Originally Posted by lbwar15
Sig,XD,M&P , super soaker then glock.
OK, personally, my choices are pretty much right along those lines. My home defense gun is a Sig P226, her's is a S&W 686. For personal defense, my primary CCWs are 1911's: a Sig 1911 Ultra, Dan Wesson Guardian & an Ed Brown SFC. My BUG is an XDS. The wife's CCWs are a Sig P220 Compact, M&P 9c and M&P Shield. There's also a few other Sig's (P226 Elite Dark, P238, P938), a pair of 9mm XDm 5.25 Competitions, an M&P 9 Pro and M&P 40L.
The wife bought a Glock 27 once. She hadn't even finished emptying the magazine before handing me the gun, telling me to sell it.
Interestingly, I kinda liked it & would have kept it if it wasn't so chunky and uncomfortable in an IWB holster compared to a 1911.
Glocks are certainly popular guns, but that doesn't make them great guns. And they are reliable gun, but so are Toyota Corollas and I never read any reports that accused a Corolla of being a "great car". Interestingly, there's a guy at my club that considers me his nemesis and the guy he is most concerned about beating in IDPA matches. He shoots nothing but Glocks. It sure seems like he has at least one malfunction in every match, while my 1911's, M&Ps, Sig's, and XDm's simply run like there's no tomorrow.
Personally, I don't like the way the Glock feels in my hand, or the way it looks. But, mostly I don't like the grip angle because it is so radically different than most other guns that transitioning between a Glock and say a 1911 is a PITA because the Glock just doesn't point like most other guns.
But, if it works for you . . . great. That's why we have choices.