I reckon A.U.A.’s being a bit coy with his everydaycarry.com pocket dump. What are the odds that the Spanish police officer doesn’t carry a wallet, keys, badge and phone. Still, props to the cop for carrying a baby GLOCK. Despite the arrival of the diminutive single-stack 9mm GLOCK 43, the double-stack 9mm GLOCK 26 is still a superior choice for concealed carry — at least in terms of grip and capacity. Concealability, not so much. Maybe A.U.A. doesn’t care because . . .
If A.U.A.’s GLOCK 26 “prints” (i.e., it’s visible through his concealment garment), would that be a problem? The general public probably doesn’t expect anyone to be carrying a pistol. (Except the bad guys, maybe?) When you don’t look, you don’t see.
Here in the U.S., the same lack of firearms awareness applies. When I open carried in Rhode Island, no one gave my gun a second look. Mostly not even a first look. If someone saw my gun they simply assumed I was a cop. I wonder if the same would be true in New York City. #notmymonkeysnotmyzoo
I also wonder if the baby GLOCK enjoys the same popularity now that the 42 and 43 are around. Which one of this ballistic threesome did you or would you choose?