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Texas48

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About Texas48

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    San Antonio Texas

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    Family, Shooting, Reloading, Golf

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  1. Had the same issues with my wrist and hands. Follow ups we’re not as fast or accurate as I wanted. Have a sig p365 and love it but for me it’s snappy. Slow fire it’s a laser but double taps and rapid fire the groups were not as tight. Bought a 26.5 and is a much softer shooter for my arthritic 70+ year old hands and groups are tight. I do believe the barrel and the extra weight makes it more controllable for follow ups. As for ammo I don’t worry about prices. I load for 3 calibers and pay 13.00 per hundred for practice ammo that is better quality than I can find anywhere. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I have carried Glock sub compacts for 15 years. Started with a G29sf as my arthritis started went to the g27. Post my 70th birthday i decided to go to 9mm. Tried Shields but didn’t like the ergos so went back to the G 27. A year after the P365 came out bought one and carried it for a few months and really liked the conceal ability and capacity. Found it just a little snappy but accurate during slow fire but follow ups were getting a larger spread than i wanted. So back to Glock and picked up a G26.5. Carry my G26.5 daily now. Love this firearm. Groups are tight recoil is softer than any single stacks I have owned. i am used to carrying a Glock sub compact and the 26.5 conceals well. The accuracy is superb. For SD this firearm fits my needs. I must admit that my G23 and my G20 are still accurate and manageable for me but now relegated to bed stand duty and home defense. Still won’t part with my 27’s and the 29sf. Exercise all of them at least once a month just to stay familiar with them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. All glock oem parts except for Ameriglo Agent NS. Glock - connector and glock smooth face triggers and extended slide release on all of my Glocks. Want to have the same sight picture and trigger feel on each of the Glocks. Keeping things consistent Glock to Glock produce consistent results no matter which glock I use. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. My cost per round with new brass RMR 165 gr Bullets is .28 per round. Once fired priced drop to .14. 10 gr power pistol 1300 ft/sec Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I have Ameriglo Agents on all my Glocks. Over the years I have used Tru glo, Ameiglo I dots, Heine Straight 8's and Meprolights. The Agents have worked best for me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. BE86 for 9 and .40 use Power Pistol for 10mm. Longshot sometimes for .40 and 10mm
  7. I use old pretzel jars from costco. They hold about 2000 10mm brass about 2300 .40 and about 2600 9 mm. They have tight screw on lids.
  8. I have over 20 for G26 and 19. All of them are reliable but for Carry use oem glock mags. I would not hesitate to use them in a pinch. A couple of them have a few hundred rounds and not one misfeed . Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Carry my G27 daily but have several others using 10mm bullets. G29sf G20Gen4, G23Gen4, and spare G27Gen4. I find the heavier the bullet the .40 becomes less snappy. I have a few 9mm handguns and they are all good shooters recoil is less snappy depending on what loads you are shooting. I just prefer the performance of the .40 over the 9mm.The most accurate of all my handguns are the G20 then the G29sf. My 29sf was my edc for years but now I am getting older and the lighter weight of the 27 and it conceals better than my 29sf so the 27 is a better choice for ME. IMHO a 180gr bullet in the 7 or 8 region will case more damage that a 115gr or 124gr bullet in the same region of the target. Just my opinion.
  10. I carry a Glock 27 Gen 4 as my EDC because I wear business casual with tucked in shirt. The 27 disappears so its great for CC and my range is 2 miles from my house so I fire at least once a week. I have a 26 but just feel a little under gunned with 9 mm. Not looking to start a caliber war. The 26 is very shootable and follow up are a tad faster. I just feel better carrying the 27. My favorite Glock is my G29sf but won't conceal for me as easily as my 27 and is somewhat heavier.
  11. Following Eric! Glad to be here.

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