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★★★★☆

“First off i love this glock, and i got it for under...”

Written on: 13/01/2004 by usha45 (4 reviews written)

Good Points
good looking gun
powerful with standard gas
full auto :D
easily strippable
single shot is accurate

Bad Points
capacity for gas in magazine is low
full auto is inaccurate (but fun)
Fiddly to load
no RAS/RIS

General Comments
First off i love this glock, and i got it for under 100 pounds which i'm happy about, the gun feels very comfortable to hold as it is the model with the extra section of grip that slides around the magazine, the regular glock 26 grip is too short for anyone with medium or large hands.

I have had some trouble with cocking the gun as sometimes it will not charge the first bb. i haven't found the cause of this or an effective way to get round it and often if you cock the slide again it will load the first and second bbs which will jam your gun.

Maintenance is very easy as the slide can easily be removed for cleaning and lubricating, you just put it in safety and switch a small catch on both sides of the weapon then pull it off, takes 2 seconds and almost as quick to put it back on again



Firing the gun is very satisfying, single shot is very accurate for a fairly low FPS gun, adjusting hop up will give you more range if you need it. The gun has enough power to push a BB though most targets such as cardboard or in my case plastic flower pots and fallen fruit on bamboo sticks (hey make use of what's available eh?)

i only wish this glock was similar to say the 18s or 19s because they have the small rail system just forward of the trigger guard which would mean i could mount LAM units or a laser or something to make it look meaner

I'd still recommend this gun to anyone looking for a bit of fun plinking targets or as a back up to an AEG if anyone skirmishes... i can see the full auto coming in handy in this situation