Why do Glocks point high?
I use a Sig for range and competition shooting. I've noticed many competitors use Glock handguns. So, the other day at the range I picked up a new M17. When I quickly aimed it at a spot, it automatically aimed high. To me, really high. Many other brand handguns don't seem (to me) to have such an extreme high sight line. Obviously the grip angle is quite different compared to the Sigsauer. I assume that's the reason for the high sight line. I'm not locked into a specific brand, but I really feel comfortable with my Sig. If I were to purchase a Glock, does it take sometime getting use to the grip, POA and trigger? I must admit, I have shot the M17 and it was accurate, but it did not feel good in my hand. My concerns are can I transfer my accustomed Sig shooting style in fast competition to the same using a Glock?