The Stribog SP9A3G is a ‘Bog that takes Glock magazines and it’s everything the Stribog should have been from the beginning. Its predecessors were nice little guns to be sure, but most of us (around here at least) weren’t keen on the proprietary magazines it depended on. Hell, everybody has Glock magazines. Even people who don’t have Glocks have Glock magazines. That’s what is going to have so many people interested in the G part of that Stribog SP9A3 G.
Once they’re done bitching about why it took so long in the first place. Which they will do. A lot. Even the ones who aren’t even interested in a Stribog.
BLUF: You can get a Glock magazine compatible 9mm Stribog right here online (standard FFL transfer rules apply).
But we digress. On to the StriGlock.
9mm Glock Mag Compatible “StriGlock”
Here’s what Global Ordnance told us in the original release.
Featuring the same attributes that earned its predecessors the title Best In Class PCC, the SP9A3G model Stribog will have a non-reciprocating charging handle that remains in the forward position while firing, a semi-locked bolt with delayed action via transfer roller, and kinesthetically superior, low profile controls.
Same reliability, same manual of arms, new ability to take advantage of all those readily available Glock-style magazines.
Stribog SP9A3G Specs
Trigger Mechanism: SA
Trigger Pull: 6 lbs
Overall length: 16.69 in.
Height without Magazine: 7.87 in.
Barrel Length: 8 in. (threaded 1/2 x 28)
Weight: 4.54 lbs
Thank you G.O.! GO Brandon!