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GLOCK BLUE LABEL PROGRAM

Updated: Oct 5, 2023


Delaware's Glock Blue Label Dealer X-Ring Supply
X-Ring Supply is a Glock Blue Label Dealer

Did you know that GLOCK pistols are the most preferred and recommended weapon for law enforcement?

GLOCK pistols are known for durability, dependability, safety, high capacity and power. With a rugged polymer exterior, GLOCKs can withstand extensive use without jamming or requiring high levels of maintenance. GLOCK also boasts of its safety due to its three independent safety mechanisms that prevents accidental discharge - trigger safety, firing pin safety and drop safe mechanism.

GLOCK makes a wide variety of firearms, ranging in size of frame, slide and width. GLOCKs come in a range of calibers, .22, 380, 9mm, .40sw, 45acp, 45GAP, .357 and 10mm. What is the Best Glock For Concealed Carry 2022?

With over 65% of law enforcers in the U.S carrying GLOCKs both on and off-duty, GLOCK has decided to reward their loyalty by ensuring first responders get a discount when purchasing their preferred backup, service, or undercover pistol. GLOCK's Blue Label Program is a unique and robust program that is meant to allow qualified participants to purchase GLOCK pistols at a substantial discount.


Glock Blue Label Program Requirements

  • LEO's - Any federal, state or country, or even municipal sworn law enforcement officers including previous law enforcement officers who can present retired credentials and picture ID.

  • Firefighters - Active duty Firefighters and Volunteer fire fighters, must provide their department's Active Duty Credentials; Fire Department Picture ID with the firefighter's position.

  • Military personnel and retired military personnel - anyone with a DD214 or a Veterans Card. This is inclusive of reservists and National Guard with military picture ID, including veterans with retired credentials.

  • EMT's - EMT's and paramedics that work for a firedepartment, police department or ambulance service, as long as they respond to calls and work in the field, certifications alone do not qualify.

  • Corrections officers, inclusive of parole and probation officers.

  • State licensed security firms (Loomis, RAM) and state licensed armed security officers(G4S, Brinks).

  • State federal judges, district attorneys, and deputy district attorneys.

  • Law enforcement academy cadets with enrollment documentation from the academy. This is important because some academies require cadets to purchase their firearms before they have a job.

  • Private Citizens may also participate in the Blue Label Program on conditions that they are active members of the GLOCK Sport Shooting Foundation (GSSF) and enrolled in the GSSF with a two-year membership.

See the official GLOCK page for full details.


In addition to a driver’s license, the qualified purchaser is required to provide an authorized photo ID from their agency or department, this is a key Blue Label requirement.


This authorized photo ID should come from one of the authorized entities on the eligibility list or an original official use letter from the department if they are a sworn law enforcement officer. As for Military personnel, there is a need to complete a GLOCK military verification form, while federal law enforcement personnel on the other hand use their official business cards for verification of their service.

Therefore, law enforcement officers can purchase their private duty weapons; with the permission of their agencies, directly from GLOCK on a prepayment basis. These weapons after purchase must be shipped to law enforcement officers and cannot be resold to members of the general public. It is also key to keep in mind that individual officer sales are subject to federal excise tax as well as local sales tax.


two glock 19s  blue label
Glock 19 - Gen 3 (top) and Gen 5 (bottom)

To fulfill this program effectively, GLOCK has partnered with several firearm stores that must comply with the requirements and needs of this program. Local stores participating in this program can be located by the eligible purchaser through a locator on the official website of GLOCK.

This can direct you to the closest store to you. The Blue Label Program has a wide availability of BLUE LABEL GLOCK models, ranging from GLOCK 17 Gen 5 full-size pistol, to the ultra-concealable GLOCK 43X MOS. The products present a comprehensive selection of the latest GLOCK pistols such as GLOCK 5th Generation pistols, the GLOCK 45 and GLOCK 48. Many Models are compatible with the Glock Performance Trigger, which makes for a smoother and lighter pull that is makes recreational shooting much more enjoyable.

It is important to note that not any GLOCK firearm can be considered or sold as a BLUE LABEL GLOCK, it is a special designation that originates from the GLOCK Manufacture. So while you can certainly get any model of GLOCK as a Blue Label, it must come from the factory as a Blue Label, you cannot pick up a normal GLOCK and sell it at Blue Label discounted price.

GLOCK Blue label also only applies to GLOCKs that come in the standard Black color - no OD Green, No FDE, no Grey, as these colors are only available in the commercial line of GLOCK products.


It is important to note that you can only receive TWO (2) BLUE LABEL firearms per calendar year, as per Glock Blue Label Progam rules and regulations.


If you have a GSSF coupon, bring in the coupon to your local GLOCK BLUE LABEL Dealer, X-Ring Supply, and we will sell you a BLUE LABEL gun. GSSF Coupon holders are allowed to use as many coupons as they are allotted per year, there are no limitations.


If you are not a Delaware Resident, you can find your local Glock Blue Label Dealer using Glock's dealer locator.



Sources.

[Update] GLOCK Blue Label Vs Red Label. (2021, May 21). Outdoor Discovery.


Blue Label Program. (n.d.). Us.glock.com. Retrieved September 25, 2021, from


Dall’au, A. M. (2015, March 26). A Look at GLOCK’s Blue Label Program For First Responders. Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews.


GLOCK Blue Label Program & Who Can Participate. (2018, October 29). Sporting Systems.


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