One of the scariest things for someone who carries is not knowing if their pistol is going to be reliable or not. i encountered that recently with one of my single stack pistols. This caused me to go out for "emergency shopping" for a pistol to replace it. This took me on a little bit of a journey where I bounced back and forth between priorities before I settled on the Kel-Tec PF9.
There are times that I go for a week without even looking at my guns. This is not a common occurrence at my house, but it has been something that has been happening recently. When this happens, I have to find out how good my skills are and what firearm I can work with while I get back into the grind of focusing on remaining proficient with a variety of firearms and trigger systems.
I took out three pistols in order to see how well I work with these pistols and which one I will have to work with in order to get back into constant practice. All of these firearms were 9mm DA/SA and are about the size of the Glock 19. This size pistol is seen as a fine option for those looking for a good pistol that offers the best size/capacity ratio. The pistols used were the Beretta PX4 Compact, the CZ P-07, and the H&K P2000.
There is a huge trend in the training community that says that you need to start out at the pace of a Turtle in order to build up accuracy. For whatever reason, accuracy comes before shooting fast. I have found that training to shoot fast can be taken slow.
Do It Rite
Alaska-Based Youtube Vlogger, Retired Marine, gun enthusiast, and passionate firearm and gear evaluator.