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View Poll Results: First gun, edc carry
Glock 17 4th gen 14 31.11%
Sig Sauer SP2022 9mm 7 15.56%
H&K P30 9mm 7 15.56%
H&K USP Tactical .45 Auto 17 37.78%
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Old 10-17-2010, 11:25 PM   #11
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I can tell that, the scales are between the G17 (3rd/4th gen) or the SigPro. Cant decide yet
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Old 11-26-2010, 02:20 PM   #12
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I got a HK USP 9MM BLACK SLIDE and im so ****in excited

I will Jizz in my pants

I held all the weapons, the glock, the sig and the p30. The p30 is way too small. The sig's slide feels slippery, dont like that, and i dont like the handles. The glock is 1 step under the hk usp IMHO. Im talkin about quality. My second gun can be the glock.

USP, i will tell you 1 thing, dont hesitate. Great gun
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Go Glock 9 mm. Good medium sized caliber. Ammo is plentiful and easily available. Good gun too. I own 3 Glocks right now. 2 Glock 17s and 1 Glock 22-C in .40 S&W. Be careful... Glocks are like potato chips. You can't own just one of them...
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To try and differentiate the "best" between H&K, Sig, and Glock is a worthless endeavor. They are all very well made guns which will do the job equally well. Go with the one that feels best to you.

If this is your first gun, I'd lean towards the 9 rather than the .45 (unless you have a specific need for a big bullet like backwoods gun). 9mm ammo is the least expensive of all the "major" calibers which means more shooting.

But once you starting shooting, you'll buy a .22lr very shortly anyway so you can shoot all day and into the night without breaking the bank.
Couldn't agree more!

I own one of the pistols listed but won't cast a vote because these polls end up being more of a popularity contest rather than any kind of objective assessment.

Not to mention all the ones listed (and many that are not) need not prove anything to anyone as they are all highly respected and capable firearms.
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Old 11-27-2010, 01:43 PM   #15
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If it was me buying and these where my choices I"d lean to the Sig. THey just seem to fit better for me. But there are many not on the list that you might want to look at as well.
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None are my top choice but this being your list the Sig.
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I got a HK USP 9x19 !!!
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As suggested, start with the gun that feels the best to you, in a caliber you can afford to shoot. Can't go wrong with a 9mm for ammo affordability. But you will buy another gun before you know it....and another.....and another..... I've got a Walther P99 which I like....but the S&W M&P in 9 is great to shoot as well. Good luck.
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The H&K USP Tactical .45 shouldn't be in the list, or if it is, perhaps the rest should not since the most major consideration when you are buying a gun is caliber and throwing in a .45 ACP into a mix of 9mm is a bit out of scope.

You may want to decide on your preferred caliber before listing a choice of top notch pistols. Just a suggestion.
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