Contrary to the opinion of some, the closed eye test is a good indication whether the gun fits your hand and physicality of your arm. I had a G33 for a long period of time as my EDC. I had to practice a lot to stay proficient with it especially with rapid target acquisition. I had the same issue with a Taurus 92 I had as an EDC. I was at a new (to me) local shop and got into a discussion with one of the guys on the firing line after finishing up. He told me of his experience, which was the same as mine. He was the one that told me about the closed eye test and suggested I shop for a comfortable gun with a natural point.
Fortunately the shops I attend have several rentals available and I followed his advise and handled/shot several pistols until I came up with one that fit me. I now carry the XD40 because of the natural point it has in MY hand. It is comfortable and when I draw it up, it is like pointing a finger. Very natural.
What fits my hand won't necessarily fit your hand. My advise, for what it is worth, would be find a couple of makes and models that 'fit' nicely, then decide from the list on the one(s) that function the best for you.
After all, the decision of what you EDC is yours and yours alone. It would be best, IMHO, that you are completely comfortable with it. Good luck with your decision. Let us know how it turns out.
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