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Glock 27 Sub Compact .40 S&W Fixed Sights [PI2750201]
by Alan K
Date Added: Friday 27 February, 2009
The good: The G27 has all the Glock quality, reliability, and durability you come to expect. Most smaller autos are plagued with failures, terrible durability, short lives, etc. You won't have that problem with the G27. I personally can't pocket carry a G27, but some people can. I think the G27's best role is smartcarry or ankle carry. For belt carry I found I could carry a G23 95% as easily and it offers many advantages. Still, the G27 is a great gun.
The bad: If you aren't used to recoil, it can be a bit much, especially with the short grip which is not ideal. You may find you must regrip it between shots because it jumps out of your hand. That happened to me at first, but eventually stopped. The real beef I have with the G27 is that the G23 is so much more ideal. With the G27 compared to the G23 you give up 3-4 rounds, a full handed grip, some velocity, some sight radius, and a more reliable single recoil spring.