Well, other than KX59. He's the true deal.
Seriously though, I went to the range today and fired a Smith & Wesson M&P and a Springfield XDM.
I really liked both guns, but the Springfield felt really good in my hands, a very comfortable gun to shoot.
I need all you gunnies out there to let me know your opinion on the reliability of those two guns. Both were nice to shoot and I did enjoy the Glock 19 from Monday night.
What I didn't like about the Glock was the way the grip felt in my hands. It was boxy and bulky and more difficult to control, though not uncontrollable. I have heard a lot of good things about the Glock as far as reliability is concerned though.
The Smith & Wesson M&P felt really nice and was easy to control. I shot well with it which is important and I was totally comfortable at the range today.
The Springfield, however, was love at first shot. I know you all can relate to what I mean. Sometimes you pick up a weapon (this goes for darts as well) and you shoot it and it just feels right. This is how I felt with the Springfield. I'll be doing a little research on the gun but I really would like some opinions on the reliability of it.
Meanwhile, I'm still trying to convince the hubster to come with me tomorrow to take Natasha out for a run at the range. I really don't want to fire her alone for the first time. Maybe y'all can help me out and tell him that a good husband takes a couple hours out of his day to take his wife to the range. (Maybe he'll buy that, yeah that's the ticket).