G 26 for the win,why because of complete parts availability,well in normal times.
The Glock world is your oyster as to aftermarket parts and options,magazine capacities in that G26 you can also use magazines from the G 19 15 ads,G 17 17 ads. and even fun sticks 33 ads. at very reasonable prices,try that with S&W magazines.
As I said G 26 for the win.
I made this mistake with the m&p 9c 1.0. I thought I’ll get the slightly larger m&p with 13 rounds over the 26. It is my least carried, carry pistol I own. I end up carrying my g27 with a 33 barrel. When I’d probably just be carrying a g26, if I’d bought one.
G26 for all the reasons mentioned already.
Question. If you are going to carry it with a G19 magazine and Xgrip, why not getting a G19? Or perhaps a G43X? Both will give you the frame/grip length you are looking for.
In any case, I’m sure you will end up buying more guns, so you can get either one later.
Well I'm a bit bias I already have a G26 but, I think the Initial cost of the pistol and parts,mags and accessorizes I believe I'd still go G26.
The other thing I like Is you can literately take a stripped Glock frame and buy every single part aftermarket and build a fully functional pistol I seriously doubt you could do that with a S&W.
Here’s what I just pulled out of my holster when I saw this thread. M2 with TFX NS, Apex Fwd Flatty, ML Backstrap, 18 rounds. I prefer a seer to the cruciform, I prefer palmswells with 18 degree angle. It’s a tad more time to get the trigger done, but worth it.
Wow, I can't seem to un-see that, It just looks "off" like couldn't they have just done like a step down where the notch starts on both side's of the slide and then put In the serration..sorry don't mean to dwell on this but, something looked odd even before I clicked on the pic to to zoom In.