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GLOCK vs SIG

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I have fired both weapons and both were outstanding however I still prefer my Sig P226 .40 Cal.


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not a big fan of the glock...no true safety, and never fit comfortably in my hand. the sig, built like a tank. no compaints.

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All glock, All the Way!!! I carry my 22c off duty. Several thousand rounds, no malfunctions, no misfires, no breakages. Tried, true, same trigger pull each time. Can't go wrong with it. Added the rubber grip sleve. Works great.

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glock should be the last hand gun you will ever need....aim fire fire fire reload repeat there is no question

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Glock for my primary & back up. H&K UMP 45 for my assault rifle.


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Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd.

GLOCK.

couldnt resist.:)


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greg620 said:

looking for a glock 45 which is a good one to have

I have the Glock 30, 45 Auto. I have hands that are on the small side so it's perfect for me. Has a 10 round mag. and the recoil is manageable. I have to qualify twice a year as a retiree (hate that word) but it's damn accurate. I used it as my duty weapon before I retired and it's small enough to conceal of duty in a waist holster.

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Glocks 17, 18, and 19. 21, 22, 23, 26 and 27 have all come and gone in my arsenal. Yes, a glock 18!!! Anyway, I love Glock period but I will throw this out there again, Springfields XD is what Glock was to the firearms industry 20 years ago. I'm telling ya, it's awesome!!! I own one and I love but I'm selling!!! Just ain't into the .40 cal anymore. .45 or .357 is what I'm all about any more. I mean, heck, if you can't kill it with a .45 or .357 mag, you best start running!!!
XD-.45 when I get back is my next pistol purchase. I really like how Springfield combined the best features of the 1911 and Glock into one pisto. Amberdextrious mag release, grip safety etc...all great ideas, accurate, and plastic. What more could a person want!!!

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I love my Glock22...but then again, I love my SigP220. The best of both worlds as far as I'm concerned.

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EB03, you are being paged in the other forum. And you know which one!

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ParaOrdnance P14 LDA. 14+1 rounds of 45. I carried a Glock 22 for 8 years and would still feel comfortable with it. However after shooting the Para LDA, I switched from the Glock.

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Rate This | Posted almost 7 years ago

 

Ive never actually, used or trained with a sig, but I have used Glock carriying the 22 model .40 cal that weapon is fantastic. Ive also used the .45 in the 21 LEo issue and the glock 17 and 19 , they are all good reliable weapons

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Rate This | Posted almost 7 years ago

 

SIG, hands down!

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apollo11 said:

Hi all, our department is just about to go to the Glock after 20 odd years of the S&W 357. Can anyone shed any light on the problems we may encounter with the change over to a semi-auotmatic. I've heard lots of stories about officers discharging rounds accidently. As our close friends in the US I hoped you might be able to provide some good advice to your OZ cousins. Don't know a whole lot about firearms so simple advice is good. Cheers.

Glock is actually a very safe weapon. Several safeties built in. If dropped will not fire.. They have a great all around reputation. Recently had a cop buddy here in Ga. dept switch over from 38"s.. He loves it. And as far as mis-fires Glock is not supposed to fire until the trigger is pulled.. I want to say that the way that they are made that they will not fire until trigger pulled, But I am not 100% sure of that, Probably 99% though.

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i love my Glock also, but I think the Sig is an excellent gun to train with. I don't see it replacing my Glock any time soon.

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Our department issues the 229 and 226, (both on the DAK system) 40 S&W. I was part of the group that tested various models and manufacturers.....the Glock models we tested did not perform well. I am also the armorer for the department and thus far 100% performance with the Sigs

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So far as for duty you can not compare a Glock to a Sig but if money is the issue and I'm not trying to be funny you have to do what your money suggests. But for me the Sig is the Mercedes of Duty weapons, but i have carried a Glock and still own one a Glock 22 and it has never let me down.

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Glock is the way to go. Easy to maintain and durable.

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Glock is the way to go. Easy to maintain and durable.

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Sig Sauer...

To Hell and Back Reliablity....

Own and have owned many of both brands, but I love my Sigs. Best out of the box duty weapon there is.

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I've been shooting Sigs for the last 12 years and love them. Never had a problem with any of the guns I've owned that preventative maintenance and care could not take care of.

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Glock


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I love how this thread keeps popping up outa nowhere! And its always the same few of us that gotta just keep typing in Glock!!, or Sig!!. But once again.

GLOCK!


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1911 !

Sorry, couldn't resist.

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SIG all the way! Read my product reviews if you want my justification.

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Glock because it works every time all the time! Consistent trigger pull, with short trigger reach. More forgiving to those knuckleheads that only clean their weapons after they shoot (which is a couple times a year when they have to). A Glock will fit the hands of more people than a Sig. I personally can shoot the Sig very well. I'll stick with a 1911 or a Glock.


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Do the LE guns have to have a safety option? for example my sig pro 2022 9mm comes with a decocker, but if cocked, does not have a safety flip ..
thanks

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No they dont. There are no differneces between the pistols that LEO's carry and what you can buy on the market. The only addition to the LEO pistols, is most have night sights and come with 3 mags instead of two.


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Oh ok thanks..i just though that LE had to have the safety option on their firearms...
thanks!

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annnd for the 19th time.

GLOCK!


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