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What people need to understand is that any gun in the hands of a skilled shooter is a fine weapon. Some may be sleeker, ergonomic, lighter, tighter blah, blah, blah. The true effectiveness in the weapon is in how skilled you are in it's use and the recovery when things go wrong. I hate it when people try to bitch slap someones choices in weapons just because they don't like it. A shooter should buy what they can comfortably afford and then train with until you know it inside and out. Most manufacturers offer a life time warranty so if the weapon does not work like it should, send it back until they get it right.

I own 20+ Semi-Autos from various manufacturers. I train with all of them often. Some have a better feel or a better look than the others but they all send lead and brass down range 100% effectively and I would not trade one of them.
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