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Old 11-25-2021, 01:35 AM
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Originally Posted by MT2008 View Post
I feel like that's not fair to Glock. Nowadays, the tip of the spear are all carrying Glocks (albeit modified from the factory config with new sights, new triggers, etc.) - and often older Gen Glocks (typically the Gen 3s). In the U.S. military, all of the SOF units that used to use 1911s, SIGs, H&Ks, etc. are now carrying Glock 17s and 19s. So the Glock is as much an operator's weapon as it is a non-combat arms weapon.
DEVGRU recently switched to the P320 X-5, but the vast majority do still use Glocks.
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