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Old 07-09-2017, 04:00 PM
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SIG is no slouch, though. SEALs have been using the 226 with zero complaints for over 20 years now. And besides, what did Glock expect when their bid was effectively double what SIG's was? That they'd get picked just for being Glock? This isn't a contract to outfit a few thousand police officers, it's all four main branches of the armed forces, meaning probably over a million individual units easily.
Actually, NSW switched over to the Glock 19.

I like SIGs, but the P320 is not one of my favorite SIG pistols, and I think the Army's requirements were misguided. Personally, I would have gone with Glock, given existing customer base in SOF units, and the fact that it is now a more mature design than the P320 family.

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It seems Glock just won't accept that they were passed over.

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2...kly+Newsletter
It's a lot of hot air, but I don't blame them for being frustrated.
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