Hydros nice man A buddy of mine became a FBI agent recently and he says bring down your Glock 27 I want to check it out.
I was like ok i go over his house and he is checking out my gun comparing it to his duty glock and we are talking shit he then he takes out the mag and see the hydras and goes " holy shit I thought these were only for law enforcement " I SAY GUESS NOT ! LOL to funny .
I have the 21 SF they first released, the one everyone forgot existed. It's got the 1913 rail and the ambi mag release. I used to carry it when I worked in a gun shop, and everyone argued with me that it wasn't factory. Apparently, Glock didn't make this version for very long.
I'm glad someone does! LOL! We had a local guy actually started a business based completely on his. It was a holster company. Sadly eventually went under, but it was still really cool. And the only way I ever got a decent holster for it. When I bought it, I thought it would be so functional... well... everything is made for the Glock rail anyway. And mine has this horrible tendency to eat flashlights anyway. Everyone I know wants to test this theory with theirs no matter how many times I tell them it isn't a good idea. None have survived aside from my Streamlight.
I know a few guys that carry the same model you have, they all run raven holsters here is a link [link] Great holsters and you can use them as OWB or IWB holsters they are modular. Oh here is the link for the light compatible holster [link]
I have the same issue with my Glock 24 when it comes to lights. It eats none LED lights like crazy, and even LED's have been killed by it. I have no idea why either, its is just a 40 Cal. But I guess its due the recoil impulse being different due the longer slide or something. But the Streamlight TRL is a great light and so far no issues with that one. My older none LED Streamlight M3 also seems to hold up to the abuse. But I think it survive due to it being so light weight
Thank you very much. I like my 1911's as well, but in a firefight I think I would prefer the Glock. Not that I have not carried a 1911 now and then. A loaded Glock 21 with 13+1 rounds weighs 40.1 oz and A loaded 1911 with 7 + 1 rounds weighs 45.8 oz. So you get twice the ammo for less weight. Not to mention the hands down advantage of reliability in all conditions.
If your just talking about which gun looks better, then yes I agree a 1911 is a very beautiful pistol.