Just took new Glock to the range.

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    The tang to the trigger is exactly the same on the 27 and 23. The 27 does have a slightly more pronounced backstrap, but this shouldn't affect your finger reaching the trigger. It doesn't for me, but I have really long fingers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilbmeister View Post
    Thanks, I just looked up those grips. I didn't want to go with any of the extensions for the simple reason that I didn't want to increase the size of the gun because of concealability. These look like a good idea. My question would be do they catch your shirt you have over it and pull on it? If not, I may order a set.
    No they don't and I too highly recommend them-it gives your pinkie/ring finger not just someplace to rest, but a "shelf" that greatly increases grip (and therefore contro)l vs. stock configuration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilbmeister View Post
    Thanks, I just looked up those grips. I didn't want to go with any of the extensions for the simple reason that I didn't want to increase the size of the gun because of concealability. These look like a good idea. My question would be do they catch your shirt you have over it and pull on it? If not, I may order a set.
    The GAP floor plates are awesome. I'm with you, I didn't want to go with the +whatever extensions. In my opinion if you have a G26/27 and you add the extensions, you should have bought a G19/23. I have the GAP's on my G27 and like them very much.
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    Great choice!!! I love my G27 and am also very accurate with it.

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    Congratulations on your new found satisfaction with the G27!
    What more could I say? Glock on!

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