Loaded Chamber Indicator
Front Sight: Fixed White Dot Steel
Rear Sight: Serrated Steel Drift Adjustable
The G3 continues the proven polymer-frame profile now in a full-frame configuration, with generous stippling patches across the grip for maximum control and retention in any shooting condition, an ergonomic palm swell and side-frame Memory Pads that provide quick, positive hand positioning. The frame has an integrated Picatinny rail. A manual safety and slide release lever are optimally positioned above the thumb for easy manipulation. A refined element of the G3 is the 6-lb. trigger, designed with a smooth take-up and a surprisingly crisp, clean break exceeding that of typical striker-fired pistol trigger performance. A short reset promotes quick, controlled follow-up shots. This sighting system now includes a serrated steel rear sight along with a white dot steel front sight.
Manufacturer Part # 1-G3B941-17
Type Striker Fired
Size Full Size
Barrel Length 4"
Accessories 2 Magazines
Sights Adjustable Sights
Subcategory Pistols - Polymer Frame
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