Originally Posted by ESAFO
the last time i checked the
G26-Sub Compact (AKA BABY GLOCK)
You can call it whatever you want to call it, but it's still no pocket pistol.
A manufacturere's "subcompact" is another manufacturer's "compact". A name is just a name. Basically you have three sizes in a typical pistol: big, medium, small. Pocket pistols or mini pistols or whatever you want to call it are usually of their own families and designs.
As far as dry firing and handling at gun shows or other places, that's great and all but it doesn't tell you how a gun actually shoots for you.