I always consider price last in most any purchase, especially guns. That pistol will outlive you. Whatever the cost is today, amortize it over the next 10-20-30 years or the rest of your life and it ends up costing a few cents per month. The difference in 50c vs 100c per month for a pistol that costs half/twice as much is negligible in the long run. No matter what the cost, if you do indeed shoot the thing, you'll spend more on ammo than you spend on the gun.
Get the widget you want/like best. Only when you've decided the actual widget you want, THEN consider the cost at this vendor vs that vendor for the SAME item.
Sgt Lumpy - n0eq