Glock G45 Crossover Compact Pistol

Item No. 76450303089
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Glock G45 Crossover Compact Pistol


The compact crossover pistol G45 in 9x19mm combines a compact slide with a full size frame and has all the benefits of a Gen5 model. Utilizing the design and engineering GLOCK developed for its military pistol (G19X), combined with Operator and worldwide Law Enforcement specifications. For fast target acquisition, the G45 features fixed GLOCK sights. A unique Safe Action system disengages three safeties-one in the trigger, firing pin, and drop-only if the trigger is pulled, reducing the chance of accidental discharge. With its lightweight full-size frame, the GLOCK G45 Gen5 FS 9mm Handgun offers quick pointing and smooth performance.

UPC: 467000042773
Model #: PA455S203FDE
Magazine Capacity: 17
Finish: Flat Dark Earth

UPC: 764503030895
Model #: PA455S203
Magazine Capacity: 17
Finish: Black

UPC: 764503030918
Model #: PA455S201
Magazine Capacity: 10


  • Fixed GLOCK sights offer quick target acquisition
  • Flared mag well allows faster magazine interchange
  • GLOCK Marksman Barrel delivers improved precision
  • Crossover design with full-size frame and compact slide
  • Front slide serrations add a positive grip during slide manipulation
  • Safe Action® system sequentially disengages three separate safeties


  • Sight Configuration: 3 Dot Fixed
  • Grips: BInterchangeable Backstrap
  • Safety: Trigger
  • Barrel: 4.02" Marksman Barrel
  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Action: Striker Fired
  • Model Name: Gen 5 Compact Slide with Full Size Frame
  • Weight: 25 oz
  • Overall Height: 5.47"
  • Overall Length: 7.44"
  • Width: 1.34"
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