Known as the "Baby Glock", the Glock G26 spans three generations. Loved for its compact size and ease of concealment, the G26 has been a popular model among civilians, law enforcement, and security personnel alike. A no-brainer option for concealed carry, the G26 is similar in size and weight to snub-nosed revolvers.
A sub-compact, semi-automatic handgun chambered in 9mm with a 10+1 capacity, the Glock G26 is known as the “Baby Glock” and has remained one of the most popular carry weapons since its introduction more than 20 years ago. Highly accurate and dependable, the G26 features a polymer frame and an overall length of less than 6.5 inches and an unloaded weight of a little over a pound. While the Glock 26 was manufactured with the civilian market in mind, it has also proved popular among law enforcement and others in the security sector.
The Glock G26 Gen 4 is an upgrade to one of America’s most popular concealed carry weapon. Chambered in 9mm with a 10+1 capacity, this semi-automatic, sub-compact handgun is known as the “Baby Glock” and features the company’s signature polymer frame with rough texture technology, as well as a new recoil spring assembly that significantly increases the life of the system. The Glock 26 Gen 4 also employs a modular backstrap to instantly accommodate different hand sizes, while the enlarged magazine catch is reversible for both left- and right-handed shooters.
The Glock G26 Gen 5 is a semi-automatic pistol suitable for concealed carry. It features a Glock Marksman barrel with enhanced hexagonal profile and improved barrel crown, ambidextrous slide stop levers, and corrosion resistant nDLC finish. This pistol also offers a flared magwell and ungrooved grip.