Was at Cabela’s yesterday and was fondling guns and really thinking how I can afford a new gun right now. The 1st gun was a Colt full sized 45 acp, very nice and pricey. Next was a Glock, nice, very nice and price was fair but dam ugly gun – IMO After that was a Browning, sweet sweet gun but like the Colt just a little too pricey. Then the Rock Island and very nice and price was good but just didn’t feel as balanced as the others – may just be my hands though as these are very nice guns. Then I picked up the Springfield XD and in the full sized version it felt nice, fit my hand well, nice looking gun and price was good but wait. I picked up the XD compact 45acp and love at first feel.!!!! Man I like it. Fit was good, feel was great and weight and size were what I was looking for and as for price just a little less than the full sized version. Ok, here is my dilemma – I took a huge pay cut at the 1st of the year (auto industry) I can put it in layaway for 20% down and have 90 days to pay it off. I do that and I can’t afford any reloading supplies. Now I have 900 rounds of 9mm on the shelf, 300 rounds of 44 mag, 200 rounds of 44 spl and 200 rounds of 357 mag. 3 months is a long time to go without keeping up on loading supplies in the market we have right now and with a new pistol on the way you know I got to have some ammo to feed it once its mine. So what would you do??? Wait for the ammo / supplies bubble to burst first? Buy the gun and hope for the best? What??? I don’t want to buy a new gun to get to the end and have no ammo for any of my hungry lead chomping shooters!!! HK Boy just stopped by and slapped me and goes “it’s a want not a need right now” Dam I’m cornfuzed!!!