On June 10, a Glock magazine advertised a $299.99 MSRP.
A few days later, Glock dropped the price to $199.99.
It’s unclear whether the company dropped the advertised price because of a shortage or because of its low stock.
(The Glock 43 is still listed for $299, but it’s been replaced by the Glock 42.)
In fact, the new Glock 43 has a higher MSRP than the one advertised by Glock.
That’s because the company has increased the weight of the magazine from 1.5 ounces to 2.2 ounces.
(Glock has not provided us with the weight increase in a statement.)
The company has also increased the capacity of the Glock 43, which it says is “approximately the same size as the original Glock 43.”
The magazine now has an internal capacity of 22 rounds.
The company says that this increase in capacity is due to a new manufacturing process that eliminates “hard to remove components and the need to remove and replace internal components.”
The new manufacturing technology means the Glock has a “stronger internal resistance” that prevents it from falling out of the gun.
The Glock now also has a shorter trigger pull, which Glock says will make it easier to pull the gun back and reload.
But it doesn’t explain what other changes are being made to the Glock.
Glock has previously released an official “Glock 42” magazine, but that magazine only comes with a single magazine, not two.
The company has been releasing a Glock “42” magazine since October, and it is supposed to include a second, larger magazine.
The second one is supposed for the Glock 44, and will likely be called “G.S. 41.”
In addition to a more robust trigger pull and longer pull, the Glock “40” magazine has been updated with a “glock 41” logo.
The Glock “41” magazine comes with the same trigger and sights, but the “glocks 41” is more comfortable to use.
It has also been redesigned to have a “trigger” that looks like a “G” logo and has a grip on the magazine that can be used as a carry handle.
We’ll have more on this story in the coming days.