Aw, you beat me to car analogies :wacko:I know the car analogies are played out, but I think of it as the Glock being a pickup truck and the Sig being a manual transmission Porsche. The fit and finish, design, and joy of running the Sig is a big sell. The trigger is great, the decocker is smooth, everything about it is impressive. The Glock is simple, straight forward, and will get the job done, probably more efficiently, every time. I don't see any reason why you can't drive a manual transmission Porsche to get your groceries, but there will be a bit more to it. You have the TDA trigger to learn and be effective with, and cost of ownership is (slightly) higher. It is heavier as well.
I have heard some quality issues with Sigs lately, but I would not let that stop me from buying one. They will take care of it if something is wrong.
Wow that was the best post of the month ! You couldn't get any better than that analogy !You hear the analogy of the glock being the skinny, flat chested , plain looking girlfriend who puts out every time and anytime and other fancier guns being the ones with the big boobs and butts but are more temperamental- ha