New Glock G26 and New OD G19 . . .also some pointy things . . .

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  1. tbird911

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    Hi All,

    Just added a new G26 and G29 to the stable . . .

    Here's some pics of both of them with my G21 (custom grip reduction) and all of 'em wearing Brooks Tactical Agrips. The G21 has Warren Tactical plain rear and fiber optic front sights. The G26 is sporting Warren Tactical plain rear and warren tactical tritium front sight and the G19 is waiting on a set of Operator PRO GLOs from Ameriglo. I also got bored the other day and polished the barrel on the G19.


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    Tbird -out-
     
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    How do you like those grips? Are they Agrips?
     
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    yep . . .Agrips. Wont have a Glock withbout em. Work oily, sweaty, hot and cold
     
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    Kool!
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    Rock out with your Glock out!
     
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    So,

    I have previously shot my G26 maybe two times ... before last night. The G19 on the other hand was NIB. I have to be honest when I say that I was having my doubts about the G26 or rather, my inability to shoot it with any accuracy. It was killing me because I have read the rave reviews , but just wasnt "feeling it." Then, and I'm not exactly sure what happened, last night, for some reason, it all just started coming together. It was like someone flipped the "G26 Switch" and I was amazed. Laser accurate and a pleasure to shoot . . . I think sometimes it just takes a little courting to get the prize!

    The G19 was a different story . . .

    Before I was halfway through the 1st magazine, I knew that this was my favorite gun of all time. I have owned H&K, Dan Wesson, Colt, Ruger and other Glocks, but nothing even came close to the fit/feel and out-of-the-box accuracy. Awesome . . .!

    After burning through 200-300 rounds, we all went home (my Glocks and I) and rolled around in some WeaponShield and cuddled. :whistling:

    Tbird -out-
     
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    Looks good, I like the Graham Razel too, I have several like it.
     
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    Graham guys make awesome stuff. I went camping with 'em about a year or two ago.Love their stuff.
     
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    I have the very first Razel Jon ever made :supergrin: the Razel prototype if you will, built before Graham Knives existed. I started buying from them when they were working in Jon's basement many years ago. I built there first shop for them. They have really grown since then.