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Thread: Glock vs. Sig

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    Sharpshooter Glock Lover's Avatar

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    Glock vs. Sig

    Ahh the age old question.
    Here is your chance to enter the debate.
    Not sure I want to open this can of worms, but here goes!

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    They both work most of the time.
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    GLOCK - twice the gun at half the price!

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    I choose Glock! Sigs have a decocker and real men hate to be decocked. That is all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shay VanVlymen View Post
    They both work most of the time.
    What more is there to argue?

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    In true Manly (or for some, in ARFCOM) Fasion...

    GET BOTH!!

    I carry and trust a Glock to my life, but I would never turn down a Sig. Both are phenomenal weapons.

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    In my own informal polling....

    PD's across the nation will keep 10 spare Glock's for every 100 in service, and 15-20 Sigs for every 100 in service.

    All firearms are made made and will eventually break - I've broken 3 of my own Glock's over the years, but they do seem to break less than other brands and designs.

    That being said, the grip angle on Glock's doesn't fit many people well, and it also exagerates some shooting problems. Sig, on the other hand, I've found that about 4 out of 5 students who pick one up and compare it to other guns like it best as far as feel goes.

    Many Sig's have de-cockers (as mentioned above) and I'm not a fan of those, but you can certainly learn to use them. Of course, you have the DAK and other variations now to choose from.

    If I had to choose one for doomsday, I'd probably go for the Glock, as I can do field fixes on most of the standard Glock repair problems.

    All that being said, Glock's do not fit my hands as nicely as other pistols do - the 1911 being my favorite. But, in the words of Musashi: "A true warrior as no favorite weapon", and if all I had was a Sig, or a Star, or a Nambu, or a pencil, I'll make it work! Not having my favorite would never be used as an excuse to loose the fight!

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    :do2:I agree with the both answer. I have a SIG P-239 and a Glock 22 and like both. The grip angle on the Glock requires some getting used to and I prefer the sight picture on the Glock as opposed to the SIG. I like the way the SIG handles and feels in my hand, but I gotta love them both.
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    In your opinion what doesn't fit about Glocks for some people. I see this a lot on here. Is it people with smaller hands? As I mentioned in another post Sigs feel better in my hand. But after shooting a Glock for a while it doesn't bother me at all.


    Quote Originally Posted by Glock21 View Post

    That being said, the grip angle on Glock's doesn't fit many people well, and it also exagerates some shooting problems. Sig, on the other hand, I've found that about 4 out of 5 students who pick one up and compare it to other guns like it best as far as feel goes.

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