So, my wife and I are getting our concealed carry licenses this month. I've decided that I want to carry a .45. Not a .40, and not 9mm. Fact is, a hit with a JHP .45, is better than a hit with a JHP 9mm. So, which .45 ACP should I carry? (My wife will carry a 9mm, because she can't handle the recoil of a .45, yet) - Glock 36? I already own a Glock 22. I like Glock, trust Glock, and think it would be comfortable to carry, as it is very slim. However, I've heard many people complain that they jam if you limpwrist them, which could be a problem if I have to fire it one-handed... - Springfield XD? Is the 4" compact the same size as the Glock 30? How is it's concealabilty compared to a Glock 36? I don't question Springfield's reliability, but I do prefer the ergonomics of a third gen Glock... - 1911? I know next to nothing about these things, except that tons of people on this forum swear by them. So this is pretty much an open invitation to sell me on one. Why a 1911 vs. Glock or Springfield? Why single action vs. DAO? Why a massive pistol that weighs 40+ ounces loaded over one that weighs at least 1/2 a pound less? Is it concealable? *If a 1911, what's a good brand that's under $800 (Taurus, Springfield, Kimber?).