GUN Opinon Ruger LCP vs Glock 27

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  1. caucasion

    caucasion New Member

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    I have previously owned a keltec 380 and a glock 30. I moved from the keltec to the glock because the kel tec had jammed on me several times, which wasnt my cup of tea. i got ride of the glock 30 because it felt just as bulky as my glock 21. I was able to order a ruger LCP after the recall and am still deciding on what to do with it. I can get a brand new glock 27 for only 100 more than what i paid for the ruger and im still undecided. any suggestions?
     
  2. Bloody Sunday

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    are you CC'ing?

    if not, who gives a shit if it's bulky or not.
     
  3. Ford4Life

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    You are comparing apples to oranges. Pocket guns are thier own world.
     
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    keltec
     
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    Which LCP recall :mamoru:
     
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    j-frame revolver. Still a pocketable gun, far better round than a .380 and far more reliable than the rugtec.
     
  7. Ford4Life

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    Have you looked at the PF9? It's small enough to pocket carry. 8 rounds of 9mm, mine has never choked on any round I've ever fed it, includinig +P hollowpoints.

    Most of the jams on Keltec's are user caused. You must have a proper grip, and no sissy wrist it.
     
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    G19 for the nightstand and G26 for CCW

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  9. Dumbstixlars

    Dumbstixlars Ron Paul/AR-15/Glock/old car/Scooby/R/C croo OT Supporter

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    Fixed.
     
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    I like the G26 and the G19. The 9mm is a lot easier to call shots at speed in a sub compact.
     
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    that works too. i've got my 19 on my right now though :rofl:
     
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    and a lot more affordable. im keeping my steyr .40, but not going to buy another .40
     
  13. Dumbstixlars

    Dumbstixlars Ron Paul/AR-15/Glock/old car/Scooby/R/C croo OT Supporter

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    Don't get me wrong the 26 is an excellent pistol, but I had to put the extension on mine to make it more comfortable to shoot and now it's the same size as a 19, but holds three rounds less. :hs:
     
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    yeah. i put the extension on mine as well. was too small even for my wife's hands. but I still like it for what it is. :hs:
     
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    :rofl: I tried it plenty. it sucked. and for a few bucks for each mag, it was worth the fix

    :edit: unless you had an accident at some point in your life that you're not telling us about :coolugh:
     
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    I have one :dunno:

    wife likes the 26. it's lighter

    plus my wife has 4 fingers and a thumb. unlike you it appears :coolugh:
     
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    I thought it was SO uncomfortable. I guess to each their own though. :hs:
     
  18. Dumbstixlars

    Dumbstixlars Ron Paul/AR-15/Glock/old car/Scooby/R/C croo OT Supporter

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    I have. Strangely enough I'm actually more accurate with the stock mags. :eek3:
    I still like the full grip though. Idk I may go back to it.
     
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    cz rami. if you must have .40 they make it in .40 as well as 9. see my thread..
     
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    or this
     
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    i guess it is apples to oranges. im pretty much set with if i needed to take the shot, id feel more comfortable with say a glock 26 or 27 than the ruger. thats what it pretty much boils down to.
     
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    bump. i shot the 23 and i have shot the 19 before. i guess its going to go to preference.
     
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    Once you put the extension on the 26/27, its the same grip length as the 19/23, just with a shorter barrel and if you're carrying on your belt, the difference in barrel length doesn't affect concealment.

    I ended up getting rid of my 27 cos anytime I was willing to carry something that thick, I'd carry the 23.
     
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    that was her thing. its still lighter and technically smaller for her and that's her deal.

    not to mention you can't LEGALLY CCW in WI :o
     
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    its funny when you look down to the sizes. the 23 and 25 are only .56 inches difference in length, thats it. and the 30 is almost the same size as the 23 which has more rounds. im really stuck on what i want and know i can get a 30 this week or a 27 right now. decisions.
     

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