Okay this is important. We need to develop a sliding scale to quickly determine if a particular semiautomatic pistol is light side or dark side.
Negative infinity to 0 are the most evil guns imaginable. If you even think about these guns in most of Europe, Kalifornia, Mass, etc. you will be executed. They are just that evil.
From 1 to 33 these guns too are evil. Odds are pretty good if you added a laser or something they could become super evil.
From 34 to 67 your gun is not really part of the whole light vs. darkside debate. Pansy.
From 68 to 99 your gun is on the Light Side. Congratulations, your gun is smiled upon by the angels. Your gun has the power to repel vampires and Hillary Clinton.
At 100 or more your gun is so Light Side it makes grown men weep at the sight of it. As a matter of fact, when it rains, the raindrops will actually veer around your gun and not fall on it less they get it wet.
You start at 50, right in the middle of the scale (okay not really but work with me here.)
Your gun was designed by John Moses Browning +20
Your gun has a 5" barrel + 5
Any magazine that fits flush on your gun holds 8 rounds or perhaps 7 +5
Your gun is chambered in .45 ACP +5
Your gun is a Colt +5
Your gun has real ivory grips +3
Your gun is parkerized +3
Your gun is blued deep rich and bright +3
Your gun is a single action +5
Your gun costs more than $800 normally and it had to have at least $400 worth of gunsmithing to make it work like you wanted it to +5
Your gun is polymer - 20
Your gun is chambered in 9mm AND is not a BHP or made before 1980 -15
Your gun is neither a .45 nor a 9mm -1 for each hundredth from .45 (for example 45 ACP - 40 S&W = -5)
Your gun holds more than 8+1 capacity with flush magazines -1 for each round over the limit
Each accessory that requires any sort of battery - 5
Your Gun is a Glock -5
Your Gun is striker fired -5
Your gun costs less than $600 normally and has never been to a gunsmith because it works fine out of the box -5
Okay what else do we need to add?