HK makes the best polymer guns.
Im sorry to not VOTE. I know its your poll.
I have to name SIG
My SiGPro 2022 in 9mm, 15+1 147gr HydraShoks is my favorite. I've tried all the others and none were to my liking for one or more reasons. This one fits and feels best in my hands. If it doesn't fit and feel comfortable, you won't be able to shoot it as well as if it did.
The Sig 2022 in 40 or 357 or 9mm
Out the nominees I voted for Walther, primarily because I'm buying a P99 as my next gun. It might not be my favorite, but for sure a great gun.
The only poly gun I own is a Browning Pro-40. It's the same gun as the FNP 40. Spot on shooter. And it looks like this
It's pretty hard to knock the Glock! Minimal number of parts, no tool take down, reliable as any thing can be, easy to operate, probably more broadly street tested than any other poly pistol.
I have fired all of the listed, and I would have to say I would go with... none of the above.
This is because I now have a CZ-75 SP01 Tactical in 9mm
This is mine:
This is a Phantom:
I would have to say I would go for the Phantom if I was going to buy a polymer pistol.
My reasons you ask?
-The 75 is a tack driver. Simply put.
-LOVE the trigger on mine. (Some people say they have issues, I have had none.)
-I really like the decocker setup. Makes it feel like I have a nice revolver with 18 shots
-I am pretty big, not like weight, but just overall frame, so size of a pistol doesn't bother me too much on the concealment part*.
-Feels amazing in my hands.
I know I may have gone astray with this, but I just really think the CZ's are quality firearms. Price was not too bad for my all steel SP01, under $700 new, and the Phantom is around the same price range, if not cheaper.
*Technically I cannot conceal and carry yet. Only 2 more years!
Fave plastico to date are my S&W M&P's.
Inexpensive, reliable with great ergonomics
Gott'a go with the Croatian Sensation!