Basically, If you llke Glocks, then purchase/shoot Glocks. If you like something else, then purchase/shoot something else. But beyond the “Basics”, sometimes there are other reasons for purchasing a particular handgun (or other firearm, for that matter) when said handgun may not be your favorite…
I together with my wife, own four Glocks. The reason that we purchased the first two (a 34 and 35) were to pair with our KelTec Sub 2K Gen 2’s, in our CARsenals (see photo). The reason that I purchased two others was that CA DOJ (actually a misnomer, as Dept of “Injustice” is a more apt descriptor) will probably move them “off list” and they won’t then be available in CA for purchase in the future (until that is, we move out of CA to TX in order to live our lives surrounded by other Patriotic Americans who abhor the Nanny State and cherish the Constitution, then we’ll be able to own anything we want).
Due to ergonomic issues (e.g, natural point-of-aim) and other preferences (i.e., triggers), we prefer/shoot SIG’s, Rugers and 1911’s, However, in the event of having to at some point utilize our CARsenals to either respond to and engage an active shooter or as SHTF preps should a major earthquake strike SoCal while we’re away from home and have access to our vehicles, we opted to assemble our CARsenals based upon pairing the Glock (mags) with the Sub 2K’s. Plus, in the event that for whatever reason our legally-possessed/transported CARSenals were stolen or seized (well, same thing if/when the government takes your guns versus some shitbag breaking into your vehicle) by LE following engagement of an AS or a SHTF scenario, then “losing” a Glock would be a lot less painful than losing a tricked-out P226 or 1911.
Some of my friends love Glocks, while others not so much. To us, Glocks are tools that while good to have when you need them, are not our “preferred” tools of choice.