Awesome little piece sir!I like those grips too
Youre not supposed to but I know guys that have shot thousands of rounds with no issues. Also, aftermarket barrels fix that issue. Gen 5s have a different barrel and can shoot lead, supposedly.
Ok, enough of the nonsense. I have a 9mm SW shield but im thinking about getting a baby Glock. Whats everyone’s opinion on the G26 vs G43?
I am actually in the process of going the other way. I have a g42 and am thinking of getting a SW shield 9mm. The wife really likes my glock 380 now that the light and laser is on it.
One of 'em = Grandfathers NPD Motor Officer boot weapon.
Ride 'em - don’t hide 'em.
Love the P938, it’s like a 1911 but as if a sane person fixed all the problems. No grip safety, and OMG you can rack the slide with it decocked or on safe. Man it’s like it’s been a hundred years or something and technology has improved.
I’ll wait for you 1911 users to fire up your dial up internet to get back with me.
Yep me and Patton
George S. Patton Jr. — ‘Son, only a pimp in a Louisiana whore- house carries pearl-handled revolvers. These are ivory.’
Wheel guns go by a different standard, Sigs are far from that masculine.
My current back up is a glock 43. Before that it was a Smith & Wesson model 19 that my dad used to carry as his back up. His old partner was the instructor for my academy class and the look he gave me when I brought that thing out for qualification, freaking priceless.
My co-workers gave me a gift certificate for my birthday and I’ve been wanting to get a pocket gun, so it worked out perfect
No, solid copper bullets
Oh, I should restate seeing as how that’s my 380… yes, 100 grain plus P ammo followed by copper then another hard cast lead. Once I have shot up all my lead I will switch over to the solid copper penatraters
That’s interesting. I didn’t know Glocks did that. But where do you carry it?
generic Glocks do not its a specialty weapon.
I carry mine in my left pocket so it does not effect my right handed draw from my belt.