Michigan Sig P226 (.40 S&W) Just changed going glock 9mm
I think the GLOCK is reliable and lighter in weight, Great service piece.
The GLOCK has been around since 1982, I remember buying handguns in the 80's when the GLOCK emerged.
The article talks about keeping up with the new technology.
Personally, switching from the semi sig to a GLOCK is not that big a move.
The police should have something greater then (the sig sauer,GLOCK),,,,shorter in length but equal to the AR and fits in a holster.
Be safe, thanks
What handgun is best, Glock Barretta or Sig Sauer? I hear from alot of gun enthusiasts that Sig Sauer is and not really close
Police Agencies in New Hampshire carry Sig Sauer p220
Can't we all just get along ?
I'm willing to bet that Sig would be willing to make a great offer to any NH agency that was shopping around.
IMHO, this whole 9mm transition is because, poorly trained LEO's can't qualify on the range. Personally, I don't believe the FBI report and recommendation that the 9mm "Is all one needs".
I suspect that if the lie about 9mm is sufficient and modern technology levels the field, blah, blah, blah, it may become the truth.
But the truth is the .40, .45ACP and .357 Sig are far superior than the hottest 9mm +P+ available, period. No matter how many times the FBI 9mm lie is told, and gullible people believe it and repeat it, it doesn't change the facts or make it the truth.............