Glock 26 Vs Glock19

Honestly, no matter which pistol you pick from these two, the bottom line is you are getting a solid weapon. They are both extremely accurate, reliable and compact.

Both pistols are easy to conceal, however, some people prefer the Glock 26 as they do find it difficult to conceal the Glock 19 without thick layers of clothing. On the other hand, the Glock 26 is so tiny that it can easily be concealed and carried on a daily basis. However, it does have its shortcomings, as it doesn’t come with a capacity as big as the Glock 19 — though, we can use a Glock 19 magazine on a Glock 26 and solve that problem, too.

It definitely is difficult to make a choice when deciding between the Glock 19 and the Glock 26. Mostly because they are so similar and their difference comes down to your own personal preferences. They both bring a lot to the table and are something we don’t hesitate calling a good buy.

Not only are they reliable, easy to use and versatile, but they both come at an affordable price.

The main, if not the only, difference between these two pistols is their size. Some buyers will find the Glock 19 pistol a touch too big, while others will see the Glock 26 as a tad too small for them.

All in all, for those that can’t seem to make up their minds, here’s what we recommend doing.

It’s a good idea to try and handle both guns. In addition to that, trying to shoot them both will certainly help. So, we recommend going to the gun store and renting these pistols to test them out. Once you try them both for yourself, you will be able to confidently make a final decision.

One thing is for sure, both guns are something you can’t regret buying. Both Glocks come at exceptional quality. They are both very popular and it’s pretty clear why.

Now it’s time for you to give this a quick thought and make a decision on which one of the two Glocks will be on your next shopping list. We’re certain that after reading this article you can rest assured that no matter which one you go for, you will have no regrets.

SOURCE: Mark Simmons

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