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Old 11-28-2012, 08:55 PM   #31
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Ruger lc9 , and rc9 are under 400$$
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Old 11-28-2012, 09:14 PM   #32
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http://www.slickguns.com/product/beretta-px4-storm-c-jxf9c21-9mm-4-barrel-17-rnds-34999-after-coupon-free-shipping
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Old 11-28-2012, 09:16 PM   #33
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The Ruger P95 fits yours specs perfectly!

I have a P95 9mm and it is AWESOME with flawless functioning at 1,000 rounds so far!

Have fun, good luck, and keep us posted here!
I also have the P95. Love the gun. I buy the cheapest ammo possible and it eats it like there's no tomorrow. Highly recommended. I picked mine up for $300 at the gun show. Holds 15+1.
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Geeez.. that's a steal for a modern gun!
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Geeez.. that's a steal for a modern gun!
If you can pick up the Beretta for this price jump all over it.
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:08 PM   #36
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-EAA Witness
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-Taurus PT809 (I actually have one and admit its a GREAT gun specially for the value) I just ran it through a 2k round challenge (2k rounds with no cleaning/lube) and it only had 3 malfunctions....2 of which were from the mag. Holds 17+1, ambi everything, and you can but it new for around $380
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Isn't the PT111 Millenium Pro the best Taurus Semi-Auto? It's only $335.00.
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Isn't the PT111 Millenium Pro the best Taurus Semi-Auto? It's only $335.00.
Ever shot one of those? Piece of junk in my opinion....

Snappy, poor accuracy and action, and VERY poor design of the mag release. Look up all the complaints people had about their fingers accidentally hitting the release while shooting.

PT809 is the way to fly if you are gonna go with a full sized accurate semi in 9mm
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Ever shot one of those? Piece of junk in my opinion....

Snappy, poor accuracy and action, and VERY poor design of the mag release. Look up all the complaints people had about their fingers accidentally hitting the release while shooting.

PT809 is the way to fly if you are gonna go with a full sized accurate semi in 9mm
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Get a good used SIG, Beretta or CZ.

Better a used top end weapon than a new lower end weapon.
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