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||Posted - October 23 2017 : 3:17:40 PM
Had a Glock 27 years ago but I remember it was not pleasant to shoot. Took the one I horse traded for and shot both DPX and Win white box and found both pleasant to shoot. I was going to chrono a variety of .40 loads in my KT carbine, my Glock 22, and Glock 27, but it is raining heavily with a prediction of 2-4" today and rain all week.
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||Posted - October 29 2017 : 10:05:17 AM
I had a Model 27 issued to me at my last PD. When I retired I was hoping I could get it but it did not happen. The only .40 I really ever liked was that 27.
||Posted - October 29 2017 : 02:35:30 AM
Evan, I found the G27 to be the softest shooting Glock in that caliber--I think it was the dual spring RSA. This was before the Gen4 guns came out . . .
||Posted - October 25 2017 : 10:33:13 AM
I have a game warden friend who wont carry anything but a g27.
||Posted - October 24 2017 : 1:18:26 PM
Hoping the weather would cooperate so I could chrono a variety of .40 loads out of my two Glocks and the KT. Delay might be good though as Peter Pi is sending me some CB .40 in 135 gr and 150 gr jhp and some PoowRball.
we had 3" of rain yesterday and my wife's mother is flying to AZ in a week and I was hoping we'd get some snow before she left!
||Posted - October 23 2017 : 7:02:48 PM
when I shot it I wasn't focusing on the grip and it functioned just fine.
||Posted - October 23 2017 : 6:21:14 PM
Couple friends of mine that have G27 like them but tend to have problems with malfunctions if shooting them under time pressure.
Pretty sure their grip on it doesn't stay firm enough, part of prior them is grip is probably to small plus the recoil of the 40.