Welcome to the Glock Forum cjkoz1975 !!
Yes, but avoid any used weapons that have, " XX Department of Corrections". In corrections, very few guns are permanently issued to individuals. Central Trans, SID (I/A), Fugitive Squad, Chiefs (now Majors in NJ) and Administrators. All of our guns are post assigned.Why not pick up a good used .40cal Glock that is a police trade-in? They are almost always serviced well, shot little/carried often. You can't go wrong for something $350 or so. I know there is a site called summitgunbroker.com that sells them, along with several others.
Usually on the slide.KMurry, that's good info. Where is it that one would find the markings "XX Department of Corrections?"
I am not law enforcement. The blue label glocks are available to firefighters as well. It is a very nice deal.I say go with a larger gun, if you already have a 26. I'm confused though. You can get the Blue Label discount, but you can't carry? Are you not law enforcement?
Additionally, I'm left handed and was able to have the mag eject switched to the other side so I can eject it with with my thumb. It was converted in 5 minutes at my local shop.SCHeadbanger said:I've got a Gen 4 19, and have had 0 problems or concerns with it after firing approx 400 rounds. Like it was mentioned, the Internet tends to be all over the place. Completely happy with mine.