Saying that you are down to one Glock isn't exactly denouncing the platform. I don't understand why people own multiple similar firearms so often when there is so much cool stuff out there.I was a Glock fan boy back in 2010. I owned a Glock G23, Glock 30SF, and a Glock 20SF. I sold the G23 and G30SF but kept the G20SF. I sold the G23 because it was way too snappy and it raised the muzzle way too much for my liking. I sold the G30SF because it pinched my little pinkie finger meat when I shot it one day and gave me a flinch. I kept the G20SF because, well, it's a 10mm and I reload. Now that I own a H&K VP9T OR and a Walther PDP both with Holosun 507c X2 optics, I have no need reason to ever purchase another Glock with the same old "Glockish" technology. What say you?
But I'd call a VP9T or PDP "Glockish technology". How many modified Browning polymer striker fired double column pistols do you want?