Hello All, (Adam) Weber here, my 1st post. I have been bitten by the autoloader bug recently, and am leaning heavily towards a Glock, specifically a G19. I do NOT have one as yet, because I want to be sure that is what I want. I know Glocks have a great reputation, which is always a good thing, I just want to be sure I will be happy with it. Before I buy one, however, I will probably run up to Duncan's in Wilkesboro and test-fire some. I have fired a few over the years, 9mm's, .40's, and .45's, and I was NOT impressed with the trigger pull, compared with my beloved S&W revolvers. I don't know if there is a 'technique' to it, or IS it a crappy trigger? Is there a technique to it, or will I have to get a better trigger, like the Wolf 3.5 lb one I just found a few minutes ago? The #1 question I have for you guys is this, how much should I expect to pay for a new Glock 19 down here? I could go to a dealer, but I much prefer to go to gun shows, specifically the C&E gunshows, which I am sure you all are familiar with. So, to summerize, what does this revolver guy got to do to shoot a Glock accurately and quickly(besides practicing, that is) and, what price range am I looking at for a new Glock 19 in this area? Thanks in advance for your serious responses (I want to hear from smarty-pants jokers as little as the next guy) Weber Wanna kill these ads? We can help!