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  1. #11
    I have a 26 and a 27 which feel fine in my hand and shoot very accurately for me. I do have pinkie/mag. extensions on them though, without them I can see how some might not care for them. While they are chunky that is certainly the trade off for capacity.

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  3. #12
    I avoided Glock because of the blocky feel to them. When the Gen 4 came I had to try them again. I have since bought the G26 and G19, both in Gen 4 because of the smaller grip. I obtained the magazine extenders for the G26. I'm curious as to whether you had the Gen 3 or Gen 4 models in your Glocks.

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    You're right about the G26. It's a little fat and doesn't conceal very well unless IWB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Runswiththunder View Post
    I avoided Glock because of the blocky feel to them. When the Gen 4 came I had to try them again. I have since bought the G26 and G19, both in Gen 4 because of the smaller grip. I obtained the magazine extenders for the G26. I'm curious as to whether you had the Gen 3 or Gen 4 models in your Glocks.
    They were both Gen3's. I've honestly never held a Gen4, maybe that makes all the difference but the 19 was replaced with an M&P9 which I can't see myself ever getting rid of. WAY too nice in the hand!

  6. #15
    I have really big hands and I love my G36's. With the Pearce PG-36 +1 floor plate on my mags, the G-36 fits my hands perfectly.
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