A guy I work with bought an H&K .45 around 5 years ago to use for home defense and occasional C.C.. This is his ONLY firearm. We were giving him a hard time about spending $800 on his first handgun because he is always bragging about having to have the best of everything. He said he only bought the H&K because it was the only gun that felt right in his large hands. Here's the kicker, he has NEVER shot the gun in the 5 years he's owned it. My thinking was, I'd prefer a gun that doesn't fit my hand at all (that I am familiar with), and the knowledge that it actually WORKS over a top of the line gun that fits well and I've never fired. How do you feel about this? Would you rather trust your live(and your family's lives) with an H&K .45 that fits your hand and you've never fired or would you take a Taurus 9mm but you've used and practiced with?