Glad to be here. I've been a hunter all my life, but I've only recently understood the true meaning of the 2nd ammendment.
I think I was in the longest-waiting group on record (since they now have more people to shorten the time). I submitted in early June and received it almost four months later.
I've maxed out my purchasing for the next few years on two purchases since getting my license
Springfield XD9 4" - I love this gun. We were hitting tiny shale rocks with it on the hill behind the range targets a few weeks ago. I didn't count the yards, but it is a really accurate, comfortable gun. Excellent safety features. Combined with a Blackhawk holster, it's awesome.
Rohrbaugh R9 - This is my new concealed pup (and the obvious reason I can't buy more guns for a while). I shot it for the first time last week. It is well-built and doesn't hurt as bad as I thought it would. I shot about 15 shots before my hand started to hurt. As has been posted elsewhere, it's a "carry often" and "shoot little" gun. It's really accurate for a 2.9" barrel. It has a very long trigger pull compared with the XD9. Very few safety features compared with the XD9. Overall, I like it because it is so small. Please don't flame me for it -- I know it is high priced compared with the excellent little Kahrs or other options. I did a lot of research and settled on it.