I'd been wanting to buy a handgun for some time, when my stepfather bought one. In my close proximity to it, my urges faded, as I got to shoot it when I wanted, and it wasn't an issue. Like a fool, I didn't buy one months ago before the mess started, and so now I'm dead set on buying one. But the rub is that, right now, I have the money for one handgun. Six hundred is probably my max, although if the difference is drastic and I need to spend a little more, I can. That said, I'm not sure what I should go for. High capacity seems to be the target with the recent legislative rumblings, so does that mean a standard, high capacity handgun is my best bet? Or with that money, is it better to get a concealed carry. Basically my question is what kind of handgun would you buy, if you could only have one, compact or standard? And then more specifically, what would you recommend of that type? I tried various different handguns, and none of them felt any more "right" than the other, so really I want opinions from all of you, on what you would do with a one time purchase, in the next couple of weeks.