Glock’s Best Concealed Guns

Glock handguns, a good quality of gun, have been produced by Glock Ges.m.b. H over the years. The manufacturer sometimes called it as “safe action” gun because it is polymer-framed, short recoil operated and locked breech semi-automated. Polymer used is guaranteed stronger than steels. The design of the gun helps is to resist corrosion and fire. Unlike other guns, Glocks does not have external hammers and it does not have external safety decocker. These qualities make the guns safe to use, less heavy and simple operated with low maintenance cost.

Glocks are the guns mostly used in the police departments across US and other parts of the globe. Each gun was carefully designed and built to react accordingly to the user’s need.

Glock 26

The Glock 26, also known as baby glock, is a 9×19 mm semiautomatic subcompact gun. The gun’s total length is 160 mm and weighs 560 g when unloaded. Its size makes it the most sought-after concealed gun since its first release in August 1994, beating the 5-round snubnose revolver which dominated the market for a long time. The standard capacity of the gun’s magazine is 10 rounds. It is well known for its high accuracy firing characteristics. The gun has flat slide release and clip release making it smooth and firmly packed overall. The gun’s grip can only support two fingers. Reliability, accessibility, size and simplicity of use make Glock 26 one of the finest concealed guns in the market.

Glock 27

The Glock 27, a version of Glock 26, is a 40 Smith and Wesson subcompact gun. Its Modular Back Strap design is interchangeable which enables the owner to customize its grip according to the shooter’s hand size. The frame’s surface is scientifically designed and is rough textured. Unlike Glock 26, its magazine’s capacity is 9 rounds. It has larger reversible magazine catch which makes it changeable in splits of second and can also be used by both right and left-handed shooters. Accuracy, strength, weight, and length make this concealed gun stands out among others.


Comments are closed.