Right now I am in the process of rearranging my gun collection. My first gun was an XD40 subcompact, which I received as a gift from my mother in law. It was her husband's until he passed away from lymphoma. My second gun was an M&P9 full-size, and my third gun was a ruger LC9.
Well, I have been unsatisfied with the LC9, the trigger pull is just too long for my liking. I'm in the process of selling it. That leaves me with one target practice/home defense gun, the M&P9, and one CCW gun, the XD40sc. I love the M&P9, but I think I want to switch over all my guns to a common platform, .40 S&W. So I'm looking for a full-size .40 pistol, that is accurate and dependable, along with 100% metal so as to be relatively light on the recoil (I have a thumb injury and heavy recoil weapons aggravate it).
I have it narrowed down the Taurus PT100, but I was wondering if anyone has any experience with either the PT92 or PT100? How do they shoot? How is their quality and reliability? Is their customer service decent? I would greatly appreciate any info on this!