The CAA MCK Glock 34/35/41 delivers SBR-type features to pistols.

CAA just announced its newest MCK conversion kit, fitting the popular Glock 34, 35 and 41 pistols. The MCK Glock conversion kit turns pistols into a larger platform, delivering greater control for defensive situations.

CAA MCK Glock 34/35/41 Details

The MCK Glock 34/35/41 accommodates the longer competition-style barrels and slides. Doing the math there, that’s 9mm, .40, and .45 ACP, respectively. The new kit includes the MCK Gen 2 version of a rear door, opening an additional 15 degrees to insert and extract the pistol. The exposed slide release allows for direct contact and easier use. The MCK comes equipped with the MCKGEN2 Stabilizer brace, allowing firing while folded and locked.

The MCK Glock 34/35/41 comes standard with an aluminum top Picatinny rail. Side Picatinny rails also add additional mounting surfaces for accessories. A built-in charging handle comes ambidextrous. The system features a suppressor-friendly design, accommodating up to 1.38-inch suppressors. A spare magazine holder operates with a mag catch and release button.

“We have scaled up our production, we have increased our models to meet demand, and we are also offering a monthly Masterclass on Facebook and YouTube to help our customers get the best experience with their MCKs,” LTC (Ret.) Mikey Hartman said. “The CAA USA Micro Conversion Kit is how pistols realize their full potential!”

The MCK 34/35/41 retails currently for $309. For even more info, please visit

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