My new G26

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    My new G26

    Just picked up a G26 today I love this thing! I had a keltec p3at and didnt like the quality at all so traded it in and got the G26. It shoots great for its size I was very impressed with it. I use to not like glocks at all and now I think they are my favorite polymer pistols.


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    Thanks cant wait to get a holster and carry it now.

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    Great gun. Congratulations. I miss mine. I had to sell her in rough times. Now I have a 27.
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    I use to not like glocks at all and now I think they are my favorite polymer pistols.
    So what's next to your Glock in the last pic? If I have a favorite, there's no room for second favorites. I'm just sayin'. Sell that wanna be thing and get another Glock! It would sure look better for a pic. Glock on!

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    I guess that settles the Glock OR XD debate in your house.
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    Well looky at that you ever figured what gun got "hold" of your XD and made a glock
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    That Glock-26 is a fine choice...easily concealed and dependable...I bought one for my wife!
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    Welcome to the Gloock club. I have a 27 and they are truly fun guns.

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    Nice! Glocks rock!

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    Congrats on your latest handgun! I'm somewhat biased when you see my signature.
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    You have joined the dark side, you have chosen well because we have cookies!
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    The G26 is truly a great gun . . . now try the G27.
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    Awesome choice...one of the better options out there for CCW, right next to the Glock 19.
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    Thanks for the replies guys. Actually yesterday was the first day I shot the XDM too and its a nice gun but there is a few things I like about the glock better. Not sure I can bring myself to sell the xdm although I would like to have a G19 too :). I would like to see how I compare in accuracy with the xdm vs a g17.

    I like the finish better on the glock.
    The glock doesnt have as many nooks and crannies for the residue to hide. So easier to clean.....
    I like the glock trigger better but the XDM trigger seems to be getting better.
    I like how you can swap the mags from the 19 and 17.
    The glock slide rides on 4 metal rails not just 2 in the front.

    Maybe more but all I can think of right now.
    I would like to get an IWB holster and possibly an ankle holster for it also.

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