I own a gunstore in Bradenton, FL and I carry a Glock 22 on me. They fire everytime, period. The biggest problem with a Glock is they are downright dangerous in untrained hands. If you buy a Glock, TRAIN. You can relatively safely carry a revolver with little training, but so many "trained" cops shoot themselves with Glocks every year because of poor practices, mainly putting you finger inside the trigger guard before you are ready to fire. When someone is shooting at you, only LOTS of training will kick in and keep that finger off the trigger while drawing from a holster. I've seen countless times when highly trained people, even pro shooters, encountered a problem with safeties not quite fully disengaged. You will not have that problem with a Glock. Just my opinion.