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Old 12-04-2011, 07:40 AM   #1
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Default Sprindfild xd sub .40 or walter ppq .40?

Looking to buy a new hand gun just not to sure on what I want.
Thinking a Springfield xd .40 or a Walter .40?

What do you guys think or and other suggestions?

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Old 12-04-2011, 08:08 AM   #2
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Looking to buy a new hand gun just not to sure on what I want.
Thinking a Springfield xd .40 or a Walter .40?

What do you guys think or and other suggestions?
welcome to the forum! stop over in the introductions section and say hello to everyone.

now to your question and these are just my opinions and past experiances with them. several years ago, i owned a Walther P99QA in 40, and i really liked it's accuracy and the way it fit my hand, also i shot it pretty well. several months ago i wanted to get another 40 caliber to replace it because i traded it a while back, so i was looking for another P99 or a Glock full size in 40, well i ended up buying a SA XDm40 and as much as i liked the P99, the XDm40 to me is way better than the P99 or the Glock. i have never owned a Glock, but have shot several over the years, and they're not bad guns, and if i came across one at the right price i would buy it. i don't buy guns i'm not happy with or even keep them for long if they don't perform the way i want. whichever one feels better in your hand is the one to try, because they shoot the same ammo, so the one that feels better will be easier to control. these are just my suggestions and opinions.
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