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P250 vs Glock 19
Sam250C Offline
#1 Posted : Saturday, September 08, 2018 5:02:53 AM(UTC)
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I suppose a more legit comparison would be P320C vs. Glock 19, instead of P250 vs. Glock 19, but I don't have a P320C yet. Might not ever get one. But, my P250 has given me the idea that Glocks are somewhat overrated, and don't match up to the hype.

Anybody else agree, or care to elaborate?

After I finally broke down and gave into the hype, I got a Glock 19 for a great price. Learned how to strip it down, etc. Even installed a 3.5 lb trigger connector. Looked into having the finger grooves removed, and getting a stipple job. I've been holding off on that, because I realized I might have overrated Glocks, and for me, it's not as accurate as my P250C.

It seems to alway come back to the idea of selling the Glock (they do sell faster than Sigs it seems) and applying the money to a P320C. Anyone else do that?
Sam

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#2 Posted : Saturday, September 08, 2018 7:04:49 AM(UTC)
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Or get a P250 in another caliber
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, September 11, 2018 1:04:00 PM(UTC)
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Yes, I have owned Glocks. Loved my P250 when I purchased it. Still do. Purchased a P320 6 months after it was introduced. My problem with Glocks? To make this firearm acceptable, you only need to replace the trigger, barrel, sights, slide, and grips. After spending $1000 to $1200 (this includes cost of pistol) you will have a pistol comparable to a stock P250 or P320c.
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