Users' questions

Can a Glock 28 be used as a pocket gun?

Can a Glock 28 be used as a pocket gun?

Small in size and weight the GLOCK 28 excels in performance while measuring small enough for a pocket or ankle holster. Because of the low-recoil firing characteristics of the .380 cartridge, it can be easily and accurately controlled.

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What kind of gun is a Glock 9x19mm?

9x19mm 1 .40 S&W 2 .45 Auto 3 .45 G.A.P. Standard | .45 G.A.P. Compact | .45 G.A.P. Subcompact | .45 G.A.P. 4 .380 Auto 5 .357. Standard | .357 Standard | .357 Compact | .357 Compact | .357 Subcompact | .357 Subcompact | .357

Can a Glock 25 be carried as a concealed weapon?

Because of its small dimensions, equal to those of the GLOCK 19, the GLOCK 25 in the low-recoil .380 caliber can be comfortably carried concealed.

Is the grip on a Glock 26 too short?

In the interest of keeping the grip short the Glock 26 lacks a flared magwell. (Some individuals find the Glock subcompact’s grip a little too short, and for them there are inexpensive thirty party grip extensions that provide a larger grip surface.) The Glock 26 trades magazine capacity for compactness.

Why is the Glock 25 not in high demand?

The thing is, there are not many, because the gun is just not in high demand. Law enforcement officers and military officials will go for the Glock 26, 27, or 33 because they are so similar, or they prefer the caliber, and no hoops have to be jumped through to obtain these guns.