What is the smallest glock pistol?
What is the smallest glock pistol or pistol in general??
26 or 28 depending on the caliber your looking for, assuming your looking at semi-auto's for concealed carry the Springfield xd compact and the S&W M&P Carry are both of similar size (slightly larger but not enough to make a difference). Anything from Kahr (my personal choice for CCW) is considerably smaller even in .40 and .45 and is also rated specifically for +P ammo something the others can't say. Kahrs M line is especially small but at that size I think the weapon begins to lose functionality and ease of use for training. Rohrbough makes a tiny little 9mm that is extremely well designed and built but is also very expensive; it鈥檚 actually smaller than kahr's m line.
Kel-tec makes some pretty small pistols but when it comes to firearms it鈥檚 very clear that you get what you pay for.
I know Taurus made some small handguns as well, but I've heard mixed reviews from owners, they seem inconstant in quality and accuracy, not from owner to owner but from pistol to pistol.
There鈥檚 lots of other tiny handguns out there, these are just the ones that I have personal experience with, there鈥檚 lots of tiny revolvers too and if just size matters there always derringers.
That would be the subcompact line.
Glock 26, 27, 33, 36, or 39.
I personally use the Glock 19, 9mm for concealed carry. It considered full size, but is small enough to carry unnoticed.
The 26 in 9mm, the G27 in .40 cal, G39 in .45 GAP and the G28 in .380 are all the same fame sizes. Different calibers respectively.
With respect to the caliber then the smallest Glock pistol is the G 28 in .380 10 round clip
The smallest Glock by caliber is the Model 28 .380 acp, NOT available to the civilian market in the USA. Next smallest available in the USA is the Model 26 .9mm Glock.
The "Baby Glocks", like the Model 26 in9mm, the Model 27 in .40 S&W,or the Model 33 in .357 Sig. cal. There is also a Glock Model 28, in .380 Auto cal, but it's sale is restricted to law enforcement.
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