Excellent info from all, especially the ones about having both flavors!If you can’t hit your target any handgun is useless at 460 is a handful
I just wanted to add something about accuracy. It's common knowledge that semiautos were primarily designed to be light and cheap to manufacture, as military weapons. That lightness does play into accuracy and having done my first serious handgun training over the last few years, I've concluded that it takes much more training to be good at 25 yards with a semiauto than it does with a revolver of the same barrel length, and I can extent that to almost all of the shooters at my range making the same comparison. In my opinion, it's the added heft of a revolver that makes it more accurate and my Taurus model 44 ported 8.4" 44rm is easily the most accurate handgun I own. I had my friend's 95lb 18 year old daughter shooting it and she loved it, due the weight and balance of this gun. I also put the Hogue Monogrip on everything from my Ruger Single 6 to this Taurus and it is a huge improvement over the stock grips.
That being said, my Beretta PX4 Storm in 45acp is a strong second due to its' rotating barrel, making it very smooth to shoot.