What's a S&W Shield go for new ?
If you can find one, they can be had in the $400 range, give or take...SHOOTER13 said:What's a S&W Shield go for new ?
Awesome, thank you!SHOOTER13 said:Spelling was corrected by me...just trying to help !
No problem! If I get one I'll post some pics...GunnerGSP said:Hey savage, if you come across a Shield 9mm, please let me know where. I can't seem to find one anywhere.
This is, of course, after you get one for yourself should you choose to do so.
You're likely looking at the G26 or G27.savage07 said:Which of the Glock family it's the smallest gun that can be carry light and comfortable as a conceal arm?
I have never owned a Glock before. I was locking at G30. What's the differences between the G26 and G27 to the G30?GunnerGSP said:You're likely looking at the G26 or G27.
G26 is 9mm.
G27 is .40
Edit: the models listed above are not as thin as the Shield would be. But they are nice pistols for sure.
You can get the specs from here: http://us.glock.com/I have never owned a Glock before. I was locking at G30. What's the differences between the G26 and G27 to the G30?
Yep, what he said ^^^mikecu said:You can get the specs from here: http://us.glock.com/
Though decision between the Glock and the Shield, uh?!GunnerGSP said:Yep, what he said ^^^
Check the website and you can compare size dimensions, caliber, etc.
Your best bet is to go to a local gun shop and hold them, even shoot them if possible.
I have been wanting a G26, but just can't turn away from the thin profile of the Shield.
If there is not much of a price different between 40 and 45. I would pick a 45.savage07 said:I know 9mm it's cheaper than 40 and 45. But between 40 and 45 caliber which it's more economic in the long run. Or are they both about the same?