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Old 05-08-2017, 08:34 AM   #31
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i'm real happy with my g3 g30 & have "0" interest in any part of the 320 line.
I totally get that. You know, for me, I'm seriously considering selling both of my Glocks (17, 21) and getting another P320 (after the X-Five I have on order).

I love the simplicity of maintenance and care of the P320 series.

I can shoot either the Sig or the Glock just fine, but god the P320 (for me) is easier to break down, clean and maintain.

I've also (lately) noticed some weird quality control problems with Glock mags where the polymer isn't sealed to the metal underplate. I love the elegance of the Sig mags (and of course you pay for that as well).
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Old 05-08-2017, 08:36 AM   #32
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I shot a P320 and sold my 3 Glocks. I was never comfortable with the trigger. Figured I was trading some trigger feel for dependability. If that means I am not a good shooter then so be it. I love my P320c RX and have the x5 on order. Only downside for me is the availability and price of magazines.
Not liking a trigger and not being able to shoot the gun are two totally different things. We are all ruled by our preferences. I, also, am not a fan of the Glock trigger (both my Glocks immediately got the Haley Skimmer Trigger). But it never meant I couldn't shoot them.
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I will admit, I skipped from page 1 to page 3, so might have missed it, but in addition to the small trigger guard (which I have issues with without gloves on) is the sights. I am not a fan of the "trough" rear sight and would rather go with a blacked out rear, which I am not usually a fan of, rather than that.

Otherwise, nice comparison!
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(both my Glocks immediately got the Haley Skimmer Trigger)
How do you like the skimmer trigger? Is it worth the money?
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I don't have a problem shooting a glock then shooting a sig or 1911. I adjust as a shooter. Also the only trigger I have ever changed was on my custom Remington 700. I won't be changing/adjusting the triggers on my glocks, sigs, or my 1911. I haven't even changed the triggers on my AR's. I actually love the glock trigger!
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How do you like the skimmer trigger? Is it worth the money?
Love it and yes. It's obviously not a "1911" trigger, but it approximates it in a way that feels good in the Glock pistols. I've quite enjoyed shooting with it in both my Glocks.
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[QUOTE=Trave1ingEast;2346362]A Glock has no soul.

It don't need one.
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A Glock has no soul.

It don't need one.
You got that right!!!!
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I finally held a P320 compact the other day and dry fired it. The stock trigger was night and day compared to a glock. Going to pick one up soon I think. Depending how that goes I may sell my G19 MOS with RMR for a p320 RX


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Agreed, and I did the same thing. I too preferred the G17 to the 19, until I got the fact that the 19 actually fits my smaller/medium hands better.
I've wanted a G19 since I was in the market for my first pistol, but never fit my hands. It felt bigger in circumference than Sig's grips, is that just how it is?

When I finally shot it, it shot well, not any better than others I've shot (I actually shoot the VP9 > G19 and P320) but it was painful on the front of the grip.
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The only polymer pistol I own is a S&W SD9VE, a Glock clone. It fits my hand better than a Glock.
I put a Apex Trigger and spring kit in it and now like the trigger better than the hinged stock trigger. It sports a accessory rail and for $300 +tax it's a decent pistol with 16+1 capacity.
Since I got my P229 I dedicated the SD9VE for range fun because I prefer to have my thumb on the hammer while holstering and I'd rather carry a .357SIG or .40 than a 9mm.
Nevertheless I'd like to try a P320 but I wont get rid of my SD9VE.
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One of the biggest advantages for the Glock 19 is its huge aftermarket, as well as how fast new products are available for the platform.
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In my opinion Glock 19 vs P320C the P320 wins out in all categories except for comfort while concealing and that is the only reason I sold my P320C and bought a Glock 19.
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In my opinion Glock 19 vs P320C the P320 wins out in all categories except for comfort while concealing and that is the only reason I sold my P320C and bought a Glock 19.
I really wouldn't disagree. Ease of concealment is something a lot of people overlook, IMO, when looking for a reliable and trusted defense tool. I like a lot of other guns better than the Glock 19, the BHP, 1911, P226, just to name a few, but when it comes to what I "need" in a carry gun vs. what I "want"...nothing beats the G19. It's not that it is THE BEST GUN available. It's not! But what it offers in the realm of real world defense is truly remarkable when you consider cost, size to capacity ratio, reliability, as it relates to ease of use/maintenance, and aftermarket support you just can't beat the G19 for everyday GP use.
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To debate the pro's and cons of a glock and a p320 sure does limited your choices . They both work well for many but there sure as heck are not the best or only choices for many folks .

If you like and want ether one then buy it and move on but some like myself own a number of other brands and models with different trigger types , poly lowers and all metal and carry a few of those too on occasion . There is no best handgun between a glock and a p320 . Only the one each of us like best at any given time .
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