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Which is the best handgun maker?


View Poll Results: Best Handgun Maker
HK 5 29.41%
Glock 6 35.29%
Springfield 3 17.65%
Smith & Wesson 2 11.76%
Colt 3 17.65%
Sig 2 11.76%
Taurus 1 5.88%
CZ 5 29.41%
Beretta 1 5.88%
Ruger 1 5.88%
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Old 05-14-2008, 12:00 AM   #21
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I'm with Robocop10mm. What one person likes, may not work for someone else. I like Taurus. I've always had good luck with them. And I find their workmanship to be at least equal to S&W, Colt, and the rest.

Yes, I know. Some of you will disagree. That's ok. It just means more for me.
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Old 05-31-2008, 10:53 PM   #22
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+1 for Glock. Their price point is right on, and their mags are easily obtained. You can find a Glock to fit any hand. The glocks are near perfect simplicity. Glock gets my vote offering a complete package that you don't have to jump through hoops, (or use aftermarket parts) to get.
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Old 05-31-2008, 11:08 PM   #23
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Never thought I'd hear myself say this; but, in today's world and with all things considered, ...... Glock for a semiautomatic, and Ruger for a revolver!

(And this from a guy with a nice collection of old S&W revolvers!)
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Old 06-04-2008, 07:24 PM   #24
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Back when Browning was real gun maker I liked what they put out, especially in the Highpower. Then they became a import company and that is when I got my first taste of the SIG as a Browning BDA in 45 ACP. I have had hit and miss luck with all on the list but S&W and Kimber were the best in support for my problems.

Best gun maker?? Depends on the day/month/year/moon phase, and the manufacturer's workers home life that day then gun was made. Too many variables for me to make that call.
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Old 06-04-2008, 08:19 PM   #25
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I agree with some of the posts here it dependes where, when, and what the circumstances are. I have to say that a number of years ago, and I have made reference to this before on another thread I carried a 7.65mm Walther PP, it was during a very dangerous deployment and it was the pistol that was issued at that time and I have to say that I felt quite happy with it.....another favourite of mine is the M38H (early model) hammerless and decocking lever, superb pocket rocket, and I much prefer the 7.65mm to the 9mmK.....

Just my opinion based on experience, but I never really felt 'undergunned' (hate the expression) or at any disadvantage with the Walther PP, it's a good compremise as with all defensive weapons, and have one to this day. I had a 7.65mm PPK/S at one time and although I liked it I could see no advantage over the PP model.....
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I like my Bersa better than any of my pistols
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Old 06-07-2008, 06:02 PM   #27
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scince it ranks top in the rating groub iot the best.
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Old 06-07-2008, 06:06 PM   #28
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i have not relly used that type of gun before.the one use is the nigeria made but not all that sufficient. but i think that glock is the best
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the name of the gus i used is called by a native name (orka). it uses cartridge, and it just one pipe. whwn you shoot you leave to cool.
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Glock for sure..been around the block a few times and i think they got it down to an art for realiability, accuracy, and bang for the buck. plus parts everywhere and have many choices of caliber and sizes. field stripping and maintenance is a breeze..great product hands down
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