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Old 02-21-2013, 03:10 AM   #1
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I'm thinking of looking into a few guns like the USP, Sig P250, P226. I already have a P22.

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Old 02-21-2013, 03:13 AM   #2
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I had a P226 years ago. It was a fine piece. I bought it solely for use at the range, as back then 9mm was way less expensive to shoot vs .45acp. I've heard many good things about the 250. I carry the P938 and love it. I have the P22 as well, and it is what my wife and daughters shoot everytime we go to the range.

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S&W modl 10 has been around for a lot of years. It must be trustworthy.
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Virtually all quality pistols, both semis and revolvers are trustworthy.

I especially love the SIG.
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the P250 is great if you dont mind the long DA trigger. But, its a VERY smooth DA trigger pull I have to say!
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The usp tactical in 45 is quite nice

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