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Glock Model 26 9mm Parabellum, $599

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Our G26 performed without a moment's worry and carried 10+1 rounds. The Glock 26 was never meant to be a target pistol or a primary weapon. But as a hideout gun or backup pistol, the Glock 26 is a solid choice.

Glock Model 26 9mm Parabellum, $599

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One aspect of the Glock pistols that has made them popular is that they are relatively inexpensive and simple. But, this nicely cut recess in the barrel crown showed us that our G26 was not lacking in attention to detail.
The standard Glock fixed sight on our G26 was drift adjustable and accented by a bright white outline. On bigger guns with a longer sight radius, focus on the front sight might push your vision so far ahead of the rear sight that a white outline can go unnoticed, especially under stress. But on the little G26 we never lost sight of the outline during our fast-action drills.

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