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Old 02-13-2010, 08:57 PM   #11
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Out of your list, I'd go with the SIG (not the DAK version!) or the M&Pc. Whichever of those feels better to you.

I've been carrying a full size M&P and I'm ashamed to say that what I first considered a plastic abomination is starting to grow on me. It just works.

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My favorite 9mm is the Browning Hi Power, followed by the CZ 75B. If you want the Sig, go for it. It ultimately comes down to what you like.

FWIW, I had a Glock 19 and liked it a bunch. I just prefer steel pistols.
I knew I was forgetting a great 9mm pistol in the Browning Hi Power. I have not shot one yet but IT is on top of my purchase list. I have heard my dad talk about carrying one in Vietnam and he loved it. So I am and have been looking for a Browning new or good condition. Any one know where I can find one?
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Old 02-15-2010, 12:51 AM   #13
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I knew I was forgetting a great 9mm pistol in the Browning Hi Power. I have not shot one yet but IT is on top of my purchase list. I have heard my dad talk about carrying one in Vietnam and he loved it. So I am and have been looking for a Browning new or good condition. Any one know where I can find one?
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Since your looking at Plastic guns check out the Sig PS2022. All the SIG goodness at a $400+ price.

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Were selling more and more Kahr Arms for off-duty use in 9mm. Just anther one to add to the mix.

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Canebrake: A man after my own heart. To this old fart, the Hi-Power is the ultimate handgun. I've got several and wouldn't trade them for anything.

I also had a SIG P228. Really nice weapon. But it didn't fit me and I could never warm up to it. So I sold it. My other two current nines are a Kahr CW-9 and a Ruger SR9c.

But, the Hi-Power controls my heart in the relm of handguns.

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i'm Looking to add a 9mm to my collection, i have narrowed it down to 4 guns.

out of these for list your favorite from 1 to 4 most to least.


SIG P225
s&w SW99
s&w M&P Compact
Glock 19
Genitron.com: Comparing 3 Guns|19|P225|M&P Compact|
Genitron.com: Comparing 3 Guns|19|P225|SW99|
It depends on what you're looking to use it for.
I have a full size 9mm M&P and I love it. Its not too heavy to carry and it doesn't bulge like some others do.
I had a sig 229 and loved it but found that it was just too heavy for me. I would go with the compact if you're looking for a CCW. Let me know what your choice was!
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The one that FITS your hand is the one to get.

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If you like the P225 take a look at the P6. Same gun except the P6 is a German police turn in. I bought one a couple years ago. Very accurate and handles very well. Here is a link: SIG P6 (P225) 9mm caliber, semi auto Sig Sauer pistol. Very good condition

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Lot's to pick from in 9mm.

Sig Sauer / Beretta / Springfield Armory / Walther / S&W / I could go on and on.

I suggest to visit a gun store and look at a lot of them .

And handle them - they all feel differently.

Then go to a range that rents or borrow your friends guns and shoot them.

They all shoot differently.

Good luck on your search.

Looking for a new gun is lots of fun.

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