Sorry if this has been discussed at length before, but I couldn't find it.... A little background: I've been carrying a G19 for 10yrs now. The same one with a nicely worn slide from thousands of draw strokes and 10's of thousands of rounds through it. I shot my first IDPA match in June with that G19. Did well overall. Shot my second match in July and won the match! (with a lot of luck) Classified in July at Sharpshooter. Shot another match in August and did fairly well again. Then I decided to buy a G34 (Gamer)and really like the gun. I've always subscribed to the adage of "beware of the man with one gun", so I'm having some slight issues now. My question is this: Because I've shot the 19 as my ONLY gun for so long, when I switch back and forth it seems very awkward and takes quite a few draws to get my mind right on the 19 for carry again. Will that go away over time and the transition be easier??? I really enjoy the 34 and plan to start USPSA eventually, but with three kids in sports; my time and money aren't always my own! Can someone truly master two different guns and be the best they can be with BOTH of them? I started IDPA to better my carry skills, but really enjoy the competitive side of it as well.... Thanks! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!