Glock 26 gen 3

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by brettc, May 5, 2012.

  1. brettc

    brettc New Member

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    Just picked up my first glock today, glock 26 gen3. Any information on the firearm would be great or some tips. Appreciate it.
     
  2. apowers1214

    apowers1214 New Member

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    Congratulations on your new purchase. I have the glock 17 mags and bought the grip extender for my 26. Have fun with it.
     

  3. Fathead00

    Fathead00 New Member

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    Glock is an awesome gun and real easy to disassemble to clean. I own a Glock 35 and love it!!
     
  4. brettc

    brettc New Member

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    Thanks guys. This is only my second handgun, but I'm excited to get out there and see how she does.
     
  5. GaMatt72

    GaMatt72 New Member

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    Congrats!!! I have 2 Glocks and love them.
     
  6. RNstanger

    RNstanger New Member

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    I love the 26. A friend of mine has one and it is probably the most accurate 9mm i've shot to date. I want one. Congrats
     
  7. kmglocks

    kmglocks New Member

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    Here's mine, no frills, just a good carry gun.
     
  8. eric411

    eric411 New Member

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    Painted the lettering on my 26. I love the way it turned out. Night sights are on it, now I'm just looking for some pinky extensions for the mag.
     
  9. cmbtmedic318

    cmbtmedic318 New Member

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    Im looking at buying a glock 29sf or gen 4 in august im moveing to alaska this month so trying to get ammo for bear to any tips thanx
     
  10. Staestc

    Staestc New Member

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    The lettering looks great. What paint did you use?
     
  11. scott_gen

    scott_gen New Member

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    I'm interested too.
     
  12. kmglocks

    kmglocks New Member

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    Pearce grips are good and very inexpensive. Glock also makes a 12 rd mag as well.
     
  13. eric411

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    I actually used a craft store paint marker. First off I oiled down the slide a good bit, then I took a tool I use for cleaning grooves on golf clubs an roughed up the inside of the lettering just following the grooves. Then I just did a few coats while wiping away the excess paint. The layer of oil kept the paint from sticking to the slide and I was able to clean up any paint that wasn't where I wanted I to be with a little elbow grease.