GLOCK representatives slated to attend Alaska's inaugural GSSF Indoor League Match on May 4, 2024

Fairbanks, Alaska -

GLOCK, INC. representatives are slated to be on hand on Saturday, May 4, 2024, for the first-ever Alaska GSSF Indoor League Match, hosted at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Indoor Shooting Range in Fairbanks in partnership with the Alaska Interior Marksmanship Committee (AIM-COMM). The GLOCK representatives plan to be on hand to answer questions, conduct GLOCK Certified Armorer inspections of GLOCK pistols, and may have with them some GLOCK "Goodies" to give away. The GLOCK representative may also have a few GLOCK pistols with them, likely G44, G47, G45, G43X, and G20 models (subject to change). Competitors are encouraged to plan on shooting the match with their own GLOCK pistol(s) but there may be opportunity to try out some of the GLOCK model guns brought to the event by the GLOCK representatives.                     

We appreciate GLOCK's support of the Fairbanks Fish and Game Indoor Range and AIM-COMM and look forward to Alaska's first-ever GSSF Indoor League! Learn more at the GSSF page at

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