Originally Posted by vector16
You can disagree with me until you are blue in the face and humping an alligator. You do not own a Glock, you have never owned a Glock and you probably will never own a a Glock. I own two of them. I know that with the Sigma 40 that I loved so much and put thousands upon thousands of round thru, The muzzle flip was much greater than on either one of my Glocks. The target aquesition was not as fast as the glocks and that is not because of barrel placement but the grip angle. The Sigma and the Glock had identical barrel placement in regard to the distance above center and the only difference is the grip angle. This is also the case with every other hand gun that i own with the more vertical grip angle. the muzzle flip is greater. When I first got the 21 I was so impressed that the sight picture did not change when I was firing the gun and I could fire all 10 rounds rapidly and place them all on target. I have npot been able to let 10 rounds go in under a second with anyother of my guns while keeping them all on target are 25 yards. I would say that has something tpo do with the design of the gun.
"IF" I could ever get past the feel of the Glock, maybe, just maybe, I could move along and experience all these things you are saying.
Believe me, I have tried! I have shot my gun buddies Glock's and even went as far as renting them at my LGS range, to try and "like" them!
If they were less "boxy" feeling, and kept it's current reputation, I would buy one. I'm sorry, I just don't like being armed with a "2X4."