Fighting Cleaver by Baltimore Knife and Sword
The humble cleaver has actually had a long history a weapon. A chopping strike is very natural and takes little training. The tongs and triads of East Asia were notorious for wielding cleavers, probably because many of their footsoldiers were butchers in their day jobs. You can’t arrest a butcher for carrying a cleaver!
Glock does one thing particularly well - keep on running.
I’ve just had 5,000 rounds through my latest one, with absolutely no failures. No FTEs, FTFs, or any other malfunctions of any kind. That’s why my primary carry gun is a Glock.
I cannot trust my life to a gun that has less than total reliability.