GLOCK® G27 Subcompact Pistol

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.40 Smith & Wesson

Black

Black

Barrel Length:
3.46"

Round Capacity:
9 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
19.75 oz.
A perfect backup gun specifically designed for concealed carry, the GLOCK G27 Subcompact Pistol delivers the same safety and reliability as a full size GLOCK in a size previously occupied only by snub nose revolvers. Like larger GLOCKs, the G27 pairs a corrosion-resistant, ergonomic, stronger-than-steel polymer frame with a durable cold-hammered steel slide and barrel coated with GLOCK's high tech Tenifer 64 HRC surface treatment.  The Safe Action trigger system teams a trigger safety, trigger bar, and firing pin lock that automatically deactivate one after another as the trigger engages.  GLOCK barrels feature rounded interior profiles for easier cleaning and longer lasting precision. Loaded chamber indicator. Double action. Fixed sights.
GLOCK® G27 Subcompact Pistol 4.9 5 8 8
Extremely reliable 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
Should have bought one sooner. I thought a long time before buying this gun. I even bought a Springfield SA/XD9 first. Had I bought the Glock first I probably would not have bought the Springfield. The recoil from the G27 is much less than I expected. And in my area the 9mm ammo is getting higher in price and harder to find than the 40S&W. I have found the Federal American Eagle to be more accurate than the PMC Bronze. Overall a great conceal carry gun that I truly love. October 20, 2013
Not my favorite As much as I hate to admit it once I did used the warranty to get a replacement guide rod since then it has worked really well. To be fair this could happen to any gun. It is a great C&C weapon as long as you remember that there is not active safety on the gun and take you precautions from there. A good gun but not one I would recommend for the first time buyer. June 4, 2013
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
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Do the rounds stack on top of each other or are they offset side by side?
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Stock mag is Double Stack
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SIDE BY SIDE
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magaizne is double stack and rounds are offset.
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Glock technology is side by side Double stacking. each glock come with a fast loader as well.
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I am looking to eventually get a handgun for Conceal Carry. I want some more power then a 9mm, but not the price of a .45, so I have been looking at the .40 S&W.

So, would this be a good firearm for a CCWL?
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Extremely good for CCWL very reliable, accuarate and a good size
a nice range gun as well if you can handle a .40
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GET IT IN 10MM OR THE 20SF 15 RD.
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Glock 27 is a decent choice for conceal carry. Due to double stack magaizne profile is just as wide as a full size Glock. Check out the Springfield XDS .45 price is just a little more averaging $550-600 but well worth it. Double spring lets weapon shoot like a .40 or less.
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I carry mine in a Remora IWB holster. With the Remora you can even carry in sweats.
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Yes, the Glock 27 is great for concealed carry. I first tried a Glock 23, but it was just slightly too big to be easily concealed (even though I am 6'5" and wear Hawaiian shirts untucked). So I got the 27 and I carry it all the time every day. It's the perfect combination of size and stopping power.
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.40 S&W are great, BUT check into the Glock G36. A slim frame .45 w/6+1 cap. Price is like most Glocks between $475-$545.
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Has Glock three point trigger lock system
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No. That's an optional feature.
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This is a add on feature that cannot be purchased from basspro online unless you call them to see if they can order one for you. It is the same as getting the nightglo sights they are offereing as an add on. In my opinion i would stray away from these internal lock mechanisms. It becomes more parts that can or will possibly break on you. Then your gun will become a boat anchor.
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