Picked up what will be my new EDC last night and put 100 rounds through it. There were no hangups with the Remington .357 SIG 125-grain FMJ ammo (as expected). My EDC weapons for the last 2 years has been the Sig P938, but I've recently had a couple of problems with that gun, which I'll post another thread about. In any case, the Glock 19/23/32 series of handguns offers a combination of features that's not available in any other pistol: Size, capacity, barrel and magazine interchangeability, and reliability and durability don't even need to be mentioned. Another big reason for my choosing the G32 is the Underwood Ammunition, which duplicates the ballistics of the famous 125-grain .357 Magnum load from a 4" barrel revolver. Ballistics test showing 1500+ FPS 5-shot average from a Glock 32: https://youtu.be/ughIFOrIP_w Here's a photo of my best grouping last night - 11 shots out of a 13-round magazine within 2.5" at 12 yards (36 feet): The Gen4 comes with 3 13-round mags. The LGS also had a 22-rounder, so I went ahead and picked that up. Of course, the gun also accepts the 15-rounders from the G31 full-size. I'm looking forward to modding the gun to my preferences. I already have a Lone Wolf .40 S&W barrel on the way (std. Length) and 140 rounds of the Underwood 125-grain with the Speer Gold Dot BJHP, which will be my EDC load (after verification of function). Next will be a set of the Tru-Glo fiber optic/tritium sights, some Talon Grips and an aftermarket trigger, since my Dan Wesson 1911 and Browning Hi Power have spoiled me in the trigger department.