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Old 11-05-2012, 06:06 PM   #21
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I looked at the shields for a lottle while problem is noone ever has them around where I live.
Yeah I have the same problem out here.

I actually just found out there is a simple 9mm conversion for my Subcompact XD .40. I'm gonna look into that. Much cheaper if its as easy as I'm hearing.
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I'm going to go with the majority and say that the BERSA 9 mm ultra-compact Pro would be an excellent choice. You can't beat the reliability and a very decent price.

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I'm going to go with the majority and say that the BERSA 9 mm ultra-compact Pro would be an excellent choice. You can't beat the reliability and a very decent price.
I have this Bersa and fired 1,000 rounds flawlessly and after that I cleaned it for the FIRST TIME just yesterday! What an awesome quality firearm and AFFORDABLE too!!
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From my experience with just 9mm I own are:
1) BHP
2) Sig Sauer P229
3) Beretta 92fs

Compact:
1) Kimber Solo
2) Colt Defender
3) H&K p2000 sk

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Bersa Thunder .380 --- Bersa BP9cc 9mm -- CZ 82 -- Ruger SR9c -- S&W MP9c -- Ruger SP101 .327 Mag -- Stoeger Cougar -- Walther PPK .32 -- Walther PPQ 9mm -- Beretta PX4 compact 9mm -- Look at all the guns you can both online and in a gunshop.

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I have had the Shield and the LC9 and both are good guns. The LC9 has had some issues so check the web for some reviews before you go that route. I settled with a Beretta Nano for a CCW. I also have a 92FS so yes, I am partial to Beretta.

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Don't know if you are looking at fullsize, compact or subcompact, but I have the following 9mm's and love them all:

Glock 17
Beretta 92fs
Beretta PX4 storm
CZ75 SP01 Tactical
Walther PPS

Lots of great choices out there. I would love to get a Shield, but they are scarce around here and I won't pay over msrp for anything...

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I don't think you can talk great 9's without considering the hi power. If I was made of money, I would have 1.... Or maybe 2

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JMOfartO:

I'm a big Ruger pistol fan, and between my wife and myself we have 3 LCP's and one LC9.. I really liked my LC9, UNTIL I shot a Kahr CM9.

The only downside for me with the LC9 was the awful trigger pull, and the trigger pull on the Kahr CM9 is light years better.

My LC9 is for sale now (locally) and when it goes I will probably buy a 2nd CM9, it's that good.

Just personal opinion, no offense to dedicated Ruger fans.

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LC9 is a good gun, I don't care for the trigger though and will be looking for a Shield soon to try

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