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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by glocker73, Apr 22, 2012.
Just curious is to why Glock doesn't have a G24? Or did they? If anyone knows, let me know! Thanks!
They did, it was a longslide .40 S&W, but I don't know what happened to it. I guess it is the G35 now.
Glock named products by the order he manufactured them. The Glock 17 was the 17th product he produced. I think that's what I read somewhere. I'm sure others can shed more light on this.
Where is the Glock 1-16?
The Glock 17 was his 17th patent, not product. Thats why it starts at 17 and there is no 1-16, patents that they didn't end up using or other possible products.
Ahh, thats makes sense
Wikipedia has this listed as a "competition" model.
The 24 and 17L were the competition models before the 34 and 35 were produced, I believe.
The 24 is still available. It is also listed in the 2012 product magazine that just came in the mail. One of the LGS I visit, has a NIB on the shelf. I have been tempted to get it.
What's different between the 24 and 35? I've never actually seen a 24 in person.
The barrel on the 24 is 6.06" and the 35 is 5.31".
Buds gun shop online has one for sale! Yea the barrel is just over a half inch longer.
Learn something new everyday...!!
The 24 is essentially a 22L like the 17L is to the 17. The 24 is more expensive than a G35. That's one reason I bought a Gen4 34 over a 17L.
Thanks for all the feedback fellow Glockers!
Great info in here. I often wondered where the numbers came from.
The 17L and the 24 aren't eligible for IDPA, hence the 34 and 35 came out with the slightly shorter barrel.