The Glock 21 gen4 is a 9mm caliber pistol that has been in production since 1994. It’s considered to be one of Glock’s most popular models and many law enforcement agencies have adopted it as their service weapon. This firearm comes with a standard capacity of 15 rounds, but the magazine can hold up to 17 rounds for extended periods of time without being reloaded. The Glock 21 gen 4 also features an accessory rail that allows you to attach accessories or other equipment such as a flashlight or laser pointer making this gun very versatile!
Glock 21 Gen 4 For sale
We have Glock 21 gen 4 for sale. The Glock is in excellent condition and comes with two magazines, night sights, and a hard case. I will also include an extended slide stop lever and a Glock factory magazine loader. This was my personal firearm that I used at the range occasionally but it has been stored away since 2013. If you’re looking for a quality Glock, this one may be perfect!
Glock 21 Gen 4 Problems
Glock 21 gen 4 is a popular handgun that has many fans. It also comes with a lot of problems and potential malfunctions. In this article, we’ll go over the Glock 21 gen 4 problems and how you can fix them yourself or send it in for repairs.
1) Dirty Magazine – How to clean your Glock magazines: First off, be sure to remove the magazine from the gun before cleaning! You don’t want to dump all that dirt into your Glock’s chamber. Next, use some mild soap on a rag or sponge and scrub down both sides of the magazine tube inside and out. Rinse well with water then let air dry completely before inserting back into the gun (so it doesn’t get rust spots).
Do not use oil to clean Glock magazines. Oil will cause the magazine spring and follower assembly to stick together when they’re dry, which makes them difficult or impossible to put back inside the magazine tube. When you can’t insert your Glock’s magazine without a struggle, then that means it’s time to replace it.
Next, wipe down the Glock frame with a rag or wet sponge to remove any dirt and grit that’s been sitting on top of it for days. Finally, use a cotton swab and some rubbing alcohol to clean out your Glock barrel (inside). Rinse well with water then let air dry completely before inserting the magazine.