The Glock 19 has long been a staple of shooters’ daily carry.
It’s also a popular firearm for concealed carry.
However, many of the Glock 19 magazines available in the market today are too big for the handgun.
According to Glock, the current Glock 19 will be available in .40 S&W and .45 ACP in March 2018.
Glock also released a statement that Glock will be discontinuing all Glock 19 variants beginning March 19.
While the magazine will still be made in the US, the company says it will be made domestically, and it will not be available online.
The Glock 21 magazine will also be discontinued.
Glock’s announcement comes just a few weeks after the US Army announced it was ending the production of the new M4 carbine, replacing it with the new UMP model.
It will also replace the Glock 20 and Glock 21 with the M3 carbine.
Glock is also considering adding a new Glock 22 magazine to the US market, but its not expected to be ready until the third quarter of 2018.