I was talking to my local state police boss about guns. He said Utah State Police is going to the Glock 17 instead of the 22, mostly due to cost of ammo, higher capacity, and lastly because...most newer hires aren't gun guys. They can't handle the .40 good enough! So much for gov't entities always getting "the best". Crazy world. On the plus side, Glock 22 buy backs will be available. On the minus side, not many, as the cops can buy their old duty guns at about $350, but our price will be $400-$450. In fact, this guy said he asked about getting some one else's newer gun than his, as his night sights were fading, and instead, he got a new 34 with night sights and 3 mags for $399 from the supplier. He also mentioned a new idea in malfunction response. Instead of "tap rack bang", it's now "tap rack reassess", as in, you aren't shot yet, so make sure the time you spent fixing it hasn't changed the situation and put unintended targets in the picture.