Probably the old limp wrist problem. It needs a firm foundation for that slide to work. I don't think any gun in history has been tested as much as the Glock, and no gun has ever done so well. Just ask the FBI. They were the lastest to run all the torture tests, and it wouldn't be FBI issue if it wasn't reliable.mapanggulo said:I'm not sold on their reliability since the last two times I shot a Glock it jammed!!
Actually, if you aren't used to shooting Glocks, it could be a limpwristing problem. Maybe you don't know what you are talking about! :lol: Glocks aren't crappy. You don't like them? Fine. But, they aren't crappy. Far from it. They are reliable, have the same trigger feel on every shot, and are combat accurate.
Agree. Specific selection depends upon situational needs and wants. CCW, Home Defense, Range, etc.Greathounder said:Sorry, one answer was missing. I like them all. The Glocks have a triger that seem the same from start to break. Sig has the sa- da trigger. My Sig 239 has a 9# trigger on DA and about 4# in SA. I've shot a few HK's and those were nice too. Like I said, all of the above. :roll: