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Old 04-10-2012, 04:58 PM   #101
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Great idea. I see a lot of different models at the range. People

let me try theirs, I let them try mine.

Rent, rent, rent before you buy, and worry more about what

you shoot well and like, than what the net dribblers and

LGS "experts" have to say.

The best handgun for me is a 92 or 1911A1. The best

handgun for my neighbor across the street is a Glock 19.

The best handgun for my next door neighbor is a

S&W 38 Special Snub-nose. What do they all have in common?

They all feel right and shoot well, to each his own...
All very true its not allways one fits all, however i do love that beretta line up and 90-two to be certain. However its expensive, is known to break, parts cannot be had easily :/ but i grip it sooo damn good and they shoot good... Damn... So i went XDm
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Old 04-10-2012, 10:20 PM   #102
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My preference is the MP443 Grach, the Colt 1911 is close second.

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Old 04-11-2012, 03:37 PM   #103
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My preference is the MP443 Grach, the Colt 1911 is close second.

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Have you tried the 92A1(M9A1)?

How do you feel they compare to the MP443?

I Like the old S&W 645 because it's got the

SA/DA trigger, with the de-cocker safety, like the 92FS, in 45 ACP caliber.
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It's comfortable but it's been a little while since I've last handled a Beretta.

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My 1911's are my sentimental favorites, but I sure do like the out of the box dependability and accuracy of my M&P's.
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hi points are cheap hand guns that work well thir 40 cal is as good at the rang as my smith m/p and my springfield xdm
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I would like to think he was being sarcastic...
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hahaha you left off RG and FIE
Thanks, that about covers the low end. I've seen two Jennings at a local gunsmiths shop that had the nose of the slides broken off. Years ago I owned an RG DA .44 mag what a POS. I happen to love 1911's would have gotten one but for the ammo shortage when the only thing available when I needed a handgun was 40 S&W. It's been called Short & Weak but from my experience it's not, it's right up there with the 45 ACP. In 1911's, Kimber, Para Ord., Springfield, Remington, Ruger, Rock Island, Colt and others. Other than my Stoeger Cougar 40 the next most accurate semi-auto pistol that I have shot was a Colt 1911-A1 and it was well worn. I'm not counting a Ruger MK I I had years ago that I could do neck shots on quail with, sorry I ever sold that one, but as usual one does dumb things when being broke.
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I'll never sell MK II.

It's the only 50 yard + pistol I've got.

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I'll never sell MK II.

It's the only 50 yard + pistol I've got.
I agree but I have the mk III
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I agree but I have the mk III
I was looking for a MK III when I got the MKII, clean, SS, Cocobolo grips,

nice aftermarket scope, case, at a price I couldn't beat.

Otherwise, I would also have a MKIII.

At times, I consider trying to adjust the scope out to

100 yards, to attempt MOA.
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