it makes perfect sense to me. When it comes to Glocks, I don't get excited and passionate nor full of dislike.....meh....it's a Glock. It is the only gun that when I buy a new one, I don't post a pic here. Rather I'll say: "Bought new Glock" for the thread title. In the thread I'll post "no pic coming....just close your eyes and think of a Glock".I’m personally not a polymer pistol guy at all. I do like them for carry due to the weight, but I only need so many carry guns. I have three Glocks (G19, G43, and G42) that I carry at different times.
Like I said earlier, I like the Glock’s trigger (for carry) and the way they point. I do shoot some other polymers better, mainly the fully cocked variety, but I don’t like that sort of trigger on a carry gun. I shoot Glocks well enough for their purpose, so it’s no big deal in that regard.
I don’t shoot other polymers well enough that I’d ever take them to the range over the many higher end metal guns I’m fortunate enough to own, so they have no purpose for me. I owned several and just never shot them much at all.
In fact, the only polymers I enjoy shooting enough to warrant trips to the range are my Strike Ones and the new Type B version of it.
I do shoot my Glocks here and there, but only cause I carry them. Otherwise they would be gathering dust. In fact, I probably wouldn’t even own them in the first place. Like other polymers, they aren’t something I particularly enjoy shooting. I have to remind myself to stick one in the range case from time to time, but it always takes the place one gun or another that I’d much rather bring. It’s more a chore than a pleasure, sad to say.
I couldn’t care less what the current market share is, but it will keep getting smaller for all the popular polymers as more and more come into the market. That’s just simple mathematics.
Not sure if this makes sense to anyone, but it does to me and that’s what I care about.