Shooting the gun you want is the best idea. I have a Glock22c (.40) a Ruger SP101 in .357, and a S&W .40 Shield. Many don't like Glock triggers, but I can hit where I'm aiming with them. Long, double action pulls take getting used to, as well. I'm not too impressed with the trigger on my Shield. It seems to pull shots one direction or the other at distances I can hit with my other guns. I need more practice with it. Probably need a replacement trigger, which I've never done on any other gun.