I have recently switched to my 97 Stainless USPF for on duty carry.
All personal firearms : .9mm HK USP-9 with UTL and .223/5.56mm SIG SG 552-SP, with a .9mm SIG Sauer P-226 as a B.U.G. (or for ride-alongs or hand over weapon for another Officer) in the vehicle (no ankle carry for me in tactical-gear).
My SIG 552 now has an EoTech 552 mounted, bowever the Aimpoint M2 is still ready to go in the bag.
Colleagues GLOCK 19, STF issued MP-5 (Aimpoint and mount removed), my SIG P-226, SIG 552 and HK USP-9 (my GLOCK 22 is States-side - just can't stand the grip-angle).
But if things come our way (as promised), we may be moving to a full HK range if we are fortunate (holding thumbs).
Issued firearms for the South African Police Service are the .9mm Vektor Z88 (locally manufactured copy)/Italian Beretta 92F, .223.5.56mm Vektor R5, some Uzi's still in use along with the .308/7.62mm R1 assault rifle (rare these days). We have a host of crap shotguns too.
Special Task Force, National Intervention Unit and Counter Assault Team are all issued the HK USP-9 with UTL and HK MP-5A3.
32,000 GLOCK 19/17s apparently sitting at Logistics and only a handful have been issued I believe. They procure them but are too scared to issue them to our "non-firearm" types. Hmmmmmm...
Yes sir it is *s*, and slowly but surely we're moving back to the right mindset to shoot these turkeys. For for too long we have had our hands tied... We followed up on a high-risk warrant 3-days ago at a house that may have had 30-armed suspects who had committed an armed robbery that morning stealing approx. $ 2.8-million (USD) worth of local currency. Turned out to be negative at that location. Last week friends of ours did a raid at a house where 14 AK47's were located, they only recovered 6 which means the others are out on the street with the crims preping for another hit somewhere. You got to love this place...Sounds like the proper equipment to deal with the carjackers. I mean that's some serious stuff to be part of the tools of the trade !!!!!!!!!