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Old 09-20-2012, 09:36 PM   #21
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Maybe reconsider the lc9.....solid choice

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I bought a Beretta Nano last weekend. Put 200 rounds through it yesterday with only 1 FTE. Very happy so far.

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Are you looking for new or used? If you don't mind used I wouldn't rule out the g26. I personally love mine and I bought it from the original owner. Glocks really are one of the most durable handguns out there. Another option is the Walther PPS. Borrowed one a while ago for a couple days and I loved it.

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If you are looking at Glocks take a look at the Ruger SR9c. Very compact with the 10 round mag and a 17 for back up. I traded my G19 for one after shooting my wife's SR9c. The shield is very popular with leo's issued the M&P.

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If you choose the kel tec route your just as good with a p-11. If you lay a P-11 on top of a PF9 they are the same size. The .25" width in your pocket isn't enough to notice. The P-11 is a lot more robust than the PF9. There is no problem carrying a P-11 in my front pocket in cheap work jeans.

I have a Ruger P95 that I am really learning to love. The single action trigger pull is around 4Lb. By the time you get it broke in you will be able to have it cocked by the time you level it to aim. The DA trigger pull is difficult enough that I am comfortable carrying it with the decocker in the fire position. It comes with two 15 round magazines and you can get a 32 round for around $20. I carry it ITW and in a back brace.

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