The Glock 34 was developed and produced in 1998 as a competition variant of the original Glock 17. The Glock 34 has a longer barrel and slide than the Glock 17 as well as an extended magazine release, an extended slide stop lever, an altered trigger pull, and adjustable rear sights. The top of the Glock 34’s slide is milled out which reduces the front-end weight to better balance the pistol. The Glock 34 has been used both as a competition IPSC pistol as well as a tactical service pistol for law enforcement and military agencies.
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