The reasons for the #2A. Everyone knows about what’s on the surface. They see it, hear about it, it affects them. What’s under the surface is larger, yet people who haven’t experienced it (haven’t seen it) or don’t know the history of it and steps leading to it (learned about it) don’t believe the much larger threat it poses. Until the ‘ship,’ their freedoms, hit it and it begins to sink. Then it’s too late. The reality is, the second amendment guarantees all the rest. Our government was setup for checks and balances. The armed population was intended to be the counter weight of last resort. #ccw#nationalreciprocity#tyranny#crime#guns
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Remember the Venn diagram we learned in school? Yeah, I never thought I'd use it away from the classroom until I started reviewing gear. Compare and contrast. These two guns have a lot of similarities. Glock wasn't the first polymer wonder, that claim actually belongs to HK, but they "perfected" it. With the military's adoption of the P320 I think it, along with the already established Glock, will become one of the most popular handguns on the planet. The P320 certainly had some issues, but the modularity of the system and the trigger make it a formidable competitor to the Glock. The trigger on the P320 feels a little mushy on the take up, but the break is clean and light with a tactile and audible reset. Bore axis is high, but the difference in recoil is minimal. The lower frame feels almost cheap in my hand, but then I remember that's the reason why the pistol can be so modular, and I completely forget about it when I start shooting groups that look like four leaf clovers. Ergos on the P320 are better. I feel there's more room for my support hand to interface with the frame. Aiming the two guns is different. If you're used to the Glock, you'll have to search for the front sight post the first time you pick up the Sig. But after some dry fire practice that problem goes away. Glock killer? Naw, there's no such thing. For one, my Gen 3 and Gen 4 Glocks have never let me down. The P320 on the other hand had to be sent back for a recall they called a "voluntary upgrade." It may not have been a big deal to some, but for me it was enough. Eventually the P320 is going to have to go to a class with me. The Glock made it through 700ish rounds in two days at Fighting Pistol. Will the P320 do the same? I think so, but I'm not sure. Only time will tell. But you can be certain that my G19 will be sitting on deck waiting for the P320 to give up the ghost. She's always ready. #sig#p320#glock#glock19#compareandcontrast#schoolisforfoolslookatme#9mm#polymerwonders#tupperwareguns#reliabilty#dropsafe#ornaw#shooters#2a#edc#ccw#everydaycarry#merica#freedom#mofosloveblackandwhite#notaphotographer