This is a discussion on Got my old Glock 26 back. within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Luis50 I just sold mine and don't miss it one bit. Excellent pistol but, it didn't fill the roll like I hoped ...
Glad you got your 26 back. I sold my 26 to a friend a couple of years back and he says he will never sell it!
Have to buy another one someday.
I know exactly how you feel; ironically, my son is considering down sizing from a Gen 4 Model 23 to a Glock 26, so he asked a friend from work if you could carry his G26 for a few days to see how it felt. Guess what? It's a gun I sold to his buddy about 3-4 years ago. I doubt if my son can talk him into parting with it, but that just goes to show how much people hate to part with G26s.
Since I retired I've settled on one gun for every chore and guess that that is? You got it --- a Gen 4 Model 26 and I couldn't be happier.
Glad you are reunited (and you didn't even have to attend a HS class reunion to find your old lover) ... :-)
I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy - Tom Waits
Speaking of PPSs, I've had a 9mm PPS for several years now---no real issues, just a REAL nice, thin, smaller 9mm pistol---oh, and I for one, love the mag release on the PPS---just like the ones on my HKs...
Is there something wrong with it that 2 people already got rid of it???
Gotta Fly or Gonna Die
Awesome that it was your original gun. G26 and G27 in my home. One on my side of the bed and the other on the wifes side.
I traded a Glock 27 off for a Springfield XD40 SC because I liked how it felt. However after shooting the XD I found I shot Glocks much more accurately. Needless to say I sent the XD down the road and got myself back in a Glock 27.
"Never stand and take a charge...charge them too."
--- General Nathan Bedford Forrest, CSA
a week after I traded mine for a gen 4 g23 I was trying to finagle my way back to buying my g26 cash. I wasn't as lucky..
If you love your g26 . . . . yet you let it go & it comes back . . . . then it loves you too
now hang on to it