Lubbock PD moving from Sig to Glock

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  • vmax

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    the article said the Sigs they were using were 40 cal , same as the new Glocks they are getting
     

    txinvestigator

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    While I don't care what gun they use, one can make an argument this way; If capacity is so important that 3 rounds matter, then why not switch to the 9mm and really increase capacity

    The Glock requires one to press the trigger to clean, causing a potential for ND's (no, I don't really believe this, but it can be argued) The trigger on the Glock can more easily be fired accidentally



    Again, I don't necessarily agree with my stated arguments, but many departments are going away from Glocks. Many are going towards. There are plenty of good choices, Glock, Beretta, S&W, Sig Sauer,, then there is the 1911......

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    The trigger pull on the Glock pistols is a pound lighter then the 6.5-pound double action trigger on the Sig Sauer pistols.

    Are they currently using P250? What kind of police force uses Sig and doesn't use a DA/SA?
     

    RstyShcklfrd

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    What a shame that they went with .40S&W instead of 9mm....

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