ChuckHydro: Do a Trigger job on the M&P also if you wish to get a fair test. Obviously you didn't do the trigger job on the Glock to make it less accurate.
Brian Mumford: Swapping out the plastic guide rod in a Glock makes it less reliable on average.
Lee Greger: Both guns are good, as soon as I leave NJ to a free state I will be getting a Shield 9mm. I have two Glocks a 17 and a 26, I qualified in NE with my 26 for my CCW, then I had to move to NJ. Anyway great video, Sub compacts take work to get real good placements. I shot a friends Kimber .45 and had 3 shots in about 1/2" at 7 yards.
Beetle Mann: I carry an XDS 45, wanted to buy my wife a handgun for carry. Local range has huge selection of rentals. She shot the shield, nano, lc9, and Glock 26 (gen 4) all were 9 mm and she did the best and bought the Glock. What gen is that one, cause gen 4 w/ no backstrap has thinner grip.
huntbuc6: I can help if you need instruction....Ha! Funny... but you're having a blast!
CWB1863: I own a Shield in 9mm and love it.However, i will be picking up the G26 this weekend for a secondary carry.I borrowed a friends and shot better with the 26.Overall, both are great and very reliable as hell.
traybrook: By the way, I think the grouping was a little tighter with the shield
traybrook: I just got the shield 3 wks ago and love. I dont own a glock and have never shot one but am really looking forward to getting a sub compact glock. Maybe not the 26, but 27, 30, or 33.
WesleY Miller: For you guys who love the shield put the talon rubber grips on it and you will really love it!! I also have many glocks but that shield is very hard to beat guys! I've put 5,000 RDS through my shield 40 no problems love it!! Its really easy to conceal as its only .95" thick.
e schmidt: The only thing this shows is which pistol each of you shoot better. Not the individual gun. I like them both but as a firearms instructor I still prefer my Glock. Been carrying a Glock for 19 years and I know they will shoot dirty or clean. Full of clothing lint or not my Glocks will fire.
DALEK1998: my glock 19 shoots high.
Skip Wilson: I own both...love both..G26 is more accurate to me...carry both depending on weather and clothing...best of both worlds...
monkey4gsus: As a first time buyer with not big hands, what would you recommend, the M7P sield or the G26 or G19?
jeff pendo: Because most glocks shoot high and need a 6oclock hold. Great video guys
JohnnyBoyCali: Why in the world did you tell him to put the sights below the bulls eye? Arent sights on top of the gun? You put the sights on the top of the bullseye and it will hit slightly lower.
johnj189: I was thinking the same thing. I didn't hear them mention how much time they've spent with each handgun, which plays a huge role in accuracy.
Davey Riley: I sold my G26 after buying and shooting a Sheild 40. It is so much easier to carry. I prefer the grip of the sheild as well. Both guns perform very well. It really came down to comfort of carry. Both are great pistols.
Brian Weaver: I don't see how this is an accuracy comparison.
CandRreviews: I would say the shield has the better trigger but you can improve your trigger on the glock by replacing the trigger connector. I would recommend going with a glock factory connector and I believe it now called their 4lb connector, it used to be called their 3 1/2. Thanks for commenting and watching the video!
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