First, ths is not a bash thread. Please don't make it one. I was talking to leo at the car wash today. They have to carry Glock 21's. He's been on the force awhile, starting with S & W revolvers. When they first went semi auto, they offered a choice: 1911, Sig, or Glock. He carried a Sig. After awhile they realized they had to stick with one, they chose the Glock. Now this officer told me he originally hated it, but has learned to tolerate it. His reason is that it's not a natural aim. He says that , for him at least, it shoots high. Just from the grip angle. I have never fired a Glock, 'though I have held them, and just from that I feel the same. They don't feel like a comforatable, natural shooter. My Sig is pretty much point and shoot, as are all of my other handguns. Even the CZ 52. So for the Glock shooters, what do you think? Did you have to adjust radically to become proficient?