GLOCK 26 SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN for sale
New Glock 26 Semi-Auto Shotgun: The Perfect Home Defense Weapon?
For home defense, the Glock 26 semi-auto shotgun is the perfect weapon. In addition to its easy portability, this lightweight yet powerful weapon can be used to defend you and your family against intruders without endangering anyone in the house who may not be aware of what’s going on outside their bedroom door. It’s also very easy to conceal, allowing you to comfortably carry it in public without raising any eyebrows…or suspicions that you might be carrying a concealed weapon in case of emergency.
An introduction to the new GLOCK 26
The semi-auto version of GLOCK’s subcompact G26, which is a serious handgun for those who believe you should never be without a weapon. Despite its size, a lot of shooters find it incredibly easy to shoot and recoil is almost non-existent due to an incredible muzzle brake. This puts it firmly in position as one of the best home defense weapons on offer today. It has also gained notoriety as one of Hollywood’s favorite guns and can regularly be seen in action movies. You don’t have to be Bruce Willis or Angelina Jolie to own one though! Anyone can buy one and enjoy shooting with it. In fact, if you want something that is lightweight but packs a punch then there are few better options than the new GLOCK 26 semi-auto shotgun. And if you like what you see here then please feel free to click through and take advantage of our exclusive discount code – we would really appreciate your support! Thanks for reading! We hope you enjoyed it and look forward to hearing from you soon.
What kind of person is this gun meant for?
The answer to that question is most definitely not for everyone. This gun is for someone who owns a home, and wants to defend it from intruders. A homeowner would have all kinds of experience with firearms and be competent enough to be in control of one of these. On top of that, they would also have a safe place inside their home to store a loaded firearm like a lockbox or gun safe. People who live in apartments should look into other types of guns as well as pepper spray instead of using deadly force to protect themselves. Although it may not happen very often, there are situations where an intruder can get past your door. You need something on hand that can stop them immediately before they get any further into your home than they already are by getting past your front door. If you’re going to keep a gun at home, make sure you know how to use it properly and safely. If you don’t feel comfortable handling a weapon like this, then think about renting a gun range and taking some classes so you can learn how to shoot properly. There’s no excuse for not knowing how to handle a weapon like this if you own one! In order to carry around such power in your hands, you must know what you’re doing. The last thing anyone needs is an accident because they didn’t know what they were doing when handling such powerful weapons! If you do decide that owning such a powerful weapon is right for yourself, here are some things I recommend considering when purchasing one
Benefits of a small gun like this one
There are so many benefits to owning a small, handheld gun like a semi-auto shotgun. It’s incredibly easy to store and conceal, which makes it ideal for someone who lives in an urban environment or has limited space. This gun is also lightweight and easy to carry; it’s perfect for someone with arthritis or chronic joint pain that might make firing a handgun difficult. These guns typically have more modest recoil than handguns as well; another benefit for those with weak hands or chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia. One of my favorite things about these guns is their versatility. They can be used to defend your home against intruders, but they can also be used for hunting game birds and small animals like squirrels and rabbits. If you live in a rural area where hunting is legal, having one of these at home could save you time when you go out looking for dinner!
It’s important to note that there are some drawbacks to choosing a smaller weapon like this one too though. They can be harder to aim than larger guns, and they have shorter ranges than handguns or rifles. In addition, semi-auto shotguns don’t hold as many rounds as other types of weapons; if you need more than 5 or 6 shots at once, you might want to consider another type of gun instead. Finally, if you plan on carrying your gun with you in public often, it can be inconvenient—and potentially dangerous—to have a long shotgun slung over your shoulder or tucked into your purse.
Pros and Cons of the new GLOCK 26
From a technical standpoint, a semi-automatic 12 gauge shotgun is better for home defense than a pump action. It allows you to maintain your focus on what’s happening in front of you and it doesn’t force you to get off target to manipulate another part of your gun (i.e., pulling back on a slide). On top of that, shotguns are inherently more intimidating because they tend to make more noise, are longer and can be very powerful with slugs. In other words, an intruder is much less likely to decide he/she really wants whatever’s being protected after seeing what lies at his/her feet! Still, there are some drawbacks to using a semi-auto. For one thing, many people aren’t familiar with them or don’t like them because they’re not as easy to use. And while a pump action will allow you to fire as fast as you can pull the trigger, most semi-autos have a rate of fire limited by how quickly you can cycle their actions (which typically requires both hands). That said, if I were going to own only one weapon for home defense—and I could only choose between these two—I’d pick the GLOCK 26 without hesitation. It has all of its predecessor’s strengths and none of its weaknesses… but then again, maybe I’m just biased since my favorite handgun manufacturer happens to make it!
GLOCK 26 SPECIFICATIONS
A semi-automatic shotgun is a defensive weapon that can be used in close combat or against multiple opponents. This is an ideal weapon for home defense, as it is relatively easy to use and maintain but has considerable stopping power. It uses shells, which are loaded from magazine tubes, allowing them to be easily reloaded. With its short barrel and low recoil, a semi-automatic shotgun allows for a wide range of potential users (from young children to elderly adults). They also have reduced blast noise and smoke compared to rifles (though they are still louder than handguns). For all these reasons, many people choose a semi-automatic shotgun as their primary home defense weapon. Here’s everything you need to know about new Glock 26 semi-auto shotgun.
Some models of shotguns, such as tactical shotguns, are designed with both military and law enforcement purposes in mind; however, most models are designed solely for civilian use. These weapons are commonly used for hunting game or protecting property; however, some states allow private citizens to carry concealed firearms within their homes, even if concealed carry permits aren’t issued by state authorities. This means that legally speaking, anyone who owns a shotgun may not need anything more than a standard government permit to keep it at home. However most states require license ownership before being allowed to purchase certain kinds of guns; semi-automatic shotguns fall into those categories.
semi auto shotgun. Similar in size and weight to the small-frame snub-nose revolvers it has replaced, the GLOCK 26 fires the popular 9 mm Luger cartridge with minimum recoil and more on-target accuracy at a fast rate of fire. It’s an ideal backup for those who use the GLOCK 17 or GLOCK 19 for open carry, even more so since the larger 9mm magazines fit the G26 as well.
Glock 26 Semi-Auto Shotgun
After all, though highly concealable and easy to carry, pocket pistols are usually quite small, making them difficult to hold and use, especially under stress. And it gets worse! As if this wasn’t enough, these small handguns have other problems including:
These weaknesses mean that pocket pistols are, at best, highly specialized weapons, suitable for limited tactical applications.
Thus, the famous line from Ian Fleming’s “GOLDFINGER,” in which the villain himself, speaking to James Bond and brandishing a tiny Colt Pocket Model .25 ACP, exclaims,
“I always shoot for the right eye… and I never miss!”
Until you analyze the limitations of the weapon, it sounds like macho pulp fiction. But the truth is that Goldfinger’s statement is not so farfetched as it might at first appear.
The pocket pistol’s negative characteristics mean that, to be effective, it must indeed be used at very close ranges.
Such a limitation also negates any hope of tactical flexibility thus making pocket pistols unsatisfactory as general-purpose weapons. semi auto shotgun
There have been attempts to rectify the pocket pistol’s shortcomings, but none have met with much success.
Magazine capacity has been increased for certain guns, but at the expense of concealability and without addressing the stopping power problem. And, a few of the more recent designs feature superior placement of controls that serve to enhance operator efficiency.
But these innovations are insufficient – the pocket pistol has for many decades remained a marginal compromise between tactical necessity and required sacrifice. Until now.
semi auto shotgun The Glock Solution
In July, 1995, Glock introduced the first real innovationin pocket pistols in seventy years – the 9mm Model 26 and .40 caliber M-27. Fully as compact as the majority of pocket pistols, and in some cases even smaller, the M-26/27 rectifies the pocket pistol’s greatest flaw. semi auto shotgun
Though diminutive in size, they’re chambered for the venerable 9mm Parabellum and potent .40 S&W cartridge, thus solving the stopping power problem.
And both pistols have excellent high-visibility sights, a super-tough military matte finish, convenient controls and, with ten rounds for the M-26 9mm and nine for the .40 M-27, more than adequate magazine capacity.
Based on the highly reliable standard Glock design, these little powerhouses offer the best solution to the problems of the pocket pistol.
In fact, they solve them completely! In addition, they operate and field-strip like regular Glocks, come out of a holster just as fast and shoot just as accurately. semi auto shotgun
Before carrying them into the field, I shot 2500 rounds of assorted .40 ammo through the M-27 and a full 5000 rounds through the 9mm M-26. I presented them at high speeds from a holster,
Galco gun-bag, and even from my waistband – and they worked. I performed hundreds of Tactical and Speed reloads with them – and they worked.
And my students and instructors alike shot them in high-speed drills of every imaginable description – and they worked.
In short, as you have probably guessed by now – they work! We shot them in the rain, the heat, and the cold without a single stoppage, even with some 9mm and .40 caliber lead-bullet reloads of highly questionable origin that I threw in just to see what would happen. And they worked.
semi auto shotgun Shooting Impressions
Thus, the verdict was unanimous – the Models 26 and 27 are winners, without a doubt. Everyone who shot them wanted to keep them and, with the .40 caliber Model 27 in particular, on multiple occasions, I thought I’d have to fight my instructors to get it back! One particular observation stands out: even in high-speed holster presentations, the M-26/27 was “user friendly,” and surprisingly controllable in fast shooting sequences.
What surprised us the most was that even though the M-26/27 is “chopped and channeled” and is without question a true pocket pistol, when we shot it, it felt like the larger M-19 9mm or M-23 .40. Due to the forward cant of the grip and low slide/barrel mass, it recoils straight back into the web of the firing hand instead of rising, thus compensating for the reduced mass of the grip area. semi auto shotgun
In addition, only a short transition period – like 10 or 15 minutes-is required to become accustomed to the absence of a place to put the little finger of the firing hand.
Ransom Rest and offhand Weaver shooting confirmed that both the M-26 and M-27 shoot beautifully – far more so than self-defense n-dssions would ever require. With the 9mm Model 26, Federal Hydra-Shok 147-grain JHPs proved the most accurate, while the .40 M-27 shot magnificently with Speer Gold Dot 155-grain JHPs. semi auto shotgun
Even 3-second, from-the-holster, 25-meter head shots were relatively easy, not by any means the norm, even with a full-sized service pistol, and are an impossible feat with any other pocket gun!
If you’ve gotten the impression that I’m enthusiastic about the Glock M-26/27, you’re right. At last we have a pocket pistol with general-purpose capabilities, making it a wonderful primary gun for plain-clothes or narcotics officers and a fine backup gun for uniformed personnel, especially when their primary weapon is a standard-sized Glock. semi auto shotgun
For civilian concealed carry, such as in a fanny pack or inside-the-pants holster, the M-26/27 offers excellent concealability and light weight, with no loss of presentation speed or controllability. And since both guns are chambered for decent service cartridges, semi auto shotgun
the issue of stopping power is much less of a concern, especially with the .40 caliber M-27. In fact, I’m now carrying the M-27 daily in either an M-D Labs “THUNDERBOLT” holster, which I co-designed with M-D honcho Kevin McClung, or a Galco Fast-Action Gun System fanny pack.
In short, the Model 26/27 is an excellent weapon with much to offer. Whether you carry a badge or just want a nightstand gun, it represents not only an excellent value, but the best combination of accuracy, stopping power, human engineering, light weight and concealability now available. I predict great popularity for the M-26/27, so get one as fast as you can- once the word gets out it might be tough! semi auto shotgun
Glock 26 Specifications
|Action||Safe Action (constant double action mode)|
|Overall length (slide)||6.29 in. (160 mm)|
|Height, including magazine||4.17 in. (106 mm)|
|Width||1.18 in. (30 mm)|
|Barrel length||3.46 in. (88 mm)|
|Sight radius||5.43 in. (138 mm)|
|Rifling||Hexagonal profile with right-hand twist of one turn in 9.84 in. (250 mm)|
|Weight, without magazine||19.75 oz. (560 g)|
|Weight, empty magazine||2.12 oz. (60 g)|
|Weight, full magazine||~7.23 oz. (~205 g)|
|Magazine capacity||10 rounds|
|Standard trigger pull||~5.5 lbs. (~2.5 kg)|
|Trigger pull length||0.5 in. (12.5 mm)|
|Number of safeties||3|