Glocktober Grand Finale

                This week only from Friday October 25th until the 31st 2019 we are offering extended sales on all promoted products throughout this month. That is 10-15% off of over 1,000 products! In case you missed out, we have smashing sales on select parts for all Glock models. If you missed out on any of our Glocktober sales don’t worry, we are activating all of them this week. Our sales include a selection of magazine plates, magazine extensions, finger extensions, rear plates, Glocktober Special Edition Orange kits, guide rods, extended slide releases, extended magazine releases, Ameriglo sites, knives and much more. Take a look at what we have on sale.

Here is a history recap and some extra information about Glock.

In 1963, in Deutsch-Wagram, Austria, Glock was created. Eager business man and manufacturer of molding parts Gaston Glock begun his journey into creating a firearm empire. In its early stages, Glock started out as a company producing “a line of knives, grenade casings and machine gun belt links”1 but did not produce its first gun until the early 1980s. The first Glock run of Gen 1 started off in Austria as a response to wrapping up The Cold War, improving gun reliability, and safety for Austria’s military. The cold war took place from 1947- 1991. Austria was a “Cold War neutral state. It played a crucial role as a mediator and ‘bridge builder’ between East and West.”2 To reduce the chance of accidental firearm discharge, Gaston Glock offered a firearm with “three internal safeties – the trigger, firing pin and drop safeties.”3 Word of the Glock Gen 1 spread and the Glock Gen 1 soon after was sold in the USA.

 Over the years Glock produced many pistols and accessories. Below is a chart to show some of the more popular models and the dates that they were released.


Glocktober 2019 Week Four

Glocktober is coming to an end soon but our sales are not. Our Glock Gen 5 Special Edition Orange is on sale for  10% off from the 18th of October until the 24th. This week we are also offering 15 % off of NDZ Brand Glock Gen 5 select products and a 10% off of select knives and everyday carry gear.

Now a little history on the Glock Gen 5.

The Glock Gen 5 was released in 2017 and went back to a sleek hand grip. This pistol also features a removable mounting plate. A removable mounting plate makes it easy for the user to install a red dot sight. The Glock Gen 5 has a flared magazine well making it a lot easier and quicker to reload, and also provides a higher grip. Just like the previous Gen 4, the Gen 5 has the capability to be for both right and left handed users.

Stay tuned for more Glocktober sales for the next two weeks!

#Glocktober 2019 Week Three

                 Glocktober continues and our Special Edition Orange is hot, hot, hot. October 11th until the 18th 2019 brings in a new sale week. This week you can enjoy 15% OFF on select Glock guide rods, extended slide lock levers, and magazine releases. We are also offering 10% off of Glock Gen 4 Special Edition Orange Kits & Ameriglo Classic & 1-Dot Sight Sets. Check it out here.

 Now for a little Glock history…

Glock’s Gen 4 pistol was released back in 2010, with a slightly smaller base than the Gen 3. What was and still is monumental about the Gen 4 is that the magazine catches where made reversible so this firearm could be used by both right-handed and left-handed shooters. On top of the Gen 4’s ambidextrous feature, the Glock Gen 4 has a dual magazine spring which helps to reduce recoil.


In addition to this week’s Glocktober sales, next week we will offer new sales on different select Glock upgrades and accessories including the Glock G5 Special Edition Orange Kit.

Also check out our new Glock 43x & 48 parts and accessories, including magazine finger extensions, slide racker plates and much more! Check it out here. Coming soon are Glock 43x & 48 +2 Mag extensions.

NDZ #Glocktober 2019 Festivities

You are in for a month-long sweet treat, all pew-pew with zero regrets, pumpkin spice, and crisp special edition sets for your Glocks. As October continues and the weather begins to cool down our sales start to heat up. This October (or as we like to call it Glocktober) we are offering special edition orange kits for your firearms. Our Glocktober special edition orange kits will fit your Glock 43x, 48, gen. 5, gen. 4, and gen. 1-3. Our unique kits are laser engravable with the same image on all parts. You can choose one image from over 2,000 images found in the image library on our website. Get into the holiday spirit and see just how sweet these special edition kits will look on your Glock.

                We are a few days into October and our sales have just begun. This week starting on the 4th of October until the 10th of October 2019 are offering up to 15% off of select accessories for your Glock. Check out our sales over at, including our Special Edition Orange Glocktober kit available for your Glock 43X & Glock 48, Glock G1-3, Glock G4, and Glock G5.

Now for a little History on your Glock Generations 1-3.

Glock gen. 1 first came in 1982 and was well loved by military along with police personnel worldwide for its accuracy and capability to be carried.  

The Glock gen. 2 was introduced to the general public in 1988 with checkering added to the front and rear of the grip to assist with better grip support.

The Glock gen. 3 hit the general public in 1995 and featured finger grooves and a light rail. The finger grooves assisted with grip support and provided a more secure hold for the user. The light rail allowed for accessories to be easily added on, unlike the previous models.

A little information on the newest additions to the Glock family, 43x and the 48.

                                                   Your 43x might look like a smaller version of your 48, but there are a few key differences. The 43x is the perfect size for carrying and just a little bit smaller with its slide and barrel size in comparison to the 48. What this means for you is the 43x on average has capability for a lesser accuracy from a distance due to its smaller site range, but the 48x on average has a higher accuracy rate due to its longer site range. The 43x though with a smaller barrel and slide can be concealed easier and is lighter by 2 ounces so its drawing rate is faster than the 48. Now the similarities.

                                                   The Glock 43x and 48 both share the same polymer frame with standard Glock stippling. Both the Glock 43x and 48 share the same height measuring in at 5.04 inches tall and 1.10 inches wide. This slim frame makes both the 43x and 48 light and in turn with easier to carry. The Glock 43x and 48 shoot 9mm and have a 10-round capability so which ever one you choose or already own; you get the same sweet deal on both. In conclusion both the Glock 43x and 48 have massive capability to be the perfect firearm for you, but have slight differences that may make one over the other a better fit for you.

Do you prefer the 43x or the 48? Comment on one of our recent Instagram post ( )  with your thoughts, we would love to hear them!