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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Zeroskillet, Feb 2, 2010.
Which do you guys recommend?
GAP Enterprises, Concealable Control, of course.
I love the GAP floorplate on mine. It is amazing what that little piece of plastic does.
I currently have a pinky extension but I've noticed it makes it significantly larger...and hurts conceal-ability
GAP for me too.
I have a Magpul speedplate on one of my G23 mags and though it isn't really a pinky ext. for me, it is textured on the front.
I picked mine up from WesternSportOnline.com for 6.88 shipped 2 day ground.
I've had Pearce and GAP floor plates on my G33 mags. I prefer the GAP floor plates.
The Gap floorplates are not "pinky extensions" the only that I will recommend will Pearce Grip PG-2733 will give +1 round in 9mm or .40
Also G19 mags are a great thing to have with a G26.
Here's a fellow member pic:
I've tried the Scherer +0 and GAP floor plates and didn't like either of them. I had issues with both of them pinching my finger.
GAP on my G33 really stabilizes the gun and makes the draw much easier too.
If you train yourself to shoot without any, you'll find that it isn't hard to handle. But if you feel its necessary... Pearce extensions are good.
Buy the Glock factory magazines with the pinky extension.
I prefer the Pearce extensions. The GAP floorplates aren't really extensions, but they are really good for grip.
I have used the Pierce +1's on my G26 and G27 for a couple of years now. I think they are great. I have never had any issue with the extension nor the operation of either pistol (other than I think Pierce advertises the extension on the G26 mag as a +2 and I can never get that second round in).
IMO, the Pierce grip looks like it is suppose to be there.
I have heard very positive feedback on the GAP floor plates, but have never had the opportunity to shoot with one on.
Standard Glock "+2".
It should give you 12+1='s 13 rounds in a G26 and DOES give me 9+1='s10 in my G-27.
Doing so however gives me about the same grip bulk as my G-23. So I when I am carrying the G-27 it is usually with just a standard 9 round mag. With G-22 mags on my belt for 15-round reloads.
GAP floorplates on all my G26 mags...
I love seeing that so many people like the GAP.
I tried the Pearce +2 but did not like it. It was harder to conceal and I shot better with the factory floor plate and curled pinky method.