Jkustomz28, there are a few things that haven't been mentioned in this thread yet, so I'd like to give you a little different advice.
First, comfortable carry is more about the holster than the gun. A good holster from a reputable manufacturer can make all the difference. Go to gun stores and gun shows, borrow friends holsters and try as many as possible until you find what works for you. IWB, OWB, SOB, shoulder, ankle, Polymer, leather - the combination of choices is endless for a reason - different types work for different people. And if you're going to carry on your waist, get an actual gun belt. The holster won't work correctly if not properly supported.
Second, as a rule, the gun manufacturer doesn't matter. Long ago, when Glock was brand new, they upped the bar on quality like the firearms industry had never seen. But today, every manufacturer produces top quality, reliable products or they go out of business. It is better to buy the gun you are most comfortable with when shooting. It is better to save a few bucks on the gun and put some money into an advanced carry or tactical shooting class (about $100). Our police dept does everything up to SWAT classes with the shooting house, night fire drills and everything!
Last, it's better to not rely on a standard manufactured gun for reliability. Many professional gunsmiths offer reliability tuning. They will polish and port the feed ramp (more reliable feeding), tune, but not lighten the trigger (smoother shooting for better accuracy) and port the magazine well (faster reloading). With advanced training mentioned above and a tuned gun you are comfortable with, you will be a shooting expert regardless of the brand you choose! Too many people buy and sell guns looking for the exact fit. Find one you like and make it perfect for you!
Money spent on tuning, training a proper holster and gun belt, and practice ammo is a far better investment than trying to find the "perfect" off-the-shelf gun. CZ, Beretta, Glock, Sig Sauer, S&W and other manufacturers are all equally reliable these days, and with tuning and practice they are all made better. Training with professionals makes you better, so choose to invest in yourself.
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