double stack subcompact and you already own Glock 19? You have your answer. Same trigger and interchangeable mags. By the way - Sig 250 and 320 mags are interchangeable, also HK 2000 and P30 . Use 19 mags in 26 and you have “full” grip in compact frame.
Of the pistols you list I don’t own the G26/27, the Springfield or the Sig 250, however I voted other because, though I really like those I do have you mention, there is one Much better in my opinion, for its feel in the hand, it’s acuracy and it’s deminished felt recoil; the CZ Rami.
Posts: 387 | Location: San Antonio, TX | Registered: October 10, 2009
Glock 26/27. Proven design. Approved by my agency to carry the 27 since 1996. Thousands of rounds down range without fail. Soon to go 9mm so purchased the 26, will fit my holsters for the 27. Although if I had my choice I'd still be carrying my Sig P220 45 ACP.
IMHO, the Glock 26 is significantly smaller and easier to EDC than the HK, Sig and S&W offerings.
I’ve been carrying one for the last 3 years and it works very well for me in IWB, OWB, Pocket and Ankle applications. They are inexpensive, reliable and offer a lot of firepower. Glocks also have the most holster and accessory options on the market due to their popularity. Grab a G17 mag as a spare and you’re good to go.
I voted G26 although the HK P2000SK is a close second for me. The G26 is a little smaller and lighter than the others on the list but for me shoots nearly as well as a full-size gun. The short grip makes it very easy to conceal. Magazines are cheap, and you can use larger capacity G19/17 mags. Holsters and other accessories are easy to find, including on the used market. Sights are easy to change.
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Not really. The 9c/40c is larger, a 'tweener' sized between the G26 and G19. Only fatter than either. And if it's anything close to the one I have, it will need a trigger job. Never could shoot mine worth a damn without mods.