I can't decide whether I want to get a Colt Defender (.45acp) or a CPO Sig P229 with both .357Sig and .40SW barrels.
My current situation for carry is a Glock 19 and a Dan Wesson CBOB. I carry the Glock now, but will carry the Dan Wesson soon as well once I get my holster. I was actually thinking of getting the Colt Defender as my primary gun and in cooler months or when I accomidate more gun, carry the CBOB. Relegating the Glock to a car gun.
My dealer got in a couple CPO Sigs and they're in pretty good condition. I was thinking maybe I'd be better off saving some money and going with the Sig. The only thing is the Colt will use the same ammo as my Dan Wesson and it's a .45 which I like to begin with.
Anyhow, what do you suggest? I'm not dead set on .45 and believe a 9mm is plenty. I'm just going to be buying a gun and can't decide what, between these two. Given the choices, would you get the SIG and carry .357sig for defense or would it be better to use .40sw for better availability of ammo. Or just go with the Colt for .45acp and consolidate my calibers between 9mm and .45?