Yeah, I have had a bunch of semi-automatic polymer-framed, striker-fired handguns over the years, and the only one that has had any issues and had to go back to the factory was a S&W M&P40. My other three M&Ps have been fine, as have my SA XDs, Walther, and Beretta. It seems that building a solid and reliable defense pistol these days is fairly easy.Sometimes I believe glock kill themselves ..lol.
But to my opinion regarding reliability is my Beretta px4 storm compact 40sw which is a g model sa/da granted has been on par with my 40sw gen3 glocks since I bought. I believe that I put it through just as much if not more abuse.
Weather, dirt and clay mud..
It runs. Will I say it's a glock killer...no ,its just a damn good reliable beretta..no more..no less.
Btw slugo congrats on the g45 ,it looks great.
So it is you just crapping on Glocks.....on a forum called GlockTalk.Dave514 Take it how ever you want to . Not like it matters !
Green70 Must be another fan boy life member . As have nothing rational to say when I see another " glock killer " tread .
Nothing is going to kill Glock until somebody else is willing to give massive amounts of guns, essentially at cost, to any LE or Military contract that asks.Actually, when the term Glock Killer is used, it's the highest praise for the Glock! Yes, I've fallen victim myself, buying guns that have been praised as Glock Killers; the last was the S&W M&P 2.0 Compact and a CZ P-10, a number of Sig P320's. Are they good quality firearms, yes, but in no way are they Glock Killers.
I own a few Glocks and none of them has ever had a problem related to performance. Bottom line, the Glock is comprised of 30 plus parts. That alone speaks for itself. The majority utilize twice as many parts. Now I'm the proud owner of a new G45. It just may be the finest and most reliable auto-loader I have ever owned.
Sorry for the rant...