GLOCK 31 Standard | .357 Details
The high-performance GLOCK 31 is characterized by a high muzzle velocity, ideal for long shooting distances. This 357 SIG pistol is the optimum solution for those looking for these attributes in a reliable, yet lightweight, pistol with a large magazine capacity.
Nothing compares, Even remotely to the gen3 glock31.I have consistently gotten less than 5 inch patterns at over 50 yards with 11 out of 14 rounds. The power of .357 mag pushing a size of a nine mm bullet is an unbeatable combination.
Hunting distance of a 12 gauge , stopping power of a nine. A hollow point will drop a big hog at long range with a well placed shot.
The GLOCK 31 Standard | .357 is Glock’s entry in the .357 Sig market, admittedly a niche market but one with a devoted following. GLOCK 31 Standard | .357 is dimensionally identical to the Glock 17, the original Glock chambered in nine-millimeter, as the difference between .357 inches and nine-millimeters is just a matter of .06 millimeters. The Glock 31 is 8.03 inches long, 5.47 inches high, with a slide width of 1.0 inches and an overall width of 1.26 inches. The two Glocks both have a barrel length of 4.49 inches. The Glock 31 is just over one ounce heavier than the Glock 17 empty.
The GLOCK 31 Standard | .357 is the exact same striker-fired pistol as other Glocks. Unlike traditional semi-automatic pistols, the striker mechanism lacks a hammer, allowing for a smoother draw from under clothing and a more consistent trigger pull. The newer pistol also incorporates Glock’s Safe Action system.
The system, standard on all Glock pistols, uses three-built in safeties: a trigger safety built into the trigger that requires finger pressure on the trigger to fire, a firing pin safety that prevents inadvertent movement of the firing pin, and a drop safety that prevents the gun from discharging if dropped. Like all Glocks, however, it lacks a manual safety.