We’ve been trying to find out what all of the issues are with the availability of Glock Magazines. We still find several local police departments are having issues getting ammunition and gun parts because so much of it has still been dried up. Whav a few of the 45 GAP magazines in stock but frankly, that’s just because hardly anyone uses the Glock 38 and it’s really the 9mm and 40 cal and 45acp that everyone uses. Glocks are still the most popular gun for Police in our County although the Sig 229 has a strong presence. The Glock 21 45acp magazines are probable the most sought after gun magazine in our area and I have yet to see a single magazine available through any of our distributors. I find the Glock 21 to be too heavy of a gun let alone putting a light on it and having a giant bulky gun holster. Many of the Upper Darby Police Officers in our county are putting lights on their guns but that is for duty, not for CCW.
I find the Glock 30 to be a good in between size gun but the Glock 36 seems to not be very well balanced. If I knew I could get a hold of Glock magazines for a good price without all of the price gouging that went on after the Sandy Hook incident. Now that this Country is being awakened to the fact there are serious social issues going on and people are joining the NRA or getting firearms for the first time but paying attention to the availability of parts is something you will want to think about. Several People I know have found out the hard way when an extractor or firing pin failed on them and they couldn’t even acquire them for months.