Glock 26 gen 5
Glock 26 gen 5 is a 9×19mm “subcompact” variation intended for covered convey. This glock was presented in 1995, chiefly for the non military personnel market.
Glock 26 gen 5 includes a more modest casing contrasted with the Glock 19, with a single handed grip that upholds just two fingers. It is a more limited barrel and slide, and a super load magazine with a standard limit of 10 rounds.
A plant magazine with a +2 augmentation gives a limit of 12 rounds. Likewise, production line magazines from the Glock 17, Glock 18, and Glock 19, with limits of 15, 17, 19, 24, 31 and 33 rounds, will work in the Glock 26.
More than basically a “abbreviated” Glock 19, plan of the subcompact Glock 26 required broad improve of the casing, locking square, and spring gathering that includes a double backlash spring.
Description of Glock 26 gen 5
The GLOCK 26 is now available in GLOCK’s latest generation of perfection. A popular option for concealed carry, the GLOCK 26 Gen5 now features the GLOCK Marksman Barrel (GMB), delivering increased accuracy with polygonal rifling and an improved barrel crown. Other features include the removal of the finger grooves, an ambidextrous slide and the superior GLOCK hard-surface finish nDLC.
It comes with front serrations (FS) which provide an additional tactile surface choice when manipulating the slide giving the operator positive traction even with wet or sweaty hand.
|1||Length (Overall)**||163 mm | 6.42 inch|
|2||Slide Length||159 mm | 6.26 inch|
|3||Width (Overall)||33 mm | 1.30 inch|
|4||Slide Width||25,5 mm | 1.0 inch|
|5||Height incl.Mag.||106 mm | 4.17 inch|
|6||Line of Sight (Polymer)||137 mm | 5.39 inch|
|Line of Sight (Steel)||136 mm | 5.35 inch|
|Line of Sight (GNS)||135 mm | 5.31 inch|