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Thread: Glock 26 Gen 5

  1. #1651
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle1* View Post
    You guys still trucking along with your 26's? I sure am. It seems every time I go shoot it and compare it to my 43x/48, it shoots rings around those platforms and I love that I still can use my 17/19 mags for it. carries great in an aiwb for me. I also really cant tell a difference in shooting it with a pinky extension or without, it just shoots like a gen 4 19 that i have. Great guns I tell you...
    I am wearing mine right now at inservice training.
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    Listings for the Glock 26MOS are starting to appear on distributor websites.:

    https://www.lipseys.com/itemdetail?i...GLUA265S201MOS

  3. #1653
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    Quote Originally Posted by TC215 View Post
    Listings for the Glock 26MOS are starting to appear on distributor websites.:

    https://www.lipseys.com/itemdetail?i...GLUA265S201MOS

    FiguresÖ just as soon as I get my 26 back from MOD1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TC215 View Post
    Listings for the Glock 26MOS are starting to appear on distributor websites.:

    https://www.lipseys.com/itemdetail?i...GLUA265S201MOS
    I was ordering my 2nd G26 Gen 5 from my LGS and they asked if I wanted the MOS version! I was shocked, thought it was never going to happen. I needed up just getting the non MOS, but instantly regretted it. But itís ok to have THREE G26.5s right? Right? LOL

    I had planned on sending in the 2nd G26 and my G28 slides to have them milled. But now will wait and just get the MOS version. Cause if I wait around, Iím sure the MOS version will be sold out.

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  5. #1655

    Can't have just one-dang it!

    The thread on State Dept. quals that @TGS described w/a G26 redirected my interest to my GEN5 26 w/irons. I shot the course as written out of an IWB holster, concealed. Shot @SLG 's "Cold Heat" no warmup, passed. 297/300 on the qual, lost points at 25y. I might've cleaned it with a dotted 26, so when these become commonly available, I'll probably get one for belt carry(dang enabling here!). Great little guns.
    I'll keep the irons gun for ankle carry; as someone said just earlier, can't have just one!

  6. #1656
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    I only have two...a Gen2.5 and a Gen5. The 2.5 gets used primarily for annual LEOSA quals now, but was used for on the job quals from 1995 through retirement. In my hands, it and the 19 are neck and neck...with one or the other usually a point or two difference.

    The Gen5 was purchased as a "just in case" gun, if the 2.5 had to return to the mother ship for work and I needed a travel firearm for out of state trips to "10 round" states. But even when not traveling, the 26 in either flavor is my most carried gun when I'm not hanging out at home, (or walking distance from home), carrying a J frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TC215 View Post
    Iíve had one with an RMR, but I think a 26 MOS with an SCS would be a pretty cool package.
    Thanks to you, I have just now found out about the SCSÖ and I think this knowledge is going to cost me money.

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    Iím hoping these drop next week. Iíve been told that I need to grab one as soon as they come inÖIím not sure if thatís because the initial run is going to be small, or if theyíre not going to be a regularly offered model. Iíve heard both, but am not positive the info is correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blues View Post
    I only have two...a Gen2.5 and a Gen5. The 2.5 gets used primarily for annual LEOSA quals now, but was used for on the job quals from 1995 through retirement. In my hands, it and the 19 are neck and neck...with one or the other usually a point or two difference.

    The Gen5 was purchased as a "just in case" gun, if the 2.5 had to return to the mother ship for work and I needed a travel firearm for out of state trips to "10 round" states. But even when not traveling, the 26 in either flavor is my most carried gun when I'm not hanging out at home, (or walking distance from home), carrying a J frame.
    Thank you, @blues. Iím reminded of a saying I heard first from Clint Smith: ďtwo is one, and one is noneĒ. As my eyes (and the rest) age, Iím thankful for the dot technology. And if I think about it critically, the odds of me taking a ďlongĒ(+15y) shot in my admin./office existence are slim. So the G26 gets carried a fair amount because it shoots well for its size for me.
    I had an early 26, but it went to one of my daughters. So I reckon Iíll start saving up!

  10. #1660
    26MOS with a light rail is my new dream gun. TLR7 is perfect for that gun. Can be used in a full size Glock safariland in a pinch, or pared down to an ankle holster for court. With the 12rd Magpul mags the recoil difference between a 26 and 19 is negligible, only reloads get slowed down. Thereís no LE qual out there that canít be smoked with a G26 and itís not until you get to mid south standards level that the mag reload speed actually makes it dicey.

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