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The first time I fired my husband's Glock, a Glock 22, it had a horrible trigger-slap. Stung my trigger finger every time!


I'm not sure I understand... the trigger moved and hit your finger? This seems rather impossible... especially if properly running a glock trigger.

Then again, the RSA broke right after that? Did you guys have the gun checked out? Seems like something was really wrong with it... maybe some bad aftermarket mods?
 
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Yesterday afternoon brought a huge sigh of relief. My wife's new G26 had FTE issues with cheap 115 gr. ammo during it's first trip to the range. So, yesterday she ran a couple of boxes of premium 147 gr. through it without one hiccup. Then, wonder of wonders, it ate almost two boxes of 115 gr. cheap stuff without a hitch! The Glockling doesn't have my complete confidence yet, but I feel a whole LOT better about it.

Unfortunately my wife still prefers shooting my 239 to her new G26.

Now, someone please tell me which mag extensions you like and why.
 
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Yesterday afternoon brought a huge sigh of relief. My wife's new G26 had FTE issues with cheap 115 gr. ammo during it's first trip to the range. So, yesterday she ran a couple of boxes of premium 147 gr. through it without one hiccup. Then, wonder of wonders, it ate almost two boxes of 115 gr. cheap stuff without a hitch! The Glockling doesn't have my complete confidence yet, but I feel a whole LOT better about it.

Unfortunately my wife still prefers shooting my 239 to her new G26.

Now, someone please tell me which mag extensions you like and why.


I had a G26 that absolutely hated 115 gr. at first and kept jamming up. A nice guy at the range was watching my frustration and confusion and let me shoot the rest of some old 147 gr stuff he had trhough it. after 50 rounds of 147 through the gun, it had no more troubles the rest of the time I owned it. Our best guess was the new springs just needed some good use.



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Now, someone please tell me which mag extensions you like and why.


I like the Pearce +1's, for spare mags only though- I don't want any extra length for normal CC purposes. I find they give some extra purchase for removing them from the mag carrier. They're configured to be just like the grip is with the exact front texture, whereas the Glock extensions aren't- at least the +1 Glock part I have isn't, and is smooth in front. Also a bit larger and longer.

I highly recommend the GAP floorplates for use with the mag carried in the gun. They work very well for me.


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Now, someone please tell me which mag extensions you like and why.


I like the Pearce +1's, for spare mags only though- I don't want any extra length for normal CC purposes. I find they give some extra purchase for removing them from the mag carrier. They're configured to be just like the grip is with the exact front texture, whereas the Glock extensions aren't- at least the +1 Glock part I have isn't, and is smooth in front. Also a bit larger and longer.

I highly recommend the GAP floorplates for use with the mag carried in the gun. They work very well for me.



A photo of a GAP looks like it provides a hook to secure your two finger grip without a space for your pinky. Is that right? Thanks for the info.
 
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A photo of a GAP looks like it provides a hook to secure your two finger grip without a space for your pinky. Is that right? Thanks for the info.


Exactly.

And they're inexpensive so if you don't like them you're not out much, and you won't have much of a problem selling them if that's the case.


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Been thinking of a G19.

But the new PPQ and upcoming Caracal SC look more interesting.


boredguy, I have a gen4 G19 and a Caracal F. The Caracal is indeed more interesting, and, if you can possibly belive this... Shoots better all around.


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I think my first pistol purchase of the new year will be a Gen 4 Glock 21. Sold my G21SF with pic rail last year in anticipation of the gen 4....love my gen 4 G22. I am thinking of converting to all gen 4's. I like the new grip surface and the magazine release the best.


I have a gen4 G20, which I believe is still the same frame for the 21, correct? Always thought they should make a 45 specific frame, instead of using the 10mm frame, but anyway... I find that, without adding any of the extra grip panels, the grip itself seems smaller even than the 20SF grip. I could be wrong.


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I wish somebody would have beat me over the head about the 27 sooner. What a great little gun!

 
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I wish somebody would have beat me over the head about the 27 sooner. What a great little gun!

I feel the same way about that baby Glock. The G23 got me trained on .40S&W; afterwards the G27 was the icing on the cake.
 
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Cant stand the Glocks.

Did someone give it to you or something? Otherwise, you bought it, did you not? Smile
 
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There are some confused people all throughout this thread.
 
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Any input on the 29? I have a 10mm itch.

Also, does anyone know about the availability of the 30s?
 
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Also, does anyone know about the availability of the 30s?


I bought one on gunbroker, haven't received it yet.


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The sickness is spreading. My lone Glock (G17 duty gun) will soon be joined by a G36. And I'm still keeping my eye out for a Gen2 G19.
 
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There are some confused people all throughout this thread.


I would say so.
 
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