Gun Report

Glock 31 .357 Sig

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This gun functioned reliably, felt great, and shot accurately enough for a defensive handgun.

Glock 31 .357 Sig

Gun Details

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Model Name
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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Caliber Plus Cartridge
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Weight Unloaded
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Barrel Length
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Overall Height
Maximum Width
Frame Material
Barrel Material
Grip Material
Trigger Pull Single

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The Glock 31's slide catch was a stamped-steel lever with a grooved face. The magazine release was a polymer button with a serrated face. Right and left-handed shooters could disengage the manual trigger blocking safety without any special effort while pulling the trigger.
Our Glock 31 didn’t have the manufacturer’s latest features, such as finger grooves on the front of the grip and accessory rails on the front of the frame, but newer guns will have them.

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