I have noticed that more of you tend to carry smaller Glocks, is it just a size issue or something else.
x2. I am a fairly skinny dude (34 in waist, 6' tall, 185 lbs). Carrying a 17 would be difficult to conceal. I have chosen a 19, but I started leaning towards a 26 with a grip extension. In the end they are about the same size/weight though.When it comes to concealed carry, key word is CONCEALED.
What got me interested in Glock was the fact that I could carry a high capacity gun and still keep the size down. I feel more comfortable carrying my Beretta than anything just because of the de-cocker and the way the entire top of the slide is open (since I'm a lefty) but it's too big and heavy. That's the main reason I chose the G19, I was able to shed weight and size and still have the same 15 round capacity. I have a Colt Mustang .380 that I carried for a while but was never comfortable with the caliber or the 5 round capacity. If the choice for me was only the 17, I would have just kept carrying the Beretta. It wouldn't be enough for me to just shed weight and keep the size, I wanted to slim down both.CaptainJack said:I have noticed that more of you tend to carry smaller Glocks, is it just a size issue or something else.
Yeah, open carry doesn't go into effect until Nov 1st in Oklahoma. I like the Blackhawk Serpa as well.J-Will said:I OWB carry a gen 4 glock 17. Our CCW is super easy to get here, I'm just too lazy to do it, and can't find a free day to get it done. I prefer to open carry anyways, I don't mind if anybody sees it. I open carry in a Blackhawk Serpa.
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