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I hope I can give you guys some better information. OK, before we get started both of these pistols (Glock 17 vs 19) have been safety-checked online. Alright guys I'm not going to go too much in the specs on these pistols. Since you can check it out online from the Glock website and on that website you can find in-depth information on the specs of these pistols. OK, let's begin... From what I can say the Glock 19 holds a minimum of 15 rounds and the Glock 17 holds a minimum of 17 rounds. Then let's move on to the size comparison to these two pistols. From what I found out from the net and image shown from various websites, specs information, and online store, from the line of sight the Glock 19 is much shorter by 12mm or half an inch smaller than Glock 17. While the Glock 19 can be seen that the grip is a little bigger than Glock 17. I don't know if you guys can tell well. But our pinkie finger doesn't fall into that finger groove. I don't know if it's because some have large hands. But it just it fits it goes over that grip, just a little bit so with the Glock 17. Most people can get a full grip on the pistol, while the pinkie will fall right onto that finger groove. I hope that helped you guys out with the idea which is better grip depending on your hands. But which one is more accurate the Glock 17 or the Glock 19? The truth is the accuracy is subjective to the individual maybe you shoot the Glock 17 better, or you shoot the Glock 19 better because you get a better grip on the pistol. Since it also objected to the individual, so my best bet to tell you guys is to get to a range rent the pistols. If you can see which one you shoot the best that's going to be your best bet. Just actually shoot the pistols to hold them in your hands get a feel for them that's going to be your best bet guys. I think the Glock 17 better, due to being able to get a better grip on the pistol and line of sight. But some prefer to shoot the Glock 19 just as well. Since most men have bigger hands than women, men personally choose the Glock 17, while women personally choose the Glock 19. Both pistols do not have a huge difference, so guys don't worry too much about accuracy with these pistols. But like I said if it's going to bother you a lot get to a range try to rent these two or if you have a friend or family member that has these get one of these pistols um see if you can borrow from them and test it out.
About the difference in recoil and honestly shooting both of these pistols side-by-side there's such a minuscule amount of recoil. If I had to say the Glock 17 Pyle recoils less because it's heavier. Choosing which one to choose, whether Glock 17 or the Glock 19 that's a pretty hard self-question. If I'm going to answer that question? As I mentioned before most people or men will choose Glock 17 because has better recoil control due to its weight and better grip, and a little bit more accurately. But some say the Glock 17 Gen 3 is much better than Glock 17 Gen 4, while others prefer the vice versa of the pistol generation. But Glock 19 is a better all-around pistol small enough to carry comfortably and also big enough to have it as a home defense pistol. Also, another plus with the Glock 19 is it has 4 optional capacity (15, 17, 19, 33 bullets). While the Glock 17 has 17, 19, or 33 magazines capacity. By the way, I'm not a pistol enthusiast or even a hobbyist. While sitting somewhere, I noticed the two-police officer is carrying a different pistol on their right thigh. It got me interested in finding out and compare about those two pistols. I don't even own any of those pistols, and I don't know if I would prefer buying one. But maybe someday, we can't tell. Hopefully, this might become helpful to you or others, especially when deciding which of those two is better depending in your interest or personal choice. Also if you are looking for your pistol holster, try visiting wethepeopleholsters.com, you might find the best match for your pistol.