Is Glock 26 Gen 4 a good gun?

The Glock 26 Gen 4 is a well-rounded blend of all three of these qualities. My formula is to choose the smallest overall sized gun that does not severely limit ammunition capacity and shoots an effectively, lethal self-defense round. The Glock 26 fits the bill for me and it just may be your best choice as well.

Are Glock Gen 4 discontinued?

It appears that what many of us were predicting finally happened yesterday: GLOCK Gen4 guns are no longer being produced in favor of the Gen5 GLOCK pistols. Residents of California and other more restrictive states have nothing to fear: the Gen3 GLOCKs will continue to be manufactured to support those customers.

What is the difference between Gen 4 and Gen 5 Glocks?

Gen 5 slides are boxy-looking but manage to be the same width (one inch for 9mm Glocks) as Gen 4. The long edges are simply less tapered on the Gen 5 models. Some of this additional bulk was done away with, though, when looking at the front of the slide. The Gen 5 has beveled corners where the Gen 4 does not.

What is the Best Compact 9mm pistol?

But if you can’t wait, here’s our list of the Best Compact 9mm Handguns: Glock 19 Gen 5 HK VP9 Springfield XD(M) Sig Sauer P320 Ruger SR9c S&W M&P9 2.0 FN 509

What is a Glock 26?

The Glock 26 is a 9mm subcompact weapon that is meant primarily for concealed carry. It was the first “baby Glock” introduced, and has been around since 1994. The Glock 26 measures 6.41 inches long, 4.17 inches tall, and 1.18 inches wide. The barrel is 3.42 inches long, and the weapon weighs in at 21.71 ounces unloaded.

What is a sub compact gun?

A sub-compact to many people is considered a pocket gun or a backup weapon. Personally, I like the sub-compact size for CCW because they are lighter and easier to carry anywhere. Sub-compact barrels are typically around 3.25 inches, though some are a little longer, some shorter.