It's better to have a few really good, higher dollar guns that you really like, than it is to have a bunch of lower end guns you're not too thrilled about.
Very true. The things you don't much care for end up sitting around doing nothing other than collecting dust. I had a couple of those over the years. Some I just didn't like, others were anything but a pleasure to shoot. I still have my KelTec P3AT and still use it sometimes as a carry gun. But I hate shooting it at the range as it is anything but fun to shoot. Now my 938 carry gun, I love it. I shoot it pretty much everytime I go to the range
A good plan executed today is better than a perfect plan executed at some indefinite point in the future.
- General George Patton Jr
Avoid either if the first guns mentioned. The Ruger P95 is a quality gun at an affordable price, but can present some challenges for concealed carry, depending on body type, carry method, and wardrobe. Just some things to consider.
I picked up a Taurus PT 738 and I actually really like it, 100 rounds of Remington UMC threw it and one FTE and I'm sure that was my fault because around 80 I thought I'd try with one hand and I can't do that yet. And IMO It is a good carry gun for me until I can afford my Ruger SR9c