Lipsey’s and Vickers Tactical Deliver the Trifecta of Exclusive Glock Pistols

Lipsey's and Vickers Tactical Deliver the Trifecta of Exclusive Glock Pistols
Lipsey’s and Vickers Tactical Deliver the Trifecta of Exclusive Glock Pistols

Baton Rouge, LA -( Lipsey’s, a nationally renowned firearms distributor, and combat veteran Larry Vickers, the face of the tactical firearms industry, have launched the third iteration of the popular “Vicker’s GLOCK.”

Beginning immediately, Lipsey’s is selling LAV serialized RTF2 framed GLOCK 17 and GLOCK 19 pistols in classic black. They come equipped with Wilson Combat sights, which now include an all new gold bead front. In addition, Larry Vickers again taps Tango Down to produce the extended mag release, slide catch, magazine base plates, grip plug with integral disassembly tool and allen wrench for rear sight adjustment.

This new Vickers Tactical Lipsey’s Exclusive GLOCK bolsters the tactical color triangle that also includes grey and flat dark earth with some added extras.

Larry Vickers had this to say about this latest venture, “The most requested color for the Vickers GLOCKs from Lipsey’s is black by a wide margin. After careful consideration, we decided to mount a gold bead front sight with an otherwise black pistol. The combination is striking to say the least.”

This third rendition of Lipsey’s Exclusive Vickers GLOCKs continues to be the distributor’s centerpiece of tactical offerings. Vice President and Product Development Manager Jason Cloessner was as eager to add classic black to the fold.

“The LAV GLOCK series is one of our most requested products. Adding classic black to the lineup greatly enhanced the tactical color options that the Vickers GLOCK community was more than ready to support.”

About Lipsey’s:

Located in Baton Rouge, Lipsey’s was originally formed as a wholesale hunting and fishing distributor in 1953. Today, the company leads the firearms industry in the collaboration and distribution of exclusive firearms. An authority in NFA regulations, Lipsey’s also offers a robust line of silencers, short barrel rifles and accessories. With a committed focus on relationships, Lipsey’s provides value and innovation to federally licensed dealers and the industry’s top manufacturers.

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Casey Matt

Still regularly shooting my old and beloved Gen 2 Glock 19 that was a present to me from my Wife back in the days when people were still laughing at the “plastic guns” and the media was issuing false statements about the Glocks being “invisible” to airport XRay machines. Didn’t take very long til most of the Cops had a Glock on their hip as there simply is NO MORE reliable pistol made than the Glock. Mine came with factory adjustable sights and I still have the box, manual and even the hangtag and have probably run in excess of… Read more »

Chuck M

Hi Mike, I also have a 21 with the three 13rnd mags it came with, and I also bought a couple 26rnd aftermarket mags to go with it, and after a day at the range with that thing, my hands pretty raw between the thumb and index digit. I use a kangaroo air marshal 2 shoulder rig as I’m left handed, and it gives me all day comfort under just a tee shirt in hot weather without printing. I also use the same rig for other models as well. I do have some owb kydex holsters for more cooler weather… Read more »


Chuck, I do carry a 1911 but do not see any reason why a Glock will not do the same function. In fact I have a Glock 21 in keeping with the 45 caliber genre. I need to get a holster and some carry gear for it before I try and road test it. May I point out that my Glock carries 13 pellets as opposed to my Kimber that carries 7. All of my guns are bone stock, and I don’t even mess with the triggers because you know the minute you shoot someone his hot shot lawyer is… Read more »

Chuck M

Glocks, I have several, as do a lot of folks. I like mine black and stock, some guys build them, fancy them all up, put all the fancy colors, hang do dads off of them, the next thing you know, they don’t want to carry it, they want to use it as a show piece, so they don’t get it dirty, or lock it away someplace. My carry is a 19, pretty much bone stock except for a trigger kit that brought the pull to a nice crisp three and a half to four pound pull, but that one gets… Read more »