posted on Dec, 9 2019 @ 06:44 PM
Just go shoot a bunch and decide for yourself what you want.
I've never really cared about other people's opinions on firearms. I've owned and carried a bunch of different pistols. Hell, sometimes I'll carry a
.45 on my hip and a 9mm cross appendix.
I'm currently carrying a Walther PPQ M2 Navy , it's a great gun and it feels nice in my hand. The trigger is nice too, but hell I've felt even better
triggers on cheap guns. I've fired Lorcins where the trigger reset is practically a hair off the last pull.
But if you just want a shiny range gun just go with something chrome. I don't see why you want a large mag capacity with a range gun. Buy a couple of
extra mags and a speedloader. If you're going through three mags and feel like you have to reload too often then you're probably not even really
trying to shoot well. Take your time with it.
I carry three magazines with my Walther. The first magazine can hold 15 rounds. The other two can hold 17. With a round also in the chamber that
brings my total round count to 50. Does that mean I'm just walking around hoping for an excuse to use all fifty rounds? Of course not, but in a real
exchange of gun fire with all things taken into account there is a very real possibility of missing and having to shoot at multiple people or
If you want a gun capable of decent mag capacities go with anything that's double stack. There's literally nothing wrong with anything .22, .380, .38,
9mm, 10mm, .40, .45. That's right I said it. Any size round is fine. I seriously doubt that it's highly likely you have to worry about penetrating
body armor and getting shot with a .22 is just as likely to cause death or serious/greivous bodily harm to someone.
If you train to shoot someone center mass you're bound to collapse a lung or two, hit the heart, pierce the diaphragm, damage the spine, or penetrate
intestinal organs causing extreme lifelong pain and/or death.
But if you want a shiny range gun, buy something shiny and expensive so you can show off your financial decisions. Hell get you one of those Gold
plated Desert Eagles.
But really man just go shoot a bunch and buy what you want. They all do the same thing. Some just more reliable and ergonomically so.