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    glock 26 or S&W m&p compact

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    I want to buy one today cant make up my mind. Any input my ccw gun is a H&K uspc 40 want something smaller.

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    Welcome to the forum, glad you're here! New guy buys cigars.

    I deleted your duplicate post.

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    I 'd take the glock 26 over the mp any day.I have looked at the mp and it
    was one of the pistols I was looking at when I purchased my glock.I still like
    SW99 line better than the mp line.

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    I hate it when I ask people a question "A or B..." and they answer "C!!!" ...

    I'd get a P99

    Between those two... I'd say I'd get an MP

    I hate glocks, don't know why. I just dislike them. I have a poor opinion, don't know why I'm even posting haha. ... lonely I guess *sniff sniff*

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    For me, it just doesn't get better than the Glock 26.


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    Guess which one Im gonna tell you to go with...

    In all seriousness though, I bought the M&Pc cause I liked the looks of it, I like the fact that it had an ambi mag release and slide lock, also because it just "fit" my hand, and thats probably the most important thing. I bought it without shooting it, and I do not regret it at all. Im more than happy with the gun, and out of the 3 guns I own, I carry the M&Pc the most.

    Ive shot the G26 before and didnt really care for it too much. Im sure its a good gun, just not for me.

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    Here is a shocker for you. I would go with the M&P9c. Reasons, compact, accessory rail, 12+1, black coated stainless steel, ambidextrous slide catch, quick change mag release, interchangeable back straps, light weight, accurate, visual loaded chamber indicator, and all this backed up by a lifetime warranty. Some will say there aren't a lot of accessories for it yet, but that is quickly changing, and it does not have a long track record yet infancies on Yet.



    Last edited by Maximo; 04-11-2007 at 03:57 PM.

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    Try them both to see what fits and shoots right.

    Personally, I'd go for either the Glock 26/27.

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    I had a Glock 27 and didn't care for the way it felt or shot. I have a M&P 9C and like it much better. It is a little larger than the mini-Glock but still very compact, certainly smaller than your present gun.

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    of the choises you give id take the g26 anyday as that is what ive been carrying up till this week when i got my xdsc but the 26 is still easier to conceal with just a tshirt on over shorts for me because the grip is shorter on the 26 even with a pearce grip extinsion on the mag.

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