I love this Beretta 92FS Inox, but I don't want to impulse buy. https://arms-tek.com/beretta-92-inox-307-ii.html In order to make this work, I would sell my 3rd Gen Glock 22, which is my only Glock, that I bought new in December of 2006. I've got probably less than 5,000 rounds through it, and I baby it so it is in excellent shape. I would be selling 3 .40 cal mags and 2 9mm mags with it, as well as a Lone Wolf ported barrel and a KKM 9mm conversion barrel. Included would be 3 boxes of .40 ammo, as well as a box of 180gr. Winchester Ranger T-series that is my primary defense ammo. Also included would be a leather Tagua holster as well as a Level II Safariland Raptor 6270 duty holster. The gun has the standard plastic sights that came with the gun. I'm thinking $600 for the lot, then take it down and add whatever is in my wallet to the purchase. If I absolutely have to, I can include a Marlin M60 .22 LR or Winchester 12 ga 1200. I would sell the Glock privately, not through a dealer. I don't want to impulse buy though, and I love my Glock. I impulse-bought a Ruger P89 years ago, and I grew to hate it. I can already see myself having buyers remorse....but that Beretta is a thing of beauty, and I kind of feel like I've gotten tired of the Glock. I kind of want something made from steel. I'm also not terribly fond of DA/SA guns, and guns with safeties (unless that safety is on a 1911). Speaking of 1911, I could forego the Beretta and get a Ruger SR1911, perhaps....? Talk me out of it, or tell me to do it. I'm open to thoughts. Thanks!