For my concealed carry firearms I’ve been carrying the Glock 26. The sub-compact Glock 26 is a smaller gun which is easier to conceal, however, because of the smaller size you have a few drawbacks. One of those being the smaller grip size. The Glock 26 stock grip only has 2 finger grooves which leave nowhere for your pinkie finger to naturally rest. There are a few options out there to remedy this problem and I’ve tried several of them. The one I have settled on is the Pearce Grip Sub-Compact Plus Extension for Glock.
With my 26 the extension gives me that natural resting place for my finder as well as +3 rounds for increased capacity.
I’ve done a few dry fire runs with these Pearce Grip Extensions and they seem to flow very well with my draw, grip and mag changes.
Glock Sub-Compact Plus Extension XL round counts:
- +1 for Glock 39
- +2 for Glock 27/33
- +3 for Glock 26
- These units blend with the contours and texture of the handgun giving a factory appearance.
- They are made from High Impact Polymer and withstand drop tests at temperatures from -20 F to 350 F.
- They form the next logical finger positioning feature to provide control and comfort without sacrificing conceal ability.
- Provides magazine identification via Mag-Track™ for those that rotate magazine usage.
MSRP of $9.95 direct from Pearce Grips
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