I think it’s naive to think that people don’t buy guns based on looks.Pistols are not acquired for their looks. Sometimes price plays a role, (which it should never do), functionality and ease of use are critical. Thde comes the most difficult part, the users ability and training.
I’m sorry but there are so many guns manufacturers that offer reliability and function that people can choose a gun for looks and still get something useful. Also, the exertion that people who care about looks aren’t proficiency marksmen who train is shortsighted. Please stop project your vanilla outlook on the rest of us. No offense.I think it’s naive to think that people don’t buy guns based on looks.