Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Admitted, Sep 8, 2009.
Bueller? Summit's prices on the 2nd Gen Glock 22's is really tempting.
I have, but don't regularly.
My normal carry is a 19. I've carried the 17 on a few different occasions and in an MTAC (my only IWB that fits the 17) at 3:30 the grip is definitely more difficult to conceal. Comfort wise there was no difference.
If you're a big guy you might get away with it.
I'm not that big. I bought my 26 so I could pocket carry it, which I do in the winter. Wish I would have gotten a 27 so I can just shoot .40.
Buy 22, cut the grip down to compact size.
I've tucked my Glock 34 before
My physical attributes are impressive to say the least however
You probably could not hope to achieve the level of concealment that I can
I cut a 17 down to a 19 grip....
I wouldn't mind having another. It was a handy size.
I've carried 17s and 34s before. It's easy if you dress right (and have a build to support it. )
I have carried a 22 on a regular basis in an MTAC. I cant mine forward just a bit and wear it at about 4 o'clock. Works well if you wear a thicker shirt. What i mean is, i have some shirts that are of a really thin material and they allow the grip to print pretty easily.
Why not just trade your 26 for a 27?
Could, but it would be cheaper to get the 22 and cut it to the 23 grip length
Never tried.. I only have a Glock 21 SF and theres no way thats going IWB. I stick to my HK P2000 SK for that kind of stuff.
Don't be a Jew. Get the 27.
g34 in comp-tac infidel or m-tac.
If you are going to cut that shit...send it to a pro. That picture is awful...
I took the middle road and went with a 23
carry in an MTAC and have no problems if i wear a baggy shirt, or just some button down.