|Full name||Glock 17|
|Country of origin||Austria|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Tokui Sora|
|Released on||CN (格洛克17), TW (格洛克17), KR (글록 17), EN (G17), JP (G17)|
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How to obtain
NORMALHEAVY Not craftable.
DROP Drops only from Scarecrow in 1-6 and 1-4E. Can also be obtained by S-Ranking the map and by Auto-battles
REWARD Not obtained as a reward
There is no exclusive equipment for this T-Doll.
Stats / Data
The Glock 17 is a polymer-frame, short recoil-operated, locked-breech semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum. It the first pistol in a massive lineup of polymer handguns produced by Glock Ges.m.b.H. in Deutsch-Wagram, Austria. The manufacturer refers to them as the Glock "Safe Action" Pistol. The company's founder, head engineer Gaston Glock, had no experience with firearms design or manufacture at the time their first pistol was being prototyped. Glock did, however, have extensive experience in advanced synthetic polymers, which was instrumental in the company's design of the first commercially successful line of polymer frame handguns.
In 1980, the Austrian Armed Forces announced that it would begin looking for a modern handgun to replace their World War II–era Walther P38 handguns. The Austrian Ministry of Defence formulated a list of 17 criteria for the new generation service pistol, which stated that the pistol must be self-loading, be chambered for the NATO-standard 9×19 mm Parabellum round, have easy-to-use magazines that required no external mechanism to load, and be protected from accidental discharge when dropped.
Glock became aware of the Austrian Army's pistol trials, and in 1982 assembled a team of Europe's leading handgun experts from military, police, and civilian sport-shooting circles to define the most desirable characteristics for a combat pistol. Within three months, Glock developed a working prototype that combined proven mechanisms and traits from previous pistol designs. The Glock design made extensive use of polymers and synthetic materials, which helped to save on weight and make the gun cheaper to produce.
Several samples of the 9×19mm Glock 17 (so named because it was the 17th patent procured by the company) were submitted for assessment trials in early 1982, and after passing all of the exhaustive endurance and abuse tests, the Glock emerged as the winner. The Glock 17 outperformed eight different pistols from five other established manufacturers, beating out submissions from Heckler and Koch, SIG, Beretta, FN Herstal, and Steyr. The handgun was adopted into service with the Austrian military and police forces in 1982 as the P80.
The results of the Austrian trials sparked a wave of interest in Western Europe and overseas, particularly in the United States, where a similar effort to select a service-wide replacement for the M1911 had been going on since the late 1970s. In late 1983, the United States Department of Defense inquired about the Glock pistol, and received four samples of the Glock 17 for unofficial evaluation. Glock was then invited to participate in the XM9 Personal Defense Pistol Trials, but declined because the DOD specifications would require extensive retooling of production equipment. The DOD also wanted 35 test pistols, a number that was deemed unrealistic given the time frame allotted.
Following its adoption by the Norwegians in 1985 and the Swedish army in 1988, the Glock 17 became a NATO standard sidearm. By 1992, some 350,000 pistols had been sold in more than 45 countries, including 250,000 in the United States alone. Despite initial resistance in the United States to accept a "plastic gun" due to durability concerns, and fear that the pistol would be "invisible" to metal detectors in airports, Glock pistols now make up 65% of the market share of handguns for American law enforcement agencies. They have also supplied numerous armed forces, security agencies, and police forces in 48+ countries. Glocks are extremely popular firearms among civilians for recreational/competition shooting, home/self defense, and concealed or open carry.
The Glock 17 currently has five generation models, each generation adding small changes like accessory rails and changeable backstraps.
Glock 17's outfit kind of resembles that of a police officer, due to the Glock's popularity with law enforcement agencies.
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