Based on Tokyo Marui Glock 17
Replica Of: Glock Model 34 (9 mm)
6 mm, plastic BB, 25-shot magazine (Green Gas)
Green Gas or Propane
magazines, Boomarms aluminum slide (Glock 34 Gold Cup - Shuey
Custom), Boomarms outer barrel, enhanced recoil
spring, front/rear night sights, Shooter's Design metal magazine
release, Shooter's Design mag well, TM customized hi-flo valve.
Recommended Pellet or BB: Marushin MaxiBBs (0.25 g) and Airsoft Elite BBs (0.25 g)
Weight (lb)/Length (in): 1.9, 8.75
metal/plastic, silver/black, plastic
Barrel Length (in)/Material/Rifled: 3.8, brass, no
Trigger Pull (lbs)/Adjustable: 2.8 (SA)
Velocity (factory fps): 280 (.20 g)
Hop Up: adjustable
Sound Level (dB): 97
Thickness of Pellet Holder (in):
Manufactured Dates: 2006 - present
Condition/Manual/Box: 95%, yes, yes
This airsoft gas
blow-back pistol is made in Japan by Tokyo Marui (TM). The basic
gun is a replica of a Glock Model 17, but this unit has been
customized with a Glock Model 34 slide and outer barrel from
Boomarms. The Glock Model 34 is popular with IPSC competitors.
The basic TM Glock 17 comes with a plastic slide, which requires
the use of HFC-134a or G17 gas. Using a higher pressure gas will
crack the plastic slide. One of the first upgrades usually
performed on the TM Glock 17 is to replace the plastic slide
with a metal slide in order to use higher pressure gases.
Removing the slide provides access to the adjustable hop up
control. The metal slide on this gun is a replica of a Shuey
Custom slide for the Glock Model 34. Although this gun has the
longer slide and outer barrel of a Model 34, it still has the
3.8" barrel of the Model 17. During testing, the TM Glock showed
remarkably consistent shot-to-shot velocity and excellent
accuracy. This gun was purchased from
(custom gun) in Hong Kong. It is solidly built, reliable, and
makes a very nice Standard Division competition pistol.
TM Glock 17
Exploded Part View of TM Glock 17
Measurements were made on
11/25/07 at a temperature of 74 ºF and 14' elevation. A ten shot
string was fired from a bench rest at 15' using Marushin MaxiBBs (0.25 g),
TM custom hi-flo valve, and propane gas. The highest velocity
measured was 288 fps and the lowest was 284 fps (average of the
10-shot string was 286 fps, s = 1.0). A five shot string fired
offhand using open sights, Marushin MaxiBBs (.25 g), and
propane gas grouped at 0.42". Click the thumbnails below to see larger images.
here for a description of the measurement methods.