Glock 17 3rd Gen Blowback BB Pistol

Brand: Umarex
Price: $149.99
Price: $149.99
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Type: BB Pistol
Manufacturer: Umarex
Model: Glock 17
Materials: Metal and Polymer
Weight: 726 g (1.6 lb)
Barrel: Smoothbore
Power Source: CO2
Action: Semi-Automatic
Ammo Type: 4.5mm Steel BBs
Ammo Capacity: 18 Rounds
FPS: 365


  • 1:1 scale replica of the Glock G17 9mm handgun
  • Metal slide with crisp blowback action
  • Polymer body with Gen 3 textured grip
  • Equipped with trigger saftey and latch safety
  • Tactical accessory rail under barrel
  • Full sized drop free metal magazine


  • Sights are not adjustable
  • Blowback action eats through CO2 faster

Comments: This is the Glock airgun replica you've been waiting for. The Umarex Glock 17 BB Pistol is identical to the real steel version in almost every way. The dimensions are so accurate it will fit an official GLOCK Duty Holster. The Gen 3 model features an ergnomoic grip with a textured backstrap and finger grooves. With snappy CO2 blowback action, it feels and fires just like the real thing.

Buy the Magazine: UMX2255209

Caliber:4.5 mm (.177 cal)
FPS:350 to 400
Ammo Type:Steel BB
Power Source:Co2
Trigger Action:Double
Body Type:Glock
Blowback Action:Blowback
Rear Sight:Fixed
Front Sight:Blade
Primary Material:Metal & Polymer
Magazine Capacity:26

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Feb 15, 2019

Average pistol, Umarex needs to tighten up their Glock game

After owning two blowback airsoft Glocks, both Umarex products, this was a bit of a disappointment. Both airsofts can be field stripped. The 17 is a Gen 4 and even has a double recoil spring like it's real steel counterpart. The outer appearance of this one isn't too bad but other than that, it's far from perfect. When you rack the slide it sounds really cheap. There's an audible hollow "clunk". This gun is in line with the Umarex "budget guns". Having the Glock licensing is a big deal in my opinion and it seems like Umarex are taking it for granted with this one.
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Feb 13, 2019

Nice pistol

This is my review of the Umarex Glock 17 BB pistol. I like the pistol I got it in the mail today. It shoot nice. One thing I don't like about this is that one is unable to field strip it. I own an Airsoft KJW Glock that also runs on CO2 with that one I get 49 shots on a CO2 powerlet however on the Umarex BB pistol that I got I got in excess of 100 shoots per CO2 powerlet (I stopped counting after 100). It is not a complete blowback it has I would estimate around 75% blowback. It does have complete trades with the exception of the 9X19 markings. I am recommending this pistol.
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Feb 13, 2019
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Not bad, but not as great as it should have been...

The Gen 3 Glock 17 is not a full blow-back pistol, it's a partial blow-back. This saves on CO2 usage and apparently helps increase BB FPS, but does not give the blow-back much of a kick. If you want a G17 with full blow-back, Umarex is supposed to be releasing a Glock 17 Gen 4 .177 (4.5 mm) BB in the coming months (approx Q2 2019) that will be a full blow-back, but probably cost more. Initially the slide would get stuck when you press the catch release while not charged with air. After a few mags and some break-in this issue went away and the slide works just fine. I am noticing the slide moves slower than I'd expect it to move forward after a shot is fired. I'm going to guess Umarex could have put a slightly stronger spring in there or maybe it will need more time to break-in. The mag is an awesome weighted full-size dropout, press the button and it just falls right out. I've had no problem with this at all and it's worked flawlessly for me. Pushing the mag in has worked fine too, nice and solid. Fit and finish is very good, shaking the gun did not produce much slide rattling noise when compared to some other models like the Umarex 9XP. There is the centre-line seem where the two halves come together on the lower, but none of the seems on my gun are even that noticeable much less sharp enough to cut your hands as another reviewer was commenting on. The blow-back could have been stronger given the cost of this gun vs the Berretta APX and even the Umarex 9XP. I think Umarex fell short given how in-demand this gun has been to get made and the fact they have the official license from Glock - this gun should have been "Glock perfection". I like it but I don't love it and I so wanted to love it.
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Feb 04, 2019

Poorly made

Would not purchase again.
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Jan 29, 2019

Dont bother.

This gun is crap. I paid 220 for this gun. All you're paying for is a metal slide and a plastic grip. The magazine gets stuck going in half of the time. And having to press the mag release button like 3 or 4 times just to get it out. The plastic seems on the gun dig into your hands and makes small cuts to your palms. I would not recommend getting this gun unless its on sale like.. really on sale. (these problems were for me, it may be different for you.) The last thing i'd like to mention that is if you're looking for a similar feel as a real glock, go somewhere else. I have fired a real Glock 17 3rd gen, and it feels nothing like this, which is odd, considering this gun is a Glock product.
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