Welcome to the dark side
This is a discussion on Im a Glock convert!! within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I purchased a Glock 26 last Monday because I needed a new ccw. I usually carry a Beretta 9000s but wanted something a little smaller. ...
I purchased a Glock 26 last Monday because I needed a new ccw. I usually carry a Beretta 9000s but wanted something a little smaller. I originally was looking at the PX4 sub-compact (I love Beretta) but on a whim, ended up with the Glock. WOW! What a pistol!! I thought I was pretty accurate with my Beretta but I was dead on with my new 26 with out a single FTF or FTE through 200 rounds! Now I get why Glock people love their guns and I'm now one of them!!
Welcome to the dark side
Congrats. The G26 is amazingly accurate. You have a keeper.
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Congrats on the purchase. I have mine with me as I type. After the 26 i picked up a G19 for colder weather. Anyone taking bets on how long untill his next one.
Welcome to the dark side. LOL. You'll never go back. :)
Congrats on the new GLOCK!
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Glock is the best weapon you can own. I have had my G19 since 1994. I love it . Congrats.
what I love about them is the way the g26 fits in your hand. the first time you pick one up it feels solid for a 19oz gun and it fits my hand like it was made for it. the 5 lb sharp trigger snap with out all the creep that 8 lbs trigger have is heven
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If I have to explain it, you wouldn't understand
I switched to carrying a 17 about a year and a half ago after carrying 1911's for years. I miss my Nighthawks, but the Glock just works better for me.
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