I know that those words should usually never belong in the same sentence to most members. But let me continue. When I bought my first handgun 23 years ago I was working county corrections as a Deputy Jailor and made a whopping 7 something dollars an hour. I needed a service pistol for when I would transport inmates to court or the hospital. I had just served four years in the Marines, most Attached to the Marine Security Forces. I had extensive knowledge and trigger time with a Beretta 92, but could not afford one. With little manufactures knowledge I purchased a Taurus 92 AF, and it served me well. Since then I have moved from a Sig P239 to a S&W Shield, to G19 and now a CZ P-01 as my CCW. Today I decided to take the Taurus to the range. I had not shot it in about 10 years. 100 rounds down the pipe with no hiccups. It will never be my go to pistol again, but it could and I would be confident in it. I know that Taurus hadn't had the plant long and I believe it was probably their most reliable pistol to date.