Basically what I am asking is that if you were to have to go to war, be in an environment like Iraq (sandy, hot, windy), or Vietnam (muggy, wet/tropical, humid, muddy) would you trust your life with a P2000? I have a G19 for a carry pistol and I absolutely love this gun. It's bullet proof and I would/will trust it always! Unfortunately for my G19 I had the pleasure of shooting a P2000 V3 the other day at the range with some ball ammo "American eagle" and it was an absolute pleasure to shoot. It was literally unlike any pistol I have ever shot! The grips were "perfect", and my groups were better. It is definitely (in my hands) a more accurate gun. It has softer recoil, my follow ups grouped better, and it just felt better in my hand. I am seriously considering getting one for carry. After all why not if you shoot it better right? This is my dilemma. I won't get rid of my G19, but I know I shoot the P2000 better. I have already made up my mind but I need support from people who know more than myself. Help me out please. Also with training would one be able to land more on target with a Glock. I've read up on their low bore axis and this is interesting. I know that supposedly Glock's get back o track better than USP's (in capable hands), how about the construction/dynamics of the P2000???