I've fired a G26 a lot and they're surprisingly easy to shoot for a compact pistol. Don't know about the CZ P-01. For a car gun it may be even better. If you can handle both, or better yet rent or borrow them to fire, that would be best. I doubt you'd go wrong with either, but
not everyone likes the compact Glocks. There's not much on a Glock to protect your hand from slide bite anyway, and the G26 requires a little extra attention to that detail.
If you're considering actually keeping it in your car
, on a "permanent basis in the hot Texas climate,"
you'll be conducting a real world torture test of Glock polymer durability so please report its condition after a few years.
I think it would be fine ...
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Last edited by freesw; 02-06-2012 at 23:21.