My view is, that a handgun ought to be "handy" so that you'll have it around when you need it, not so clumsy that it needs a little red wagon to haul it.
That is just me, of course. From what I can gather, they DO shoot pretty well, especially for their price point, but you can get the same gun with a shorter barrel for a lot less awkwardness. I have FOUR rifles here that have 16.5" barrels, AND have buttstocks to steady against your shoulder, which makes them easier to shoot well.
If the novelty of it doesn't wear off pretty quick, it might be fun to ruin a squirrel's day with it, though. It's your money, spend it as you wish. As for me, I think I'd get something more "conventional", there's a reason those are more popular than the ultra-long pipes.
I have a few novelty fun/guns.When I die,I doubt the kids will argue who gets the glock,lcp,or AR.
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