High muzzle velocity and energy packed in an easy handling subcompact pistol: The GLOCK 33 in .357 opens up entirely new possibilities for you.
Yes, you can purchase a Glock handgun on this website and have it shipped to a local FFL dealer in your area. Then, you will need to go to that dealer and fulfill the local and state requirements necessary to own a handgun at which time you can take delivery of the gun.
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High muzzle velocity and energy packed in an easy handling subcompact pistol: The GLOCK 33 in .357 opens up entirely new possibilities for you. Muzzle velocity reaches 1330 ft/sec! This proven Mini-GLOCK design is comfortable worn concealed. Nine rounds are available for use in the standard magazine. As a backup weapon with superior ballistic performance, the “pocket rocket” is second to none.
Standard models come with two 9-round magazines.
Length: 6.29 inches
Height: 4.17 inches
Width: 1.18 inches
Barrel Length: 3.46 inches
Weight: 19.75 oz unloaded
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We can and will customize and install parts for you at no charge and ship the gun fully assembled and ready to shoot. Just add the parts to your shopping cart and please make a note in the comments section providing us with any details or special requests.
No discounts are available on the purchase of Glock factory handguns. Discounts will only apply to accessories and parts.
Firearms must be shipped via Fedex Overnight, to your selected FFL. This is a flat rate, $40 charge.
Firearm orders generally require 24-48 hours for processing prior to shipping.
NOTE: FFL required for shipment. If you do not have a dealer in mind we can help you find one in your area. If you do have a dealer selected, you must note which FFL will be receiving this item in the Comment box during checkout.
The Glock 33 is the fourth iteration in a series of weapons chambered for the .357 Sig Sauer or Federal .357 round. It is what many people call a “baby Glock” due to its small proportions. As such, it is almost half an inch shorter in the barrel than the G32. The bottom of the standard clip is ¾ of an inch shorter than that of the G32. It is visibly identical to the G32 in every regard except the length of the barrel and grip. So what you’re looking at here is a powerful and snappy gun that is relatively easy to conceal.
As a subcompact weapon, it is in a category in which we find a lot of revolvers. That being the case, the G33 is likely to be the better choice because it’s lighter, slips into a concealed space more smoothly, and gives you four more rounds than most revolvers.
The one drawback of this weapon is that it is both powerful and small, making it difficult to handle. If you were to go to the range and test it next to a gun like the G32 or G31 and did not have good grip strength and control, the G33 might seem to be the clear loser in your mind.