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Glock 19 vs. Sig Sauer P365 XMacro Comp: Best Compact CCW?

We pit the Glock 19 against the Sig Sauer P365 XMacro Comp in a battle for the best compact concealed carry gun.

The Glock 19 has been a staple of concealed carry for a long time, achieving high marks for its compact size, good capacity, and outstanding reliability.

But when Sig recently released the P365 XMacro Comp, we got the idea they were gunning for the championship.

Bearing that in mind, I pitted these two heavyweights against one another to see who would come out on top.

So follow along as we look at specs, features, ergonomics, range performance, and a whole lot more to determine who is the ultimate concealed carry champion…

Both camps have enormous followings; who will you cheer for?

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Glock 19 vs. Sig Sauer P365 XMacro Comp: Fair Comparison?

You might say this isn’t a fair comparison out of the box…and you’d be right.

So, I altered a few things to make it the closest match-up possible.

Since the XMacro Comp already has an integral compensator, I added a Radian Afterburner Compensator and Ramjet Barrel to my Gen 5 Glock G19 MOS.

As both pistols support a red dot, I ran the Romeo Zero Elite on the Sig and a Crimson Trace RAD on the Glock.

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For this comparison, I chose a few categories I could compare the two firearms and test them to determine which one offered more.

At times, there was a clear victor, but other times…it was tougher to call. At least one bout was a straight-up draw.

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To address my partiality…I have carried and shot models from both companies for years and have enjoyed products from each of these firearms giants.

Pistols at 10 paces?

That said, I left feelings aside and ran both of these models side-by-side in an effort to see how each performed in the chosen categories. The results are simply my opinion.

Now, let’s dig into the specs…

Glock 19 and P365 XMacro Specs

Glock 19 Sig Sauer P365 XMacro Comp
Caliber: 9mmCaliber: 9mm
Capacity: 15+1Capacity: 17+1
Action: SemiAction: Semi
Length: 7.36”Length: 6.6”
Barrel Length: 4.02”Barrel Length: 3.1”
Height: 5”Height: 5.2”
Width:1.26”Width:1.1”
Weight: 23.63 oz.Weight: 21.5 oz.
Source: Glock / Sig Sauer

Now into battle, we ride…keep reading as we run through each category to determine a victor…

Reliability

The G19’s reliability has been proven for many years — a Glock version has been around since 1988.

Many law enforcement agencies and military units have fielded the weapon around the globe.

The XMacro hails from the P365 series, and while that might lend some strength to its reliability overall, this gun is somewhat of a departure because of its integral compensator.

That said, I have experienced nearly flawless performance from both guns during testing.

With the scales nearly even in that regard, the Glock takes this round because of its long track record.

Winner: Glock

Ergonomics

Glock has not been the most ergonomic gun, but they have tried to improve the platform over the generations.

For my big hands, shooting a Glock without an extended backstrap is a recipe for slide bite.

The grip is square-ish and a bit thick, measuring 1.26 inches wide and over 2 inches from the backstrap to the front. For me, the length of the grip is just enough to accommodate all my fingers though my pinky crowds the magazine a bit.

Glock, thicker than a Snicker

The XMacro has a square-ish grip, too though a more svelte overall size, with a thinner grip (1.1 inches) and accommodating beavertail. Its grip is also slightly longer, giving my pinky room without crowding.

The distance from the backstrap to the trigger is pretty close in both guns, though there is more bulk on the Glock and the Sig makes up some distance with the forward-angled trigger bow.

Both guns are well textured, and I appreciated the inclusion of forward and rear serrations for manipulation.

Winner: Sig Sauer

Accuracy

To determine accuracy, I carefully shot 2- and 3-shot groups from 7 yards using the same ammo in each gun.

I also used red dots on both. The use of red dots may have favored the Sig because the Glock had an advantage in sight radius or the distance between the front and rear sight.

XMacro left – Glock right

Regardless, I believe the longer barrel in the Glock resulted in slightly better accuracy.

The XMacro groups were bigger than 1 inch on average, and the Glock’s groups were 1 inch or less.

Winner: Glock

Customization

An entire segment of the gun industry is dedicated to customizing Glocks. Notably, black was the only choice for a long time, though things changed with the release of the 19X, which came in an FDE color.

That said, there isn’t a great deal of customization available from the factory other than choosing your sights.

Most Glock customization consists of adding aftermarket parts, accessories, and upgrades.

On the other hand, Sig doubled down with modularity in the P365 series. Besides the options available at Sig Custom Works, shoppers can build a completely custom P365 with a builder on Sig’s website.

There are a plethora of options for frames, slides, triggers, colors, and coatings, not to mention the Fire Control Units (FCU) they sell, allowing you to “roll your own.”

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades
Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades

I confirmed with Sig the XMacro components will ultimately populate this builder as well.

While there is no doubt an enormous aftermarket for customizing Glocks, this round goes to Sig, who offers much more variety to the customer upfront.

Winner: Sig Sauer

Capacity

This category isn’t too much of a contest. The Glock 19 has a capacity of 15+1, but the Sig comes in strong with a capacity of 17+1.

Winner: Sig Sauer

Features

Red Dot Capability

There are several benefits to having a red dot, so I’m pleased that both the Glock and the Sig are optics capable. However, that makes this round even.

Winner: Draw

Trigger

Glock triggers are often fussed about, but I think they are fine for a striker-fired gun. I think the Gen 5 Glock trigger is definitely the best they’ve made.

However, Sig’s trigger has a couple of advantages in my mind. First, it doesn’t have a trigger safety, so the surface is smooth and consistent.

This may seem like a strange preference, but if we hold to the fact that our trigger finger discipline (and adherence to other rules) are best practices, I believe this makes a trigger safety redundant.

I prefer the flat trigger bow of the XMacro, as well as the forward angle.

Incidentally, the press, travel, wall, break, and reset of both triggers felt fairly similar overall though the Glock has a much louder break.

Winner: Sig Sauer

Compensator

I had no idea what to expect when it came down to testing the felt recoil mitigation both compensators offer. When I tested each gun separately before, I recalled a significant difference allowing faster follow-up shots.

I was uncertain if the greater mass of the Glock with the Afterburner or the smaller Sig with integral comp would rule the day.

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The only way to compare was to load up magazines and fire both in controlled pairs.

While both compensators absolutely worked well on both guns, the Glock with the Radian Afterburner was a little bit quicker to target on recovery from recoil.

Glock 19, left, and Sig, right.

We recorded some slow-motion footage of this, but it might be hard to tell the difference without personally feeling and seeing each sight picture.

Winner: Glock

Bang for Your Buck

Pricing for the Gen 5 G19 MOS is around $620. In order to make it competitive with the Sig, we added a the Radian package, which costs between $370 and $390. That means, in total, Glock sits at $990+.

On the other hand, Sig Sauer’s P365 XMacro Comp comes in at $799.

Need I say more?

Shut Up & Take My Money
Shut Up & Take My Money

Winner: Sig Sauer

Concealed Carry

From the outset, the G19 is just bigger than the XMacro. Perhaps most important — it’s thicker.

The grip is slightly shorter on the Glock, and that’s an advantage, but the difference in width between the two guns (XMacro is .16 inches thinner) makes the Sig hug closer to the body for concealment.

“Look into the eye of the Dragon and despair.” – Merlin

Using a PHLster Floodlight IWB holster, I wore both guns and turned different angles while carrying in the appendix position.

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On me, the Sig had less printing than the Glock when I moved around.

It’s noteworthy that the Floodlight was a little big for the XMacro, so the overall footprint could be trimmed down even more with a model-specific holster.

Winner: Sig Sauer

Final Verdict

I had a pretty good idea which way some of the rounds would go, but a few actually surprised me.

Out of 10 categories, the G19 won two, while the XMacro won seven, and one was a draw. For this contest, the Sig Sauer XMacro came out on top.

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Keep in mind I am in no way saying the Glock 19 isn’t a good choice for concealed carry; it is!

I simply believe the XMacro offers more in a few different categories.

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Which is better — Sig or Glock? Let us know in the comments below. Also, check out the 12 Best Concealed Carry Guns for even more CCW options!

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  • Commenter Avatar
    Will Jackson

    Hey Sean,
    Thanks for making this article/video.
    I wanted to ask about the fitment of the Phlster Floodlight with the Crimson Trace light. Have y’all noticed any issues with retention?

    October 25, 2022 12:51 pm
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    Royk

    Sean, first off I do really enjoy your articles. I have to say I feel this is not a good comparison article. Glock does not innovate they just keep making the same bland gun in different sizes. Its the aftermarket companies that do the innovation to make glocks better. I buy Sig because they are constantly coming out with new great guns and improving the current line up.

    This comparison should have been a g19 to a P320 xcompact. Put dots on them then compare. To take a g19 and do all the upgrades and then compare it to a stock gun just doesn't make sense.

    Let's see an article on PSA rifle and add actual quality components and then compare it to a DD stock rifle. It's just not apples to apples.

    Once again you write great articles and I appreciate your input.

    October 2, 2022 9:01 am
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      Sean Curtis

      Royk, thanks for the support!

      We weren't sure how this comparison was going to shake out when we started, but tried to make it fair. Your points about innovation and aftermarket support are certainly not lost on me. The Macro is something different enough that's it is honestly tough to compare with a lot of current options.

      October 3, 2022 4:40 pm
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    Bull o' the Woods

    Sean, you have the most magnificent whiskers ever! I'll take the Xmacro when they mate it with an XL slide. No compensator on a carry gun for me. I don't want gas and debris blowing up into my face when shooting from retention. I'm really annoyed with Sig because they made such a big deal about their modular FCU, but now they won't sell the parts to build a gun around the FCU. Tell me again why the modular FCU was such a Great Leap Forward? The only way to get a Sig P365 X-macro with an XL slide is to buy two different pistols and swap the slides. The marketing department at Sig has triumphed over the engineering department. In the meantime, I'm running a Springfield Hellcat Pro that came with five mags from the factory, is exactly the same size as the Xmacro, and cost ~$300 less. Sig is not showing me the value proposition and I'm not showing Sig any love at the gun store. Bravely onward!

    October 1, 2022 8:50 pm
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      Sean Curtis

      Bull! Always appreciate you stopping by. Thank you, the Allfather has blessed me below the chin for what the Norns saw fit to steal under my hat!

      I'm not sure that the FCU is a great leap forward, but it certainly presents some options to the consumer not previously offered (incidentally an undercurrent of this review). I'm delighted Springfield is keeping you covered and I understand your position. Glad you've got what works for you.

      Til Valhalla!

      October 3, 2022 4:45 pm
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        Bull o' the Woods

        Hey Sean, I did not mean to imply that YOU said the modular FCU was a great leap forward, only that Sig marketed it that way! Fear the Beard!

        October 5, 2022 12:41 pm
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          Sean Curtis

          No worries Bull, I took your meaning.

          October 5, 2022 1:02 pm
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      Andrew J Engel

      Bull, they already DO mate with the XL slide. Sig is selling all the different grip modules as aftermarket options right now. They also include 3rd party grip modules by Wilson Combat, and other makers, that are very tempting.
      You can buy the X-Macro grip module you want for $79 and use it with the P365, P365 X, or P365-XL slides. Takes all of 2 mins to swap the FCU from one grip module to the other.
      How is that a bad thing?
      FWIW, these parts sell out very quickly; if you see something you want ... might need to move fast to secure the item.

      October 21, 2022 8:54 am
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    Brian Marx

    I enjoyed this video and its presenter. And depending on your experience as a gun owner and concealed carry practitioner, these reviews can be quite useful. However, I always chuckle at the overall notion with many of these comparisons because so much of the evaluation criteria are purely subjective. The same goes with most "Best ______" articles. They're helpful but only up to certain point.

    Personally, reliability is my prime concern and I find the disparaging comments about Glocks curious. As a former federal agency Firearms Instructor, having watched thousands of shooters on the line using Glocks (of various denominations) for decades, the pistols have performed as outstanding pieces of engineering. The SiGs may also live up to that standard and time will tell.

    There was an old adage floating around years ago saying the best gun was the one you liked the most. I still think there is a lot of truth in that idea...

    October 1, 2022 4:00 am
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      Sean Curtis

      Brian, thanks for your service and kind words. As an instructor you know what it is like to get a group of students with varying levels of experience. We have that on an enormous scale and do our best to present the information accordingly.

      I feel the same about Glock, carried one on duty for many years and can report similar performance. But, as you said, most of this is subjective.

      October 3, 2022 4:49 pm
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    NoSigforSid

    SIG is mass-market trash.
    Glock is perfection.
    I would never trust my life with a SIG, especially if the government thinks I should ;)

    September 30, 2022 3:46 pm
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    Tony

    I appreciate the thoroughness of your reviews and like your style in documenting the results-fun to read and view. Keep up the great work. I own a bunch of different handgun brands, and for my eyes and hands, Glocks always seem easiest to aim & group.

    September 30, 2022 11:16 am
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      Sean Curtis

      Hey Tony, thanks for the support and I'm glad you've found something that works for you--that's what it's all about.

      September 30, 2022 12:30 pm
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    Howard

    Hi Sean,
    I purchased a P365XMacro and am disappointed because it shoots down and to the left right out of the case. I’ve had others shoot it with the same results.
    I asked a local gun store about this and was told to start beating on the sites. I went to other shops with basically the same instructions.
    Suggestions?

    September 30, 2022 11:15 am
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      Sean Curtis

      Howard, I say this as a former law enforcement handgun instructor, most of the time low left shots are caused by anticipation of recoil. Do your level best to isolate your trigger finger from the grip you've established. Let each shot be a complete surprise. Since there is a wall on the trigger, press it back to the wall and hold it, then break the shot when you're on.

      Try using just the tip of your finger in the trigger too.

      If all that fails, try using a rest of some sort to stabilize yourself and/or the gun. Do everything you can to eliminate yourself as a contributor to inaccuracy. If you're still coming up with the same issue, you might want to reach out to Sig.

      September 30, 2022 12:40 pm
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    Alan

    What about the Glock 26?

    September 30, 2022 6:01 am
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      Sean Curtis

      Sure Alan, it's closer in size but then the capacity is heavily favored to the Sig in that instance.

      September 30, 2022 6:12 am
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    Everette Rosen

    Ever consider using the mantis X10 for comparison testing?

    September 30, 2022 1:07 am
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      Sean Curtis

      I haven't, but that's not a bad idea for accuracy. We test so many things on the range with each review. Reliability, magazines, and a lot of other things can only be checked with firing different kinds of ammunition.

      September 30, 2022 6:14 am
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    BUURGA

    The Glock grip angle is far superior

    September 29, 2022 11:25 pm
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      Nope

      For me also, but it's highly subjective. Many people like the other angle and struggle with Glockness.

      September 30, 2022 6:28 am
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    Jim

    Great face-off. For my money, however, I’ll heavily weight reliability and accuracy over the other categories for a carry weapon I need to bet my life on. Winner: G19.

    September 29, 2022 8:50 pm
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      Sean Curtis

      Thanks Jim. Yep, those categories are likely two of the most important.

      September 30, 2022 6:15 am
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    Rob

    Nice bogus test! Why didn't you just test them straight up, like most of us use them? I admit to being a Glock fan-boy. I carry a G30. Where I live, (Commiefornia) capacity is not an issue. Anyway 10+1 works pretty good. Plus I carry 2 G21 13 round mags (Legally grandfathered for extra need.) What would tip the scales for me, in your test, to the Glock is one category ACCURACY! The only stat that really matters in a firefight!

    September 29, 2022 8:24 pm
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      Sean Curtis

      Thanks for stopping by Rob.

      September 30, 2022 6:20 am
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    Steve

    There is simply no comparison here. The Glock is a Volkswagen, the Sig Sauer is a Porsche. Or Ferrari. Sig may cost more, and it is worth every penny. Ask the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force why they all picked Sig for their weapons. Pistols, rifles and machine guns. Sig is the best.

    September 29, 2022 7:56 pm
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      Sean Curtis

      Steve, I take your point but I think there's still room for comparison when the Glock is still chosen by many special operations units and countless police agencies. Preference is one thing, but Glock has some impressive numbers in those area. Whether they continue to hold that grip may be another tale.

      September 29, 2022 8:08 pm
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        Steve

        I agree that certain agencies have picked Glock, but it is almost always because there was a lower price point. Not because it was a superior product.

        September 29, 2022 8:29 pm
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          BUURGA

          As was the Sig contract

          September 29, 2022 11:27 pm
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          Sean Curtis

          Sure, the overall price for massive purchases weighs heavily into the contract. But there are some pretty big tests that take place, from military all the way down to tiny police agencies.

          September 30, 2022 6:19 am
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        shooter of gunmen

        Name one U.S. "Special Forces" outfit that carry the Glock. You can't because they don't. The Glock is simply in "the inventory". Sig P226, USMC M45A1 MEU/SOC. The Glock is JUNK. Nothing but JUNK. PD's only use the GLUNK because it is CHEAP. How many PD's actually issue the GLUNK? NOT MANY.

        September 29, 2022 8:32 pm
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          BUURGA

          About 70% of American police forces issue Glocks

          September 29, 2022 11:31 pm
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            shooter of gunmen

            Really? Prove it. Can't can you? Just more Glock BULLS&IT and guys like you believe it.

            September 30, 2022 8:50 am
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      Rob

      If the Sig is so good, why do a lot of SEALs and special ops forces use Glocks and the venerable M1911A?

      September 29, 2022 9:02 pm
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        shooter of gunmen

        Well #1 as a retired Marine I could care less what sailors carry and #2 the SEAL's do not carry Glunks they carry the Sig P226 or the M45A1. So another Glock-tard bites the dust. Then I would also have to wonder why when the SEAL's send 33 of the "Most Elite Snipers In The World" to USMC Scout/Sniper school only 3 made it through the course. Oh well another burst bubble.

        September 30, 2022 8:54 am
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      Mike Vee

      Then ask them why they needed to be recalled as was the P365.

      September 29, 2022 9:27 pm
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    String

    Am I wrong in thinking a CCW should NOT have a comp? When you have to shoot from retention....where does this blast go? I just feel like this could be a face full of fire in the wrong scenario.
    just my .02

    September 29, 2022 5:43 pm
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      Sean Curtis

      String, this is a good point. In most scenarios I'm not firing anywhere near my face but I'd be curious to test your concern on the range (in a safe fashion of course). I think the benefits of the comp outweigh the risks currently, but I could change my mind after testing.

      September 29, 2022 7:03 pm
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        String

        Sean,
        Look forward to this article! I enjoy what you guys do. Keep the information coming.

        September 30, 2022 4:23 am
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          Sean Curtis

          Thanks!

          September 30, 2022 6:12 am
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    tommyd

    i have owned for very short times, several glocks. i bought a sig 365xl and absolutely love it.

    September 29, 2022 5:06 pm
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    John

    For my needs the Sig P365 XMacro Comp. Hands down,beats the Glock. Value, capacity and how it fits my hand. My little finger barely makes it on the Glock. I too have slightly bigger hands. Having to add the compensator is a modification that does not have to be done from the stock Sig.

    September 29, 2022 5:03 pm
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    shooter of gunmen

    Glocks are the most over rated gun EVER made. Their reputation for reliability is a fantasy. Glock more accurate than a Sig? You been smokin' what Biden has been smokin'? Sig Sauer has been around for 166 years but the Glock is the seasoned warrior? Give me a break. I am at the range at least 3X a week with friends who swear by their Glunks and I have never seen one NOT FAIL. JUNK! JUNK! JUNK!

    September 29, 2022 4:54 pm
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      Sean Curtis

      I see you're passionate about the subject shooter, well done. The accuracy was based solely on my performance, which is admittedly, fallible.

      September 29, 2022 4:56 pm
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        shooter of gunmen

        Hi, Sean and thank you for your response. I am very passionate about the overblown reputation of Glocks. I have had comments stating "Glock's are the PREMIER handgun". Nothing about that statement is remotely true. I won't even allow my wife to shoot one of those things...things. I have a buddy who lost part of a thumb when the mag blew out the magwell. No sir, after 30 years in the Marines, all infantry related fields Glocks reputation is all sizzle and NO steak. Enjoy your evening. It was a very good video by the way.

        September 29, 2022 6:14 pm
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      Ra m

      I’m not sure about that. I have been shooting for years and have never seen a glock fail but once, due to user error. So can the people you see shoot? Sounds like user error, not gun failure. And yes glock is the #1 gun bar none.

      September 29, 2022 7:33 pm
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        shooter of gunmen

        Glock is the #1 gun for negligent/accidental discharge and it is the MOST SUED gun manufacturer in the world. Should you take the time to widen your obviously limited knowledge of firearms you could, all by yourself confirm what I just said. Lets see, Glock v Sig, Glock v Wilson Combat, Glock v Dan Wesson, Glock v Les Baer, Glock v Colt. Yep, genius, you are 100% correct. I am getting rid of all of my Sig's and the rest (72 handguns) and gettin' me some Glocks. The "gettin' me" was a quote from Lizzie Warren whom I would bet you support.

        September 29, 2022 8:38 pm
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          Ra m

          So glock is indeed the most sued gun manufacturer in the world. This is true. Glock is also number 1 in accidental discharge. For one reason, it is the most sold and used gun in the world. So therefore it has a chance to be number 1 in those categories as well. As I will point out an accidental discharge is always a user problem not a gun problem, notice I said user not necessarily shooter.
          And yes, I actually have close to a 140 iq, so I am borderline genius.

          No , it doesn’t do any good for you to disparage my character ,as you know nothing about me other than what I have shared in my post.

          Yes some of those other manufacturers are indeed good manufacturers as well. I have many of their guns as well. I just point that you have just an opinion the same as I do. But that is all it is.

          September 30, 2022 8:19 am
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            Shooter of gunmen needs to relax

            Shooter of gunmen isn't winning anyone over with his "if you like Glocks you're an idiot" attitude. Glocks are good guns. Sigs are good guns. No need to be an ass about someone's preference.

            October 4, 2022 9:34 pm
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      Zo Man

      Seriously. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve seen Glocks fail on the line during our department requals. Some user error? Sure. But some were most undoubtedly gun related. My partner’s kept stove piping to the point they had to replace parts to get it to stop. Needless to say, he switched to Sig, like me.

      September 30, 2022 5:24 am
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    Zo Man

    I was a die hard Glock guy for years. My duty gun was a 19 and my ccw was a 26. That is, until I shot my first Sig Sauer. I switched my duty gun to the P226 and never looked back. When I got my hands on the P365 XM comp, I don’t think there was any comparison at all. Sig all the way.

    September 29, 2022 4:05 pm
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      Sean Curtis

      Thanks for your service Zo Man. I carried a G17 on duty for a few years, absolutely love that gun. But my tastes have evolved too.

      September 29, 2022 4:47 pm
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        Zo Man

        Thank you, and to you! Stay safe!

        September 29, 2022 4:51 pm
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    The boogie man

    Well the glock needed a new barrel and comp added to even make a comparison so to me sig won before the comparison but I can not for the life of me think of another gun better than a 19 to compare

    September 29, 2022 3:47 pm
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