Copyright © 2020 Firearm Rack All Rights Are Reserved. The Glock 47 was introduced in response to the CBP contract to make the Glock platform more modular. As a result, some of the information we are going to share with you, while vetted, can not be officially confirmed by the company or Secret Service.

The Secret Service and Glock declined to comment on the move, but a federal official with direct knowledge of the deal confirmed the agency's plan to switch to the Glock 9 mm pistols. Personally, I don't like the changes to the grip the CBP opted for in the G26 & G19 because of the way the magazine floor plate tilts. If he was magically rejuvenated to his 50's or 60's, however, I don't think he would have eliminated the finger grooves and dimensions of the G26 grip which was perfection in my opinion. The finger grooves somehow bothered me on my Gen3 & Gen4 G19 pistols, but they never bothered me on the G26 and I prefer them over them missing on my Gen5. Have you confirmed the USSS pistol will have forward serrations? The agency's move to 9 mm pistols as its primary duty weapon follows similar switches to the lighter weapon by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Department of Diplomatic Security Services (DDSS), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and numerous big city police departments, including the New York Police Department (NYPD), the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and the Chicago Police Department (CPD).

This switch is historic and akin to the New York Yankees baseball team moving to another town.

Soldier Systems also reported that the transition from the SIG Sauer P229 to the Glock pistols will be completed by 2021. The first to fall was of course the FBI. I feel I have a more secure grip on my Gen4 G26 with the finger grooves than I ever did on my Gen5 G26 which lacks them (so much that I sold it). I think the FBI uses the Ameriglo Agent sights with the "u" notch...the Bolds have a square notch, I believe.

Along with that, the Secret Service Special Operations will be allowed to carry the 9mm Glock 47 MOS Gen5 with X300 sights. With the excellent options for concealed carry like the Tenicor SAGAX LUX and the PHLster Spotlight for TLR-7, it is really hard to make a prediction as to who might fulfill the need for a concealment holster. I'd like to find out more? SIG Sauer partnered with an ammo company and, after some engineering and research, created the .357 SIG round. “The Secret Service has been one of the few agencies that has maintained Sig Sauer as a permanent duty weapon for more than 20 years,” said Donald J. Mihalek, a retired senior Secret Service agent and ABC News contributor.

Recently CBP issued an award to Glock for a never-before-seen duty 9mm pistol: the G47 Gen5 in 9mm. I have read the Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and Cookie Policy, and I hereby agree to those terms. Mihalek said that recent model 9mm Glocks perform ballistically as well as, if not better, than their higher caliber-round counterparts.

All of the information and [...]. Reports have it that the Glock G19 Gen 5 MOS is soon to be unseen in the best places, replacing Sig Sauer handguns currently in use by the U.S. Secret Service. The Secret Service has reportedly selected the Glock 19 MOS Gen5 and the Glock 47 MOS Gen5, both in 9x19mm, to replace their current service pistol, the SIG Sauer P229, chambered in .357 SIG.

As time and technology have progressed, bullet engineering and technology has improved, and the 9mm round has gotten better. The U.S. Secret Service has officially adopted Glock as its new duty pistol. Following the guidance of its own study, the FBI went with a Glock duty weapon for all FBI Agents, along with switching to 9mm. With both the Glock 19 Gen 5 MOS and the Glock 47 being issued to Agents, they will be able to configure the pistol in the Glock 47's full-size configuration, the 47's slide on the Glock 19 frame, or the 19's slide on the 47's frame. Outfitted much the same as the Glock 19 the Secret Service's Glock 47 will be fitted with a Surefire X300 Ultra, likely the 1,000-lumen model since the older 600-lumen model has been fully replaced. The move away from the 20-year relationship with SIG Sauer is interesting, especially when you stop and think about how many presidencies the SIG P229 chambered in .357 Sig has protected. There was no red dot specified in the information we were able to gather, more on that in a bit. Regardless of what new information comes to light, we will absolutely keep you as up to date as more information comes available. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Some links on are affiliate links. In many studies, the 9mm round now performs the same, if not better, as many .357 SIG or .40 S&W rounds, leading many agencies to look at a move back to a 9mm platform. The USSS & CBP guns will have the squared notch, not the U notch like the FBI contract guns. A Glock 19, 9 mm Para pistol is seen in Vienna, Austria, March 22, 2018. I am inclined to think that they are planning for the possibility of approving officers and agents to use an MRDS in the future. The FBI conducted a widely circulated study a few years ago documenting the positives of the new 9mm ammunition. This caused a rash of concern and consternation among the broader law enforcement community and the Secret Service.

An unnamed source informed us that the updated TLR-7 switches shown at Warrior West 2019 were developed at the request of USSS. Now, the Secret Service will become the latest federal law enforcement agency to switch and carry Glocks and may do so off the existing CBP contract.

The Secret Service -- whose primary mission is to protect presidents, vice-presidents and their families -- employs about 3,200 special agents, 1,300 uniformed officers and more than 2,000 other support personnel, according to its website. Gaston Glock had it right 25 years ago (save for the grip texture). The research and testing involved agencies already carrying the aforementioned weapons, as well as elements within the DoD.

This has led many law enforcement agencies to look at, if not move back to, a 9mm pistol — including the FBI. Earlier today in an internal message to the Secret Service, Director James Murray announced the adoption of the same technology as recently selected by the US Customs and Border Protection, the 9mm Glock 19 MOS Gen 5. Active Self Protection Lessons Learned from Watching 25,000 Gunfights AAR.

SSD was the only source I found reporting that the Glock 26 Gen 5 was also selected and that the acquisition of the handguns will be made through the $85 million CBP contract awarded to Glock in April 2019.

The Glock 19 isn't the only pistol selected, the law enforcement exclusive Glock 47 will also be issued to Secret Service Special Operations. Now, the Secret Service will become the latest federal law enforcement agency to switch and carry Glocks and may do so off the existing CBP contract. At the time, the Secret Service was looking for a duty carry weapon that was less than full-sized, but carried a punch. That weapon and the round it fired quickly became the “go to” round as many agencies, including the FAMS, NJ State Police and others switched. This was [...], The Glock 43X has been leaked to RECOIL by "a third party with ties to Glock's Austrian headquarters" earlier today. It also tends to increase accuracy due to less recoil and have higher magazine capacities than larger caliber pistols.

That means Ameriglo Bold sights, the removal of the "toe" to allow Gen 5 magazine baseplates to be used, and forward serrations. This, in effect, aligns the agency with the State Department and U.S. Special Operations military units that use Glocks.

The Secret Service and Glock declined to comment on the move, but a federal official with direct knowledge of the deal confirmed the agency's plan to switch to the Glock 9 mm pistols.

After more than 28 years, this moves the premier protection agency in the world to a 9mm Glock platform.

When we checked with a Glock Blue Label dealer, we were told that the Glock 47 wasn't even an option for individual officer purchase like the Glock M series guns. It appears the U.S. Secret Service will initially purchase the 9mm Glock 19 MOS Gen5 TLR7. I'd care to find out some additional information. Absolutely will!

“From a mechanical standpoint, the trigger on the Sig Sauer is a much longer trigger, from the time you start pressing it to the point of engagement -- the time the shot goes off -- so the Glock has a shorter trigger, a shorter reset, less recoil and hence faster follow up [shots],” said Steve Minguez, a retired NYPD firearms instructor who worked with the Secret Service for several years when he was detailed to the NYPD Intelligence division's dignitary protection unit. Since 1998, the Secret Service has armed its agents with a duty carry SIG Sauer P229 pistol in .357 SIG. While I hadn't seen anything that suggested that there was to be a Secret Service Glock 26 beyond the mention on Soldier Systems, they are normally very spot on when reporting on this sort of thing.

The United States Secret Service is moving forward with plans to outfit its agents with Glock 9 millimeter (mm) pistols to replace the agency's existing Sig Sauer .357-caliber duty weapons -- part of a larger move among U.S. law enforcement agencies towards the lighter, more efficient guns. The sights feature a high visibility orange ring around a tritium vial on the front sight and a traditional square notch rear with glare-reducing serrations and two tritium vials in the rear. Please keep us informed if you find out anything new. Shooter Symposium 2019: More than Training. Soldier Systems Daily has obtained information that in an internal memo Secret Service Director James Murray announced the sidearm replacement.

It found generally that the 9mm rounds perform ballistically as well as, if not better than, higher-caliber rounds. SIG wasn't discounted from consideration for the Secret Services new pistol, our information is that the SIG P320 was eliminated from selection due to a reason that was not disclosed. Affiliate Disclaimer: Firearm Rack is funded through direct donations and affiliate programs. Other firearms experts told ABC News that such improvements in 9mm technology and ammunition in the past decade -- and the lighter, smaller size of the new Glocks – was behind the surge in recent years among law enforcement agencies in preferring the new Glocks. While many of you have already read the news about the Secret Service's move to Glock, I wanted to spend some time talking to industry contacts to find as much information as possible rather than regurgitating the same information. Nice article. It appears the U.S. Secret Service will initially purchase the 9mm Glock 19 MOS Gen5 TLR7. Unfortunately, the guy is in his 90's now and it's doubtful he's behind these alterations.

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