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Could it have anything to do with training? Nah, that would be too much to ask for.Could someone explain to me exactly what "next generational accuracy" is?
Maybe "next generation accuracy" isn't necessary a GOOD thing. Maybe it's like talking about a Glock's "next generation craftsmanship." In other words, "good enough but certainly nothing special."Could it have anything to do with training? Nah, that would be too much to ask for.
There's not much of a comparison to be made, the SIG is reliable and certainly as accurate as all SIGs are but it just doesn't fit my hand like my gubmint model.Walt, how do you feel about it compared to a 1911? Yeah, I'm old school and too old/hard-headed to change.
I hesitate to daily carry a gun that might need to be used for ballistic therapy and then subsequently... "lost".
I can work it, it's just that a 1911 is more intuitive.I must admit I've never handled a 320. But, looking at the pictures, the locations of the safety & slide release puzzle me. Does one really need mutant thumbs to work both*, or is that just appearance? I'd been using 1911s for decades before handling my first Sig and the controls just seemed.......wrong.
I think they let officers carry them because they don't trust them with rifles.The only folks that shall be sporting sidearms are SF or Special Warfare, so why all the concern?
Do you think those sidearm issued "College Boy's" realize that Uncle Sam gives the ordinary GI an "A Full-Auto Assault Rifle" just in case they have to go to "War"? mg:I think they let officers carry them because they don't trust them with rifles.