Your last statement in itself shows Glock is not a good first gun. I see students having more problems with Glock then any other Gun.kiabe1 : The fault is not in our Glocks but in ourselves . I bet you are letting the Glock trigger induce flinch or trigger jerking . Try the drill in this video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KnBDIbgbMk
Glocks don't forgive human error. Keep it in a holster and get trained so your finger is straight along the frame unless firing .
Every sig I have ever fired has FTF issues so I wont carry them. They do shoot very nice though (when they work)Dizzll said:I'd heavily recommend getting a 9, 40, or 45 first before 357. As for the guy with the 226 post, Every Sig I have ever fired has FTF issues so I wont carry them. They do shoot very nice though (when they work)
I echo your every word. I wouldn't trade my G-22 for anything.BeyondTheBox said:They point better and more naturally for me, most find the opposite to be true for them.
They are great, not just good, but great guns! Quality Inn every sense. I highly recommend Glock brand handguns.