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Looks Different AND Blends In at the Same Time

The Glock G19 in Multi Arid Camo Cerakote is custom-finished to Brownells specifications with a Cerakote coating that makes it stand out from the pack. Used by civilians, law enforcement personnel, and security firms worldwide, the 9x19mm-chambered G19 Gen3 service pistol is one of the most widely used, trusted, and reliable pistols ever made. More compact than the original G17, the Glock G19 Gen3 offers a 15-round capacity that makes it an excellent choice for duty, home defense, and concealed carry.

Our Glock G19 in Multi Arid Camo Cerakote features a tough, durable, nearly indestructible Cerakote finish in a camo pattern that’s excellent for operating in desert environments. Often referred to as "the world’s standard in firearm finishes," it is carefully applied to our specifications by a contractor trained and certified by NIC Industries, the makers of Cerakote. Cerakote is a thin, spray-on finish renowned for its durability, flexibility, hardness, adhesion, and resistance to heat, abrasion, UV radiation, and just about any other extreme condition your gun might be subjected to.

The Brownells-special Glock G19 in Multi Arid Camo Cerakote comes with all the standard features you expect from a Glock: the "Safe Action" trigger, simple, intuitive controls, comfortable ergonomics, easy takedown, and almost boringly predictable reliability - the pistol you want in your hand when the pressure is on. FFL required for purchase.

ITEM DETAILS
100-025-429WB
Action Type: Striker Fired
Barrel Length: 4"
Capacity: 15+1-Round
Cartridge: 9 mm Luger
Finish: Multi-Cam Arid Camo
Front Sight: Fixed
Length: 6.85"
Magazine Included: 2 x 15-Round
Magazine Type: Removable
Muzzle: Plain
Rear Sight: Fixed
Stock Material: Polymer
Weight: 1.44 lbs

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Discount codes do not work for glock. I just tried. Price is 499 plus fees and shipping

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Too good to be true... I knew it !

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its worth as much as sombodys willing to pay,thats goes for anything

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Damn I kinda like this color and I usually stick with black stock guns. This is a good price too

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Can someone please show me a sig that dropped hundreds of dollars when a new one came out. Don’t worry I’ll wait...

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Testicalreload , not sure what part of the us of a u live but i live in reality land and 3rd gens are lucky to bring 400 bucks in new shape. Throwing some coating on it makes it worth less to me. I like mine stock

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Just wonderin why you are on tjis post. This definitely is not a black Glock posted here. I dont care for S&W pistols But I dont go to every S&W post and complain about them or theirr price!

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Real witty. Another internet tough guy, I see.

I live in Florida, and there isn't a gun shop within 300 miles of here that will sell a brand new G19 gen3 for under $400. I'm not sure where "reality land" is, but considering the absolute cheapest G19 listed on this entire website with a price is $479. So where is this magical land that you live in where the gun shops all are selling Glock 19's for under $400? A few years back, I was an FFL holder. I had accounts at all the major distributors so I'm completely familiar with what wholesale price is on Glock 19's. Unless they are a huge volume Glock dealer that is ordering an extremely large quantity of pistols at a time, all your local dealers are losing money by selling these pistols at under $400.

But why don't you help out the rest of this website and post up your local dealers here so people can share the wealth of these $400 Glock 19's.

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Good price but...

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Glocks are gay.

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Gay like your dad.

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Must have taken a lot of effort to come up with an insult like that
Bet you had help:
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Must be since you’re here looking at it lol

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Thank you for your valuable contribution. You make this site a better place for all of us with your words of wisdom, and we are lucky to have you.

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The difference between a gen3 and gen5 in Kalifornia is huge. The first being available to purchase and the latter NOT! The wrath of a gun-free state utopia, sanctuary state and snowflake cry closets.

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Got my g19 gen 5 for 460 out the door with 3 mags and loader and back straps. But this one with the coating. Beautiful. Add it to it so 450 is about right

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Where exactly are you getting a NIB G19 gen5 for $460 OTD?

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I got Blue label. 424.99 plus tax. Come out exactly 460 OTD. Sorry that I didn’t mention Blue label

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Fair enough except since this one isn't blue label, it's not exactly an apples to apples comparison.

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I'm with the other commenter on here.
I would not buy a gen3 near this price, but this one is also a "cool" color so that's got to add to the value a bit for some.
4 and 5's are out gen3's will prob go cheaper or should go cheaper imo.
I know the gen3's work fine, but many people just want the newest, and this is 2 gens old. ;p

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400 is perfect but with cerekote. I would but I love my FNS

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All plastic guns should be sold for under the $400 mark.
The best upgrade you can add to your Glock is a Ghost Rocket 3.5 Connector, it has to be hand fitted, but it is really worth the effort, it greatly improves accuracy by eliminating over-travel in the trigger

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In a free market economy, all products "should" be priced at a point where the demand and supply dictates. If Glock can continue to command a premium over other plastic guns, then it would be foolish for them to sell for less. Not saying it's right or wrong... just that it's the way it is.

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I say it’s more foolish of them to limit the number of sales due to higher prices. If they were to sell their guns at say 75% of their current retail value, they would probably sell twice as many, thus having more sales and greater profits, but because they’re greedy, they limit the number of sales by increasing product prices

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Sales volume isn't everything. You can guarantee 100% market share and sell an infinite number of pistols if you price them for $0.

You don't get to be as big and successful as Glock without extremely smart financial brains setting the production / price (and an excellent marketing department). It's not "greed"... they are pricing their products where they need to be to maximize profit. If it truly was just "greed" and was as simple as you make it seem, then why wouldn't they follow your plan and make MORE money? That would be what greedy companies do, right? And on top of that, I'm not sure what country you live in, but the United States was built on capitalism. Build a good product and it will sell and make you money. Nothing wrong with that.

Plus once you start selling bargain basement priced pistols, it affects your image and what people think of the quality of your products. Taurus and KelTec sell a lot of guns for much cheaper, but I bet Glock sells tons more even though they are double or triple the price. You're boiling it down too simply -- it's way more complicated than that. You can spend years in college and grad school learning about the ins and outs of pricing models and maximizing profits. If the market changes and those changes demand adjustments in pricing schemes, I'm sure they will do it.

Not trying to sound rude or anything, but I'm pretty sure Glock knows how to properly run a gigantic firearms company better than AL74 on gun.deals.

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You’re just trying to turn the sale of a pistol into rocket science, get off that cloud and remove your space helmet. I live in the U.S. of A. but don’t know why you would bring that up unless you though that being an American gave you an advantage in making your point, again, get off your high horse. Glock will go out of business in a few years if they don’t reinvent themselves or lower their prices, call me a fool for saying that, but time will tell who’s the real idiot.

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Actually, Glock will always have customers. Some are selling their mod 3&4s for a mod 5. And will do the same when the 6&7s come out. I have a Glock 21/4 but am selling it. I have too many other pistols and never have time for it. Glocks are reliable and affordable, but I like my Springfields better. Not to mention if you want a cheap reliable 10mm ($510 two weeks ago on sale), a Glock 20/4 is about your only option.

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First of all, I mentioned the United States, because we run on capitalism. That means making a profit is the foundation of what makes us great. Talking about things like corporate "greed"... that's the language of the bitter socialist liberals who think big business is evil and owes us something.

Secondly, I'm not on a "high horse" nor am I turning the sale of a pistol into "rocket science". This is about the operation of a business. You clearly have no idea how business operates nor do you understand the basic theory of product pricing or economics. It doesn't matter if you're selling guns or hamburgers or toilet paper, the mechanics of pricing models are the same. If supply stays the same and demand drops, the price will drop. If not, then it won't. You want Glock to lower their prices? Then stop buying them. If enough people agree with you, the prices will either drop or Glock will lower production to keep prices stable. Either way, they will make less money (which would seem to make you happy for some reason).

Glock holds two thirds of the LE market in this country. They just landed a massive government contract; and despite losing the MIL trials, they are still in use by the military. Short of some sort of disastrous product liability problem due to faulty manufacturing, they are in almost zero danger of "going out of business in a few years" regardless of what some genius on gun.deals says. People have been trying to knock Glock off their pedestal for 30 years and the market is now flooded with cheaper and/or "better" plastic striker guns from every manufacturer under the sun... and it still hasn't happened. Quite frankly, I don't really care if they do go out of business or not. I have all the Glocks I will ever need, and nothing they've made recently appeals to me. But obviously someone is buying them.

And when Glock, having changed nothing, is still around and going strong in a couple of years, I'm so sure you'll come back to this area and post about how wrong you were back in May of 2018.

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Gen 3 for $490??? No way. Stop price another $100 then you got my attention

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Agree even a new GEN three should be under 400 now that the fives have come out

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"Should" is a matter of opinion. They aren't... and that's a matter of fact.

The difference between a gen 3 and a gen 5 are minimal except for the extra magazine when to comes to the standpoint of production costs. Just because it's a newer design, it doesn't mean that the older design suddenly justifies fire-sale prices. It's not like a leftover 2016 vehicle when the 2018 models come out. The gen 3 is still in production and many people (myself included) view them as a superior design to the gen 4 and 5 guns.

Until you actually see prices at $390 for gen3 guns, complaining that anything more than that is "overpriced" is just wishful thinking and pointless whining. Buy it or don't buy it, and move on.

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Seeing you reply to everyone is pointless whining, no one quite gives a fuck what you think either bub.

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Awesome response! And you are mentally disabled in what way??? Someone must, as you say, "gives a fuck". Hes getting more upvotes than you "bub'..

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You obviously cared enough to take the time to respond. Thank you for caring.

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