Based on the requirements in the tender, the Glock is not an option:
-The GSP must be full size, semi-automatic Double Action Only (DAO).
-The GSP must be in current use within NATO and has been in service for a minimum of two years.
-The GSP must fire all 9mm ammunition that complies with requirements of (STANAG-4090) Small Arms Ammunition (9mm Parabellum).
-The grip size must be adjustable to permit the 5th percentile Canadian female to the 95th percentile Canadian male easily perform all operations and easily hold and fire the GSP
-The trigger must not be required to be depressed as part of the disassembly process.
-The GSP must not have any external safety device that requires separate manipulation by the user in order to fire.
-The GSP must be able to fire and remove a cartridge from the chamber with the magazine removed from the GPS. (No magazine disconnect/safety)
I have a love-hate relationship with the Glock, sometimes it's a match made in heaven and I hit everything. Other times I can't hit a lake, even if I was on the bottom. It's wierd....