I thought my Sig P 227 was the best .45 double-action I ever shot....until I fired this Glock 41. Simply put, it doesn't get any better than this. The Glock is so beautifully designed, you can shoot it as fast as you can pull the trigger. So help me, I can hit a bulls eye target as fast with this 41 as I can with my Ruger Mark III 22. It digests all ammo, from 185 grain plus P, to standard 230 harball, to Buffalo Bore 230 plus P. The Buffalo Bore ammo chronographed 1,015 out of the long 5.3 inch barrel. Accuracy is incredible. From a bench rest at 25 yards, standard Federal 230 grain hardball grouped 1 1/2". RWS ammo grouped just over 1". This isn't just match accuracy, it's just plain accurate for anything. The really surprising thing for me is the lack of recoil in spite of the light weight. The 41 is smaller than a 1911. It carries very well. Just make sure you're comfortable with the trigger. You can accidentally trip it if you're not careful. Make sure you have a holster that covers the trigger and be careful in and out of holster. Simple cautions will mean you can carry this gun anywhere. It is high capacity. 13 plus 1 rounds of .45 ACP, especially Buffalo Bore's great 230 grain plus P full metal jacket flat point, will give you woods protection against black bears if necessary. Not a good idea to just have the .45, but sometimes you are just in the woods hiking and aren't carrying anything heavier. You owe it to yourself to try one out. Best thing Glock ever made. If I had one thing on my wish list, it would be a low-profile, adjustable night sight about the same size as the Glock factory sight. The Meprolight is very large with a .3" front sight that gets in the way of many holsters. - JOE
I own and this in a .9 cal and Im very happy with the power and comfort. CW9 is a slim gun. I did Have to do a "spring" job on my gun though it would cycle for crap. But now its a ok. Trigger is very smooth in the Kahrs. I feel very safe with these guns. - J. C.