Is a Glock 23 Good for CCW?
The Glock 23 measures smaller and lighter than the Glock 22, which uses the same . 40 caliber rounds in a larger frame and magazine. This makes it more suitable for concealed carry, while maintaining the accuracy and stopping power of a full pistol.
Is the Glock 19 small enough to conceal?
The Glock 19 is a “have your cake and eat it too” gun. It’s big enough to give the full-size guns a run for their money in terms of controllability and magazine capacity, but it’s small enough to conceal. Glocks are known to be workhorses and take a beating and just keep on keeping on.
What’s the difference between a Glock 19 and a Glock 23?
The Glock 19 is slightly heavier than the Glock 23. The Glock 19 and Glock 23 have the same type of barrel rifling. The Glock 19 and Glock 23 have the same trigger pull weight (the weight needed to fire the gun) The Glock 19 has a magazine capacity of 15 rounds while the Glock 23 has a magazine of 13 rounds.
What Glock is best for concealed carry?
Glock 19 Gen 5 The Glock 19 is the standard by which all concealed carrying handguns are judged. Many gun manufacturers have produced pistols with the specific intent of competing against the Glock 19. Despite being the original compact Glock pistol, the G19 is in a unique position.
What’s the difference between Glock 19 and Glock 23?
The Glock 19 comes with two 15-round stock mags while the Glock 23 comes with two 13-round stock mags. There isn’t really a world of difference between 15 rounds of 9mm vs. 13 rounds of .40 S&W. For years, both have been proven effective for self defense.
Can a Glock 19 be converted to a 9mm?
Caliber Conversions The Glock 23 can be converted easily from.40 S&W to 9mm, but the Glock 19 not so much (it’s possible to convert it to.40 S&W but it’ll be way more difficult).
Why is the Glock 19 so popular for concealed carry?
Essentially, the Glock 19 is one of the popular form factors for the concealed carry markets because it is affordable, reliable, and has all the right characteristics for an inside the waistband concealed carry holster. Let’s go over the characteristics that make the Glock 19 ideal for concealed carry. Compact Striker Fire, Single Trigger Pull
What kind of ammo do I need for a Glock 23?
If you’re carrying the Glock 23, you can load it with whatever .40 S&W ammo you can get your hands on. Full-metal jacket (FMJ) should be okay because by virtue of its inherently larger bullet diameter, the .40 S&W will make bigger holes than the 9mm.