Hello, new member/owner here. I was driving recently listening to NPR doing a piece about the Glock, and they called it 'America's Firearm'. Something to do with the 25th anniversary? I like the Glocks, really good 'workingman's instrument', but 'America's Firearm'? I would think there are a long list of other venerables that would immediately take that spot. In a firearms culture as rich and storied as the USA's, giving an import a title like that to me is a bit excessive, regardless of how ersatz the nature of it is. Glock doesn't even have a manufacturing presence here(as far as I know) like Sig, Beretta, etc. So they aren't providing skilled jobs. I hope I'm wrong but every slide I've seen has Austria stamped on it, not Smyrna. I think with as many LE contracts they have in this country, it might be a win/win to actually make them here but that's another discussion. Is this a sign of the times? Will they next name the Camry 'America's Car'? It would technically have more legitimacy since it's assembled in Georgetown. Not deriding the Glock as I think it's a work of genius, just thinkin'. Let me hear your opinions.