Why U.S. Special Forces Love the Glock
The National Interest -

Peter Suciu


Even as it is unlikely that the Glock will ever become the standard-issue sidearm, it will likely remain the preferred choice for those elite operators that actually get a say in what they want to carry.

From 1911 until 1986, the Colt M1911—also known as the Colt Government or simply “Government”—was the standard-issue sidearm of the United States Armed Forces. The John Browning-designed .45 caliber handgun was everything a soldier could want, until the U.S. Army...

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