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Old 08-01-2012, 03:33 AM   #1
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Right now my favorite is a M&P 9mm love it but I seen a baby desert eagle that may have my name on it I'm shopping for a gun just trying to figure which one I want...
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Old 08-01-2012, 04:12 AM   #2
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Welcome. Those baby eagles are nice.
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Welcome to the forum. And both of those are great guns. If you want a practical fun gun or even carry gun then go smith and wesson m&p. If you want something fun and a lil flashy go with the baby eagle.
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As an owner of a Glock, I can tell you with confidence, buy the M&P

I love my Glock, but if I had it to do over again I would consider the M&P
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Thank you I'm leaning towards the M&P love the way it feels in my hands an its comfortable in my hands since I'm a chick my hands are small
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Buy whatever feels best in your hands. Whether it's the m&p or a sig buy what feels best.
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Thank you I'm leaning towards the M&P love the way it feels in my hands an its comfortable in my hands since I'm a chick my hands are small
That's the biggest thing i like about them too, you can change the backstrap for a perfect fit, that and the available manual safety.

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Welcome to the FTF!

IMO, it is better to have a firearm that fits you and you can safely handle with confidence.

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In my op I'd say the M&P has some of the best ergonomics out there. I don't have one YET but I can't hold one with out wonting to buy it.
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Welcome to FTF.

There are a lot of good

selections out there.

Rent, borrow, try, try, try, before you buy.

Many shooters at ranges will be willing to let you try theirs,

especially if you let them try what you are shooting.

For the same money as a baby, you could get a Beretta 92A1,

a CZ75, 9mm-1911-style, or a Browning Hi-power.

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