I own both and after 1,000+ rounds I would say it is at least on par with the Glock for the average shooter. I don’t shoot competitively or throw tons of mods on my guns so I cannot speak for the aftermarket crowd, but stock for stock it surely holds it own and I have recommended it to many of my friends. It is quick on target, never has any cycling issues, has a thumb safety (which for those who want that it is nice to have, no need to debate the practicality of a safety here), easier to break down, and mags are not impossible to find or super expensive. It checked all the boxes I needed and has become my go to carry for over a year now. I still like my Glock, but I don’t know if I would buy another. Where glock has the advantage to me is in the variety of sizes and calibers, aftermarket support, and they are locally made.I own both pistols. I frequently shoot both pistols. The SAR9 is a superior weapon in every facet of comparison. The SAR9 is what Glock should or would be making if they listened to their customers, and/or didn’t have so much blind allegiance from their fanboys.