Description: When it comes to guns the Glock is probably one of the most talked about hand held weapons on the market. Today I wanted to make a lesson that will teach you "<strong>how to draw a handgun</strong>", step by step. This particular gun in the picture or thumbnail is the Glock 34 9mm. I already have a lesson on a handgun, but since my grandfather just recently bought one of these guns I wanted to make another tutorial on a handgun. The Glock 34 is what you call a practical/tactical and it was made to be one of the most accurate guns made today. The Glock 34 has an extended barrel, longer distance between the front and rear sights, and a better slide mechanism. This handgun takes a 9x19 caliber bullet, and the 34 is about eight inches long from tip to back. The magazine holds seventeen bullets, but you can also purchase clips that hold nineteen or thirty rounds. Another reason why I like the Glock 34 is because the disassembly is almost like taking apart an AK-47. There is only three pieces to take apart when you want to clean the gun to specifications, and the power behind each shot will make your ears ring. My granddad has the desert tan model which is the one you see in this tutorial, and even though it’s not all black, I still think it’s a good looking handgun. This is a big gun, and the Glock 34 is not a common gun to come by. I have read some articles where avid Glock enthusiast had a hard time finding the 34. My grandfather bought the gun used but it is in mint condition. I am so very happy that he has a new gun that I can target practice with whenever I go and see him. I had fun with this lesson, and I think you will enjoy learning "<em>how to draw a handgun</em>", step by step as well. I have to go because there is much more work that needs to be done. I will be back soon so hang in there gang, there is more on the way.
Description: This is a drawing of the Glock and as you can see I pointed to some parts of the gun. Number one is a drawing of the slide stop lever. Number two is the release button that you push in to discard the magazine, and number three is of the finger grooves which is the grip.
Description: Another diagram of the Glock from a front view. First you can see the canal of the barrel, and then you have the gas chamber. Next is what the release button looks like from the front, and the grooves for the hand grip.
Description: Draw out the notch for the barrel, and then draw in the front site, and back site like you see here. Draw in the six grooves on the back of the Glock's slide, and then draw in the G which stands for Glock. Add some detailing line on the front of the slide.
Description: For the last drawing step, all you need to do is draw out the trigger mechanism. Next, sketch in all the detailing lines for the handle or handgun grip like so, and then draw in the grooves for the hand grip. Detail the slide stop lever, and then make all the small circles on the gun. Erase the lines and shapes you drew in step one, and then draw in the Glock emblem in the right corner.