Home Guns for Beginners Why I’m Selling My “Baby Glock” Glock 26 Guns for BeginnersHandguns Why I’m Selling My “Baby Glock” Glock 26 By Robert Farago - July 2, 2010 4 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Things That Don’t Suck: Wolff Gunsprings 22 lb. M&P 10mm Recoil Spring Gun Review: New FN High Power FDE Join The +ONE Movement During National Shooting Sports Month (Hint, It’s Now!) 4 COMMENTS I vote M&P. Reply Please explain your reasoning. Enquiring minds want to know! Reply I’m a little confused Mr. Farago, didn’t you research and find that the grip was small before you purchased this handgun? By the way you can get a grip extension for bigger hands, that way you poor little fingers don’t get pinched, lol. Really, it makes sense that you don’t want your hand to hurt, because in a life and death situation, you want everything super smooth. Therefore, you should have researched a just a little more, and realized you don’t have to buy a 15 round magazine, only a nice little grip extension, for literally $25 bucks. You mentioned you’d purchase a “bigger gun” instead of the baby glock, well doesn’t that sort of negate the whole reasoning behind purchasing a smaller gun? I.e. baby glocks are for concealment, or a backup gun. I think maybe you should have purchased a Glock 19, since it really doesn’t seem like you bought the 26 to conceal, but keep around the home. This video should be titled Hasty Generalization of the G26, not-Why I’m selling my baby glock: boo! Come on sir, we all expect a little more on an online gun review from the TRUTH about guns. Thank you sir! Reply Come on man are you that stupid . 12 round glock mags or magpul . Oh ya buying the right mag extension would help too ! Ranting needlessly about selling my baby glock just goes to show you , you can’t fix stupid Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.