"does my stuff own me?" explain that comment please. Before I retired at 70 as a poor pensioner, just collecting Social Security checks, I was an engineer and could afford any firearm I wantedPro Tip: Do you own your stuff or does your stuff own you?
When choosing a gun to defend your life and the lives of your family, you pick the most reliable gun you own that you shoot the best. Maybe that's a $450 glock or maybe that's a $3000 Wilson Combat. Cost, however, is NOT a factor in this equation.
To that end, my Wilson CQB sits on my nightstand. And if the police want it after it gets done saving my life and the lives of my family, they can keep the damn thing for all I care.
And it will still be the BEST money I've ever spent.
I shoot my Glock, a couple of S/W, an HK, a Springfield, a half dozen Rugers and I have NEVER noticed a difference in reliability
and I disagree, to me, price is the determining factor
since I can shoot my HK, Glock, Ruger and 1911 with the same accuracy and reliability, financial risk is an issue and will always be considered
so I keep my Glock on the headboard
I've shot a Wilson Combat and I can't shoot it any more accurately than my used $550 Springfield 1911