G26 @ 15 yards

G26 @ 15 yards

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    G26 @ 15 yards

    Heres a target I shot with my G26 today at the range.
    It was at 15 yards with 115 gr. FMJ. shooting free hand ,standing
    I've shot more brands of ammo than I can remember both
    JHPs and FMJ and no malfunctions at all.
    The more I shoot it the better I like it.
    I've owned about 6 Glocks over the years and they all shot
    the same.
    I can't say enough good things about Glock and how well they
    perform.
    I know its been said before but after todays range visit I can't
    help but say it again.
    Thanks once again Glock.
    Money well spent.
    Zoe: "Preacher, don't the Bible have some pretty specific things to say about killing?

    Book: "Quite specific. It is, however, somewhat fuzzier on the subject of kneecaps."


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    while i havent owned anywhere near 6 glocks, i recently acquired a G26 and it is very accurate and functions very well. ease of maintenance is just the icing on the cake.

    Cheers!

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    How do you like the extension for your pinkie? Is that the large one? Nice shootin'.

    Oh...what does your cat think it is???

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    Nice shooting...gotta' love that G-26.

    Glocks rock. I did not really like 'Blocks', errrrr, Glocks until I picked up the Glock-36. The thinner grip got my immediate attention. Next was the Glock-26, it too, was a great gun in the hand, and that little pinky entension (no extra rounds) makes quite a bit of difference for both me and my wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Nice shooting...gotta' love that G-26.

    Glocks rock. I did not really like 'Blocks', errrrr, Glocks until I picked up the Glock-36. The thinner grip got my immediate attention. Next was the Glock-26, it too, was a great gun in the hand, and that little pinky entension (no extra rounds) makes quite a bit of difference for both me and my wife.
    Ya, I'd like to add the 26 to my G17...start building the collection!

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    Glocks are accurate indeed. Even the subcompacts are very accurate. I see that your cat agrees.
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    I really like my G26. Very accurate in a small package...
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    Those 3 inchers are so tempermental to the human factor aren't they?

    What size is that target? Looks like it's quite small, which ups the ante and difficulty factor at 15 yards. Not too shabby. Great to see you got the mag enhancers, they make a world of difference in my opinion.

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    Glocks are good to go for the most part. So long as you love it, it will love you and take care of you. Just remember for Glock's sake.....many folks never get to feel the experience. Glock on!

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    I have the 27, and its dead on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlomeli View Post
    How do you like the extension for your pinkie? Is that the large one? Nice shootin'.

    Oh...what does your cat think it is???
    The extension is a +0 , I went with it because I heard the +1 and+2
    can cause problems feeding the last rounds unless you change
    to a WOLF brand spring.

    The cat did not say much about it but for some reason every time
    I get a camera out he gets real interested, go figure.
    Zoe: "Preacher, don't the Bible have some pretty specific things to say about killing?

    Book: "Quite specific. It is, however, somewhat fuzzier on the subject of kneecaps."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASSA9 View Post
    The extension is a +0 , I went with it because I heard the +1 and+2
    can cause problems feeding the last rounds unless you change
    to a WOLF brand spring.

    The cat did not say much about it but for some reason every time
    I get a camera out he gets real interested, go figure.
    You hear all kinds of things here and there that cause you to do what you do and make decisions because of those thoughts. Independent thinking is a virtue nowadays. Nothing to worry about really....at least you'll find a sense of security even if it depends on someone else and their opinions or experiences. Glock on!

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    Glock makes a 12 round mag for the 26. It is a little longer than the +0 that you have, but it has the correct spring in it for proper function. But honestly, I like shooting my 27 with the flush fitting mag. It is also easier to conceal.
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    Glocks rock! I just put some new sights on my 23 and shot it this weekend. Couldnt be happier.

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    glocks arent the prettiest.... but they are well made, i have two, and and saving for a third...

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