Reasons I Traded Off my Glock
1. It was fat.
2. It would not carry well.
3. The trigger was spongy.
4. The safety was on the trigger.
5. The sights were plastic.
6. The rear sight kept shifting.
7. It was not all that accurate.
8. It had no soul. It was like shooting a zombie gun.
There were other reasons, more intangible reasons........ I owned my Glock at the time many Glocks began to have frame rail separations. Glock was not responding to it's customer's needs during that time, and that bothered me. Glock took care of their police contracts, and told most civilians to suck eggs. They never recalled the affected weapons.
I dislike the whole Glock Perfection thing. Glocks are only perfection in the closed minded society of the Glocksters. Saying a Glock is perfect because it goes bang everytime is like saying a PT Cruiser is perfect because it starts every time. The fact is, many Glock owners buy into the advertising hype as though it were Gospel, and they become as annoying as a blow fly up your nose. For a man with good trigger finger discipline, a Glock can be an adequate pistol if he is not to picky. Problem was, I was picky. I knew what I wanted, and a Glock was not it.