For today’s PUBG post, we have the Glock 18! As you may know, I’m not a huge Glock fan, but this gun is pretty cool. It’s a full auto pistol chambered in 9mm that was designed between 1979-82 and has been in service from then until present. To make it quick, imagine a Glock but full auto. For those more interested in the details, the Glock 18 is a select fire variant of the G17. The G18 was specifically designed by request of the Austrian Counter-terrorist Force called EKO Cobra. Being designed and produced in 1986, the pistol has served several police and military organizations for decades now. The original model had serious muzzle rise issues, which lead to the creation of detachable shoulder stocks and compensated models (18C) as an attempt to remedy this issue. Somewhat surprisingly, Glock is oddly secretive about these pistols- they don’t feature them on their website. To find one of these in the civilian market is really hard, but certainly possible (I know a few people with them). Since the gun was made in 1986, very very few are legally transferable if they were made before May 19th of that year. For now, the only legal way to get your hands on one of these guns is being a Class III dealer with a demo letter, being a military/police organization, or buying post dealer samples (dealers only). The ones for dealers sell for roughly $2k, but brand new ones for law enforcement/military will only run about $550. Civilian prices are next to impossible to track since so few are legally transferable that they almost never appear for sale. For now, just buy a Glock 17 for a few hundred dollars and work on that trigger finger? As always, thank you for reading, double tap and follow for these types of posts almost daily, and I hope you’ve enjoyed!