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Old 09-05-2012, 11:55 PM   #1
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Default Beretta m9? Or glock 17 gen 4?

I hear both guns are extremely reliable and pretty similar in price can some one point me in the right direction here?
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Old 09-05-2012, 11:56 PM   #2
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I'd recommend trying them both out and then buying the glock. Lol
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Both are good reliable guns. Pick the one that you shoot best. The Beretta tends to be a bit more accurate.
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Beretta m9 deffenitly try them but I personally hate the ergonomics of a glock and the fact the they dont have a thumb safety
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COLT 1911 hands down!
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Old 09-06-2012, 06:07 PM   #6
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Thank guys, I already got a colt 1911 love it
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I own the glock and carry an m9 in the guard. Both are great.
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Neither. Look at the S&W M&P, the Ruger SR9 or the CZ75 if you want metal.
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Shoot them both and buy the one you like the best. I like glock better for a defence pistol. Nothing to switch on or off and a better trigger pull , first and all the rest. Did not care for the grip angle but rounds down range took care of that. Just note that the glock 19 has a grip thats a bit shorter but still a full grip and can use the large mags.
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And you also may want to look at the ruger sr9c I took the advice off of here and it is a great weapon and you can change the grip size with either a 17 round mag with grip extension or small 10 round mag I carry it with the 17 round
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