FWIW I just bought a Glock 19 a few months ago, it is my first pistol. I'm certainly not an expert, but it only failed to eject a casing twice in 500 rounds and generally shoots where I aim. Seems like a decent gun to me.
Yeah, bought it used from the range. I don't know how clean it was before I started with it but it was filthy by the time I got it home that day. Been back to the range a few times since, put about 100 rounds through each time without any problems.
bbvdd Alabama Fan Memphis, TN Member since Jun 2009 9445 posts
re: Glock 19 or Sig Sauer SP2022? (Posted on 11/15/12 at 2:39 pm to dawg23)
Friend of mine that was in the Shelby county Sheriffs department SWAT team told me that all the members of his team carried da/sa since they have their guns drawn and cocked. The SA trigger pull is lighter and therefore more accurate.