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Old 11-24-2012, 11:29 PM   #1
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$400 budget.
Required features:
-Full size semi auto
-Lefty or ambi mag release
-15+1 minimum capacity
-single/dbl action (hammer)

Ohh and 9mm only

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Old 11-24-2012, 11:30 PM   #2
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Sounds like a Taurus or maybe a tangfolio.


As far as brands that is.

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Only gun I can find so far.
This thing is loaded with features. Anyone have experience with the Ruger P series? I see the .45 p series is like $600

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Sounds like a Taurus or maybe a tangfolio.

As far as brands that is.
I will look up tangfolio. Never heard of it.
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Old 11-25-2012, 12:18 AM   #5
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Just found two options on cheaper than dirt.
The Taurus PT809
9mm, 17+1, single/double action, accessory rail, ambi controls, 4" barrel, 30 oz.

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Also the century arms arcus
9mm, 15+1, single/dbl action, 4.66" barrel, 33.5 oz.
Apparently this is the gun the new Iraqi police we paid for uses.

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Never heard of the one mentioned last. Looks nice.

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Never heard of the one mentioned last. Looks nice.
I really like the looks of it too. But no acc rail, 6 oz heavier than p90, I like the longer barrel
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That tang doesn't look comfortable.

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That tang doesn't look comfortable.
Agreed. I also thought that.
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Stoeger Cougar. My dealer has had them right at $400.

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