|The Unknown |
HK, because I had to find out if they were all hype or if there was any substance to the fan-boy-ism.
I haven't shot enough to know for certain that they're worthy of all the praise that gets lavished on them. But what I can tell you is it isn't all hype.
|Retired, laying back |
and enjoying life
DW VBob in 38 Super.
Freedom comes from the will of man. In America it is guaranteed by the 2nd Amendment
Last pistol I bought was a revolver: LCR9.
Just my 2¢
Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right ♫♫♫
I have been on a Beretta run lately. First purchase a 92FS, then the 92FS Inox, 92FS Compact, M9A3, M9 Commercial, 92A1 and a nickel 84FS.
Those sexy Italians are growing on me.
“There is love in me the likes of which you’ve never seen. There is rage in me the likes of which should never escape."
—Mary Shelley, Frankenstein
|Who Woulda |
I did buy a 320 and voted that way, but I also bought "Other" too.
Risk the consequences of honesty...
LOL. ATI .45. Too cheap not to. And it runs well!
Aaaaaaaand back to the south. And now to the west again. 1/17 west again. 1/18. Now east. Your prayers are appreciated. 1/19.
|Take the risk or |
lose the chance
“The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it.”
When you say "the big three," do you mean those specific models? Why just Gen 4 glocks? Gen 3's remain wildly popular. Why S&W 2.0? The smiths, especially the shields going on sale for dirt prices right now, are sailing out the door.
The impact of the 320 can't really be gaged against Gen 4 glocks or S&W 2.0's. It can be gaged in the number of 320's being sold, carried, used for competition, etc. Otherwise, you're just taking random samples and gaging the success of the P320 by what others didn't buy.
|E tan e epi tas|
HK because I have moved back to DA/SA.
"Guns are tools. The only weapon ever created was man."
|Unapologetic Old |
Three Berettas in the 92 family
- "This town reminds me of something in the bible."
- "Which part?"
- "The part right before god gets angry"
Ladies and gentlemen, take my advice - pull down your pants and slide on the ice.
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My latest pistol was a Taurus revolver.
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Gen 4 G40 because, 10MM
"My rule of life prescribed as an absolutely sacred rite smoking cigars and also the drinking of alcohol before, after and if need be during all meals and in the intervals between them." Winston Churchill
I found myself doing the same. Well not DA/SA exclusively, but I've moved from striker-fired (Kahr, Glock) back to mostly hammer-fired pistols for concealed carry (SIG P239, HK P30SK, S&W CS9D). I'm really not sure why.
Back to the original question, my most recent buys were the S&W CS9D (scarce double action only variant), SIG P229 Elite Equinox 9mm (just today), and a TC Contender. Honestly I have no interest in any of the specific pistols listed as choices.
The TC is hammer-fired. The .22WRM sure has a hell of a bark from a 10" barrel. Maybe I'll use it as a CCW
Last two was a 229ST and a 357 revolver.
I don't understand all the hype over the 320. Maybe that would change, if I shot one. But the over all fit, feel and trigger pull didn't really trip my fancy.
I will say, I'm not a fantastic plastic guy and bought a VP9 to see if I liked the 'Glock like' trigger. Glock is out due to their grip angle. The HK is more Sig like and points more naturally for me.
Only other plastic that gets me thinking is the PPQ.
Sig X5, W. Germany P220, P220 10mm, P220 Sport stock, and W. Germany P228 . I think there is a pattern here
|The Once and Future SIG Shooter|
Well, since I just bought a fullsize P320 RX, that's how I voted. But, I could have easily voted other. I also got a Beretta APX, an HK USP9F, and a couple of S&Ws.
|addicted to trailing-throttle oversteer|
If I count for myself: other.
Technically I did 'buy' a ton of Glocks...though at distributor cost, not with my money and wholly for the shop.
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