I have Sigs. I keep hearing (particularly from Glock owners) that the high bore axis is a real timing problem in competition shooting. Anything to this?
So are you trying to say that a Glock is a better gun and more accurate then a Sig?This post will show you an example of some 'bore axis' differences:
look at post #33
Didn't say 'Glock was better' or even more accurate.......all I referenced was the bore axis.....& Glock is lower. I own Sigs & Glocks, they are both great firearms. Sig's are a little better in some ways & Glocks are better in others. Both run great out of the box....It's just the muzzle flip is more on a Sig then the Glock. I can say that by comparing the similar guns (Glock 23 & Sig 229, both .40s&w). The Glock is faster on follow up shots due to the lower flip.So are you trying to say that a Glock is a better gun and more accurate then a Sig?
If so, other then "bore axis" please tell me why? By the way, I have quite a bit of experience with both and I might want to hear your thoughts.