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Old 09-13-2012, 02:47 AM   #11
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I am set in getting the Beretta PX4 storm sub-compact. It comes in 9mm or .40. It has some of the same features I like in my Beretta M96.

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I have had my Kel-Tec PF9 since February, have shot probably 500 rounds through it with no problems what-so-ever. Not a single failure to eject, dropped magazine, etc. Dead on at 7-10 yards, and decent up to 50 feet.

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Save for a little while longer and get the Glock 26.

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I carry the Shield daily and it's what I would endorse above all similarly priced guns.
I want a Shield.
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I had a Taurus Millennium but I wouldn't suggest that to anyone. My SIG P250 on the other hand is a great piece. Factory nights sights. Either a 12 round mag or a 15 round mag. Nice, light, straight shooter from a good company. PLUS, you can buy conversion kits for them and change the frame size and/or the caliber anytime you want. You can get the kits shipped right to your house without and FFL needed.

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I carry a sd9ve and most of the time i dont even know i have it

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New to the market so issue of 'bugs', if any, being known is still open, but I really like my wife's P938 Sig. Of course, I'm a fan of SA triggers & being able to carry cocked & locked, same as the 1911s I carry.

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XD Sub Compact 9MM. I have no issues concealing it and wearing it in any weather.

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I had a Taurus Millennium but I wouldn't suggest that to anyone. My SIG P250 on the other hand is a great piece. Factory nights sights. Either a 12 round mag or a 15 round mag. Nice, light, straight shooter from a good company. PLUS, you can buy conversion kits for them and change the frame size and/or the caliber anytime you want. You can get the kits shipped right to your house without and FFL needed.
I have a Taurus Millennium Pro PT111. I love it. I've put around 1000 rounds through it with no problems. Very reliable!
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I bought mine used and eventually broke the disassembly latch. No one had one, not even Taurus. I had to mill one myself. Mine was also quite old, I think it was produced in '93.

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