Glock Original Series
In 1980, the Austrian Army announced a competition for a new army pistol. The military order is a tidbit for any arms manufacturer, so it attracted the interest of well-known companies in the arms community: Beretta, Heckler & Koch and Steyr. Two years later, the Austrian company Glock, an unknown manufacturer of knives, sapper blades and other military equipment, was declared the winner.
The weapon presented by the company for testing was made with extensive use of reinforced plastics. Another distinctive feature was the complete absence of traditional external safety catches. Following Austria, the Swedish and Norwegian armies were interested in the new gun. That's how the Glock became famous worldwide.
Characteristics of design
The body of the game set resembles that of airsoft models. There is also no hammer. The body is made of a metal alloy using aluminum. That's why Glock is light and extremely durable. The tagger weights 605 g. The principle of operation of the game set without a safety catch - "pull and shoot". This gun is great for use as an additional weapon.
The open sighting equipment is mounted on the flat top surface of the bolt and include a foresight with a sight. The foresight and rectangular slot are equipped with luminous points.
The optimal range is up to 40 m. The grip has front and side finger recesses. This allows the gun to rest comfortably in the hand.
The game set comes with only a tagger. Additional equipment, hit sensors, chargers are available separately.
The lithium battery provides up to 10 hours of operating time on a single charge. The pistol is key-operated. The anti-vandal mechanism is located at the bottom of the magazine. Use the bolt to reload the model.
Another important feature of the game set: the tagger is fitted with a return spring, so you don't have to reset the bolt carrier yourself when reloading.
|up to 10 h
|Li+ (0,75 Ah; 7,4V)
|Li+ (8,4V; 1000 mA)
Effective firing range