This is a discussion on Sigma or Glock? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by NIS350ZTT Glock. I think the affordability and brand name is why most people buy them. But in the same token if I ...
Oh good god the Glock hands down and I'm not a Glock guy. IMHO S&W putting its name on that "thing" is a shame.
Glock or Sigma..........
Glock........ That said back in the mid 90's when the Sigma came out S&W sent one to my department to evaluate. I really liked the ergonomics of the grip but we were unable to run a complete magazine through the weapon without a FTF or FTE.
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The M&P Vs glock would be a much better comparison...
There is something about firing 4,200 thirty millimeter rounds/min that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
I am not a Glock person at all, but between the two I should get the Glock.
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I'll take both. Which is what I've (my wife and I really) already done.
Yea...the Glock is "better". But it's not twice as good. Which is about the price difference. (Sorry, financial considerations are always there.)
They both shoot just fine.
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Glock...19, 22, 23, 27...'nuff said!
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I'll take a a Glock 17 or 21, please.
Although, FWIW, the Sigma is not a terrible pistol...if given the choice between a Sigma and a Hi Point, I'd definitely take the Sigma.
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Glock over Sigma, or M&P, for me, no hesitation at all deciding that. Now, picking between "Glock or a Sig......." might cross me up a while.............................
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Started with a Glock-36, added a 26, and then this week a 19 and a 21...yep, I'd say Glock!
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