GLOCK® G27 Subcompact Pistol
Obviously, the name speaks for itself. Glock has always been a top name in firearms, and my experiance with it is no different. Out of the box, the gun is perfect, and I trust my life with it's reliability every time. I primarily use my 27 as a Concealed Carry gun, and it's easy to conceal. I had to go with the extended mags because I didn't like my pinky floating at the bottom of the grip. This will be the case with any sub compact .40. I ordered night sights and some other aftermarket parts to make it just right for me. But like I said, out of the box it's second to none.
December 1, 2010
Glock = Quality
This is yet another quality firearm by Glock. This was the very first gun I purchased over ten years ago and I never regretted it. If you are debating on a Glock, just YouTube videos about the different stress tests. The gun will literally fire every time you squeeze the trigger and that's a big plus in my book. When you squeeze the trigger, you want to know it will go "bang" every time without an issue. My only gripe about this gun is it's not as easy to conceal carry as some other options out there. The gun is pretty heavy and bulky. Other than that, it's a nice quality piece.
January 7, 2015
My G27 is a great gun, a very small package with a lot of fire power; I have shot hundreds upon hundreds of all different brands of .40 ammo through it with only flawless feeding! it has never jammed,
This fire arm is very accurate, reliable, durable, and easy to use.
One of the most reliable and safe guns I have owned other than a revolver!!
Like all Glocks it breaks down in seconds and there are lots of customizable parts available if you want.
Great CC weapon Highly recommended!
You will be happy with this purchase
September 15, 2014
My back up weapon
The Glock 27 is a great little back up or carry weapon. 9 or 10 plus one capacity, great stopping power and a reliable small weapon are some strong selling points.
I carry a Glock 22 on duty with 4 15 round magazines total on my duty belt. If I happen to have a duty weapon failure in an active shooter situation, I can always pull my back up and use the magazines on my belt. Kinda looks weird, but it can be done and it works. That is very comforting while on duty.
I have to use the plus one grip extensions. I have small hands, but my pinky still slides off the bottom of the factory 9 round magazine. Its very hard to fire this weapon without them. I suggest if you purchase a Glock 27, that you get the plus one mag extensions for comfort. They don't add much weight at all and still conceal very well.
September 9, 2012