were to go to the range and test it next to a gun like the G32 or G31 and did not have good grip strength and control, the G33 might seem to be the clear loser in your mind.
That being the case, it is likely that many people are turned off by the Glock 33 prematurely. In reality, developing the grip strength and control reflexes to handle this gun is well within the ability of any shooter at any skill level.
In other words, an initial impression may put someone off when, with just a few weeks of practice and hand strengthening exercises, they could easily overcome any difficulties with this gun. glock 33 review
That being the case, if you can fire the G33 or can learn to fire it, it is highly recommended. You will be getting all of the benefits of owning a Glock. These include excellent customer support, a massive list of possible customizations, and the accuracy and reliability that this brand is known for.
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For practiced shooters, this is an excellent choice for every day carry as it is light and powerful. For those who are put off by its snappy personality, if you were to spend some time with this gun, you would get all of the benefits of Glock in a comfortable and convenient package that is frankly very difficult to beat.
Finally, we come to the .357 Sig Sauer round. This is not as powerful as a .40 caliber round, but it’s close. The round is favored by law enforcement all over the United States, and the Sig Sauer company is known for its good quality control.
It is an expensive round, so practice won’t be cheap. But many revere powerful loads like the .357 offers because it encourages careful shooting. After all, it is better to aim and hit your target than to panic and miss.
It may take a bit longer to put a powerful round on a target, but when it hits, you can be sure it will affect when it hits. When it comes to self-defense agent attackers, power is what will save your life. glock 33 review
As with all Glock pistols, the G33 is highly customizable and upgradeable. Here are three simple, affordable items that can make a big difference in your effectiveness with this weapon.
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- Slide Lock Spring: A useful replacement that offers better functionality than the stock version on some models.
- Extractor Depressor Spring: Simple to install, the extractor depressor spring can improve the overall action and reliability of your Glock 33.
In conclusion, we recommend the Glock 33 to anyone who can shoot it competently or who is willing to put in the practice needed to become competent with it.