I would like to use objective reasoning to help separate the wheat from the chaff. What is needed is to identify the criteria for which to judge what is the best handgun. Once the criteria are set, then a handgun can be gauged by each one. The highest score should therefore be the best. In reality, this will solve nothing but to make for some good debate. Even the lowest scoring gun will have someone that thinks it is the greatest thing sense gun met powder. Someone asked me what the best all around gun was and the best I could do was say it depends.
I was thinking that the criteria should be rate on a 1 to 10 scale with 10 being the best. I can think of several, but probably have overlooked some.
Reliability - 10 being that it never fails to fire for any reason
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