View Poll Results: Glock, XD, M&P?

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  • Glock

    269 30.02%
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    392 43.75%
  • M&P

    235 26.23%
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  1. #221
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    I have to vote for the XD It fit my hand the best and I shot with it the best! that's what it's about right! just as reliable as the other two!

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    I wonder how long XD's & M&P's have to be around before the Glockaholics believe they have proven themselves. If they have to be around as long as Glock's, I quess they will never prove themselves.
    XD's & M&P's have sold enough guns to have proven whatever they have to prove. At least to me they have.
    We're talking about 3 of the finest. Pick the one you shoot best.

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    You can never go wrong with a Glock

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2rott View Post
    I wonder how long XD's & M&P's have to be around before the Glockaholics believe they have proven themselves. If they have to be around as long as Glock's, I quess they will never prove themselves.
    XD's & M&P's have sold enough guns to have proven whatever they have to prove. At least to me they have.
    We're talking about 3 of the finest. Pick the one you shoot best.
    Funny, one of the local shops I visit is very pro-glock. While in there browsing, since the election, I've seen a dozen new shooters come in and say "I want to get a handgun." This almost always starts with the sales guy showing them a Glock..... but if you look around the display cases, they're literally full of Glocks, but the Springfields are pretty thin.

    Now I know, I know... that particular shop could have a great relationship with glock, and be on a back-order list with Springfield. But go to a few shops, you'll see the trend.

    p.s.- I shot a M&P 40 a couple weeks ago, and I need one of them!!

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    You're assuming the glocks are there because people don't want them. I'm assuming there there because the owner knows he can sell them easily.

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    Lots of good opinions here. Robert

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    Quote Originally Posted by nailer View Post
    You're assuming the glocks are there because people don't want them. I'm assuming there there because the owner knows he can sell them easily.
    Like I said, there could be several reasons that it was so lop-sided at this particular vendor. I'd be interested to know how the 2 are selling compared to eachother. Glock had a great design, but some people see that it's been improved upon. And for the rest... its Glock or nothing!

    I would put my XD against any Glock- round for round!

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    i've shot all 3, and i lke all 3 but i voted for the M&P

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    Personally I like the 24/7 OSS. Until you shoot one, don't criticize one. As far as glock being the only proven design, Ha! When the military opened up bids for a new service pistol (JCP or Joint Combat Pistol) several manufacturers submited pistols that can pass any torture test thrown at it. They're all good guns

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    I don't care for Glocks. They don't fit my hand well.

    The XD's I've shot were good.

    The M&P's are the ones I spent my money on.

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    i went with the M&P here for 1 main reason. I have always had an issue with the way the Glock feels to me. IMO, the Glock is a brick with a handle on it. Like the poster said here, I have never been very accurate with a Glock, although obviously many people are. It all comes down to personal preference in this poll. I have shot all 3 of these models and I thought the M&P just felt better to me.

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    Talking What's best?

    A gun has to have a visual appeal to me for to buy it. The XD to me is butt ugly. The Glock, I have two, is like holding a 2 X 4 unfortunately, so that leaves the S&W. I have a S&W M&P .45 Compact and I like it. Maybe not as well as my Wilson nor my Fuzion but I have to cop to liking the good old 1911 best.

    If it don't start with a 4 and end with a 5 it just ain't worth havin.

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    I have tried a Glock 23 and didn't like it. Never tried the XD. I have, however, used and liked the M&P. I now have a M&Pc in .40. I'm very impressed with it. I think it compares favorably with my HK USPc in .40. I haven't had it long enough to now about durability, but I see no reasons to be concered in that area.

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    I've had my M&P .40fs since 06 and it's been nothing but a pleasure to own.

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    I've always been a Glock man, but to be fair and unbiased, I shot a XD compact 9 that I rented the other day. I was impressed, but not converted. While my shot group was better, I had a hard time sighting. I missed the familiar white "U" of the Glock rear sights. The trigger pull on my G19 felt more natural. The XD felt really top heavy. All things considered, I do see me owning a XD in the future, but not to replace my Glocks.

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    M&P

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    XD for me.

    Barry

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    Never shot the M&P, but I own a Glock 19 and a XD45. I like both guns, and can shoot both well. The I like the trigger a little better on my XD, but the trigger reset is much better on my Glock.
    Both serve me well for what I bought them for.

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    Yeah, all are good! I'd say XD. But I own a Glock too.

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    I've never shot a M&p, but I don't like the feel of the Glock or XD.

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