As the title says, I've found myself in a predicament. So until now my handguns have consisted of concealed carry pieces, subcompact to micro sized which I would train with about once a month to keep fresh. Well, I've acquired some larger handguns on the cheap which is where the problem lies. The first is a beautiful used Beretta 92 I picked up for $400. Took her to the range today and here were my first 20 rounds at 7 yards Then here was the rest of the box at 20 yards. This beauty is so easy and fun to shoot. Amazingly accurate even with my limited abilities. Next up is a very rough looking beat up Sar b6p I bought for $150. The slide finish has definitely seen better days but the internals are very good and just needed a good cleaning and TLC. I'm very impressed with this gun, though rough to look at, the DA is decent and the SA might even be better than the 92. Here were the first 20 shots at 7 yards. Then here is the rest of the box at 20 yards. Both are really good shooters with the Beretta having slightly less recoil than the Sar. The problem I have now is these are such nice shooters I don't have enough ammo, time, nor money to feed the monster I may have inadvertently awoken by getting these 2 guns. I just got home from the range and already wish I could go back . They say admitting is the first step or is that acceptance? Either way I think I'm in trouble lol.