Glock 26 question

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Kamauhotep, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. Kamauhotep

    Kamauhotep New Member

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    I'm gonna buy a gen 4 glock 26 for my wife. She's shot one before and didn't do bad at all. She's just not too comfortable with the Recoil. I'm Wanting to do a few minor things to reduce recoil for her. Any suggestions? I've been looking online and I found tungsten and stainless steel guide rod, aluminum floor plates etc. You think if I put those on along with some grip tape, night sights, grip extensions, metal slide plate, and a snug plug it will help?
     
  2. Kamauhotep

    Kamauhotep New Member

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    I've never used the guide rods do I'm not too sure if they affect the operation of the firearm or not.
     

  3. GunRunner

    GunRunner New Member

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    Google a company called Sprinco. It should help with her issues. I have one in my 1911.
     
  4. Kamauhotep

    Kamauhotep New Member

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    Thank you. I'll check it out.
     
  5. RecklessRegard

    RecklessRegard New Member

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    I have a stainless rod in my 26. I don't know if it reduces recoil; its been in the gun too long to remember what recoil was like before. However, for a subcompact is is quite easy to shoot.

    I bought all my stuff from Glockmeister.
     
  6. Kamauhotep

    Kamauhotep New Member

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    I'm also curious if all the other items, which will add weight, will aid in reduced felt recoil.
     
  7. danolator

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    I seriously doubt it.
     
  8. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    Yes. Weight decreases felt recoil. Pick up a heavy guide rod and if it is still too much for her you can consider a compensated barrel etc.
     
  9. Kamauhotep

    Kamauhotep New Member

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    Thanks for the replies.