You 1911 guys are way to serious. I have owned many and sold many 1911s over my 50 years of being a (what's the term) gunnut. I have never met a 1911 I didn't like. It requires more training, more range time, and a lot more money to become proficient in its use. With all the 1911s that have passed though my hands, and there have been many, the only one I have left is a Charles Daly in 45Super. My journey to the dark side was a decision based on pragmatism. Turn on English lesson: (Instead of truth being ready-made for us, James asserts we and reality jointly "make" truth. This idea has two senses: (1) truth is mutable, (often attributed to William James and F.C.S. Schiller); and (2) truth is relative to a conceptual scheme (more widely accepted in Pragmatism). Turn off English lesson. When I pick up a Glock be it 9mm, 357Sig, or .45 I know it is a Glock. I know what it will do and will not do. The trigger is much the same on all glocks, unless you are into that New York BS, and I am not. Anyway that's just me. Buy what you like and go shoot the hell out of it. Becoming proficient is an admirable trait.
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