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Which commercial version pistol from the US Army MHS Trials do you like best?

FN 509
11 %11 %11 %
11.07% (308)

CZ P09
16 %16 %16 %
16.79% (467)

SIG P320
18 %18 %18 %
18.22% (507)

S&W M&P9
12 %12 %12 %
12.51% (348)

Beretta APX
7 %7 %7 %
7.26% (202)

Glock 19X
29 %29 %29 %
29.73% (827)

Sphinx SDP
2 %2 %2 %
2.37% (66)

STI-Detonics STX
2 %2 %2 %
2.05% (57)
Comment made by Chad on 2018-10-03 11:43:12
Chris Bartocci did an excellent youtube video on this topic. He has much more insight on this topic than anyone else doing youtube videos. Small Arms Solutions is his channel. Paul Harrell and Chris Bartocci are two of the most knowledgeable individuals that are currently doing this. The Army MHS trials were incomplete and heavily biased. Glock was right to protest. Sig Sauer is still having issues and they are still dealing with a lawsuit over their trigger mechanism (Steyr). The true winners throughout this should be our servicemen, regardless of who wins.

Comment made by James on 2018-10-04 18:53:10
Seems that the perennial top dog contenders in the world of military issue handguns brings Glock and Sig Sauer to the table. The perceived fairness issues of the U.S. Army's MHS latest trials has obviously polarized many defenders of these two powerhouse arms manufacturers. Some Glock fans cried "foul" as Sig fans rejoiced. My personal experience with Sig Sauer and Glock handguns gives no distinct nod to either piece. However, I have owned far more Sigs than Glocks because Sigs work well for me. Glock lost the Army contract for the specified reasons provided by the Army's information release department. I'm sure the debate will continue to swirl around the outcome of the trials. C'est la vie!

Comment made by John on 2018-10-12 14:21:10
I have the Sig P320 with the military trigger group installed and its a problem for sure...It just doesn't want to stay in battery. "Reliability" is the by-word here. If it isn't reliable, our men and women in uniform shouldn't be forced to use it. It's my second new Sig that I have had a problem with. The other is my P238. It came without a firing pin...you heard that right...no firing pin! Sig made good on it as I sent it back and they repaired it...but no firing pin? Gee whiz...!

Comment made by Randy on 2018-10-20 16:00:38
Must have a hammer. Striker fired pistols are an accident waiting to happen. We had three (3) while I was in DOJ. I like CZ but Dectronics is US made....Get the 'union' out of the picture and I would go with Detronics....

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