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G26 Finally Done ----- NIRVANA!!!!!

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by rudybunt, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. You know that moment when you pick up your Glock and say WOW!!! I do not need to do another thing to this one. I love it. Well With my G26 I have reached that nirvana. I have been switching out different mods and now I am done.

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  2. lyodbraun

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    Looks nice, what all you did you do to it ??
     


  3. Doughnutman_923

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    I like the idea of using the Magpul for a pinky rest as well as a grip point on the magazine.
     
  4. MSims

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    your G26/G27 is really not complete without the gap floorplate =p

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  5. janice6

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    Guns are good. Your personal gun is the best.

    Oh, congratulations.
     
  6. Kentguy

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    I've kept my G26 factory stock, but my G17 & G19... now those babies have a few toys & upgrades attached to them. :thumbsup:
     
  7. F-111 John

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    I prefer the Pearce +1 floorplate over the GAP floorplate, but that is only my own personal preference.

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  8. GRT45

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    I run the Pearce +0 grip extension on a G30SF for the primary, loaded 10-rnd mag and have a custom-made, rigid speed plate on the spare carry 13-rnd mag (Magpul doesn't make them for the 45/10mm Glock mags). The speed plate does help to grab and pull a mag quickly from a horizontal mag pouch on the belt, especially when wearing gloves.
     
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  9. LuckyNemo

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    Totally agree

    Me likey
     
  10. hec923

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  11. JustinC25

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    Gaston design perfection the first time. I use to have the Pierce +1, then the gap floor plates. I shoot mine much better with the stock plates, better concealability too.
    My G26 is bone stock, and I like it that way.

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  12. crazyasian1

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    Wait... is that... a LINT ROLLER?!?! Not sure if that fits into the whole theme of the pic! Good lookin' gat though!
     
  13. hahah first one to catch that:whistling: was wondering when some one would.
     
  14. my hands are too big for the gap base plate. I need one whee the pinky can rest.
     
  15. MSims

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    Gap floorplates is not meant for the pinky to rest... Its meant to lock the ring finger in so you dont have to adjust your shots... I always hated that my pinky would hang and used pierce extensions... now i dont like the extensions anymore after i used the gap floorplate... strange huh...
     
  16. dusty_dragon

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    the gap and pearce-floorplates are not common/available where i live, all people i know run either the G26 10rd mag with no extension or with the glock OEM +2 extension.

    what is the benefit of the pearce +1 / +0 extension over the glock OEM +2 extension?

    what is the benefit of the gap +0 extension over the glock standard or glock OEM +2 extension?

    i ask because i never saw the gap or pearce extension in reality