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Old 12-23-2011, 12:42 PM   #21
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Sounds like you made your mind up before you started this thread, That's fine, but don't buy a gun solely on rather its ugly or not.. I buy my weapons based on dependability, feel, and cost first. The new Glocks have changed their brick like grip to fit better for more people. And the old theory that I want a 9mm because the ammo is cheaper..BS, all about the same (target Ammo). don't limit yourself on cal. either. That said I don't get to carry my (first) Glock-23 anymore, My Wife loves it, shoots it very well, and fits her.. I even bought her a Sig. P-232, in .380 and she told me to carry it..lol..I ended up buying myself a Sig. 1911, ultra compact, .45.. Just make sure you try and find the best gun for you..Good Luck.

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I agree. But everyone judges and mines based on some experience. I have shot a few Glocks and just wasn't please. Their controls are hard to reach for my hands. Needless to say I have narrowed it down to the fn fnx/fnp, m&p9 and Walther ppq. Anyone know why besides the accessory rail the fnx differs from the fnx? Heard the fnx has some issues regarding the mag.
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Absolutely totaly 100% disagree with the "1st gun" part
No harm in disagreeing and there is no harm in being 100% wrong.
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Check out the Bersas. Their 9mm pistols are getting the rep of being their best. Break-in consists of cleaning it, oiling it & loading it.
They make the Ultra Compact with 13+1 capacity & full size, known as the High Capcity (HC) at 17+1.
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FNX vs FNP. Unless I'm mistaken its the beefed up safety / decocker, larger magazine release, which solved the magazine drop problem and different grip design. As I said before, you can't go wrong with the FNX.
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