No, it's more like a comparison of two designs, where the SIG design is more advanced.Because so many people are doing things like this to their guns?
But nobody is melting down their Glocks.No, it's more like a comparison of two designs, where the SIG design is more advanced.
This doesn't mean that the Glock has a bad design (just different), but since the slide guides is part of the receiver, once it meltdown you'll need a new gun, and with the SIG you'll only need the receiver,which costs about $50,without any FFL transfer/register.
Very true. You can also ask the instructors at a police academy. Not about dirty guns, but about high round count guns.Go into any gun range that rents guns and ask what guns runs the best without cleaning and I’ll bet the answer is GLOCKS
I too had my Glock with an empty chamber (always carried a Colt Combat Commander in condition 2)If we’re being honest, we all know Glocks are really good guns. They don’t suit everybody, but that’s not a bad thing.
I own Glocks, shoot them and depend on their reliability. One occupies my nightstand every night, but the chamber is empty because Glock doesn’t provide a manual safety.
Not every gun is perfect, but Glock passes most of the tests that are important to me. Being able to fire in full auto or rack up 10,000 rounds without cleaning or firing after 2 years of being buried in a flower bed isn’t important to me.
I bash Glock sometimes, but I like ‘em a lot.