- Aug 2, 2009
If you like it, get another.
If this was not a case with my wife, I'd certainly just nab a second one of the same gun, set up exactly the same way. My G17 only passes this test, because the 17 and 19 tactically are basically identical for operation. And I have them setup with the exact same parts for the controls, trigger, sights, etc.
Both are sound approaches .
User choice between having a duplicate , or having a measure of diversity , with a related Glock variant . Share same manual of arms , trigger pull , sights , etc will carry over most of your familiarity . Go slightly smaller with G 26 , or slightly larger with a G 17 , or whatever the model # for the Practical - Tactical or long slide .