Anyone have a recommendation on a good 40 cal. I have managed to acquire several thousand casings, and I am toying with the idea of picking up a new pistol. I am not really interested in a 1911 in that caliber. Some might disagree, but I think a 1911 "needs" a longer cartridge to feed correctly. I know they work in most cases, but I know of a few that are absolutely horrible. One in particular has been back to Springfield Armory several times, and still has trouble every time it is fired. I am more interested in a pistol designed and built around the cartridge. Ideally, a DA/SA. Really considering the Sig2022, but only know what I have seen in reviews. Before anyone suggests it, I am sort of ruling out the Glocks right now. Nothing against them, just can't get into them. Any others out there worth considering, Springfield, S&W, etc. I would even consider a revolver, but the 610 is really too big. No reason to go to an N frame for 40 cal. If I went with an N frame, might as well go with 44 Mag.