“Six years ago the [Corpus Christi Police] department used nearly 400-thousand dollars in confiscated drug money to buy 450 new semi-automatic pistols. Now another upgrade appears to be on the way,” kiiitv.com reports. “The police department says the biggest problem with the [Glock 40] they use right now is that it takes a while for every officer to figure out how to handle it because of one simple thing, the grip.” In other words, don’t worry: our officers can shoot the gun. It’s just a matter of time. Or is it? “For a number of officers their hands are either too small or too big to be able to properly grip the gun. That’s because you can’t change the grip out for a different size.” Time to bust a drug dealer (or ask the ATF to find a willing sponsor) and pony-up for the Glock Gen4 G23. And then reduce training time. Or not.