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Old 11-13-2008, 11:57 AM   #31
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ANYTHING that Browning makes is SUPREME STUFF, period.

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woaw...thanks for pointing out that one.

after your reply,i watched and asked on some other website i go sometimes...really,in the 9mm class the hi-power mark lll as well as standard seems to be THE best 9 available....and the cool thing about it,is that it comes standard with 10 rounds mags wich is mandatory in canada...that mean no mods wich is cool. as this one is for my wife, i think it is the best pick for her.
My minor objection to the mark III is that if your hand happens to fit the shaped grip, then its fine. If it doesn't, it feels funny. The standard always feels good.
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My minor objection to the mark III is that if your hand happens to fit the shaped grip, then its fine. If it doesn't, it feels funny. The standard always feels good.

mmhaha! i went to the gunsmith who have the standard version hi-power 9 used for 250$. my girl got a hand on it....it fit her hands as a glove...guess what?? done deal!! she's going to shoot a browning hi-power 9mm....i'm very proud of her, she's a bit scared by the whole deal and discipline required to handle the ''thing''properly, but we're well surrounded with mid-experienced shooters, so i'm confident she's going to be good and hope she will love the sport as i love it myself.

the gunsmith is going trough some adjustment, make a carefull turnaround of the machine, then we will pick it up somewhere trough next week. i'll post pics of my new G22 and the browning bad boy as soon as i'll get'em togheter.

thanks everyone for your precious knowledge in that matter, priceless and very time saver to me. thanks.
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i love my tanfaglio italion 1911 knock off its heavy big framed i sold my ruger 9mm because it didnt feel right when i shot it and couldnt hit anything but im dead on with my 45 only bad thing is the price of .45 ammo i am also looking to get a .40 or .44 mag revolver go big or go home lol

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I do like the Glock 22 and the 27 I carry for concealed carry in 40Cal.
Although I am waiting to see how the new Glocks do since Gaston Glock sold the company a year or so ago. And would not let them use the same frame material as well as the original barrel finish process. So the new generation Glocks are here. As far as the 45 Cal. I have several likes! Sig 220, 1911 Rock Rivers and Springfield XDs. Never have shot a Glock 45.
Any of the ones previously mentioned in this thread is good. But I also agree as the others that you should go try all of them and see which one fits the best.

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i love my tanfaglio italion 1911 knock off its heavy big framed i sold my ruger 9mm because it didnt feel right when i shot it and couldnt hit anything but im dead on with my 45 only bad thing is the price of .45 ammo i am also looking to get a .40 or .44 mag revolver go big or go home lol
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i love my tanfaglio italion 1911 knock off its heavy big framed i sold my ruger 9mm because it didnt feel right when i shot it and couldnt hit anything but im dead on with my 45 only bad thing is the price of .45 ammo i am also looking to get a .40 or .44 mag revolver go big or go home lol
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Default here's one that get's overlooked

check out the FN-FNX. My FNX-9 shoots like a dream. Accurate and extremly reliable. The 17 round mags are nice too.

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I know this is an old thread but I'm going to give my two pennies anyways.
Just about any handgun out there is capable of shooting better than any average shooter can....I would focus more on reliability

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