I purchased my first few handguns primarily for concealed carry reasons. As a result, I focused on the lighter, more compact models made of polymer - Kahr CW-9, Taurus Mil Pro PT-145 and the Kel-Tec P3-AT. However, as I became a more avid shooter, I added a number of steel handguns to my inventory - Sig P239, CZ P-01, Beretta 92FS, Beretta Cougar and a Springfield 1911.
When I now go to the range I find myself spending at least 75% of my time shooting the steel guns and the remaining balance shooting my polymer handguns.
The steel handguns generate less recoil and seem to be more natural shooters that the polymer models; and I just find the steel guns more enjoyable to practice with.
Am I in the majority or minority of shooters on this board?