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Old 09-17-2012, 01:57 AM   #1
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Want a good working strong 9mm handgun for under 350$ and even maybe under 300$ any help?

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Old 09-17-2012, 02:16 AM   #2
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Smith and Wesson sigma. Academy carries them for 299.00

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My dad has a sigma. He really likes it. If you don't like the stock trigger S&W will send the parts to eliminate drag for free. Call to make sure! My dad bought his pistol a year or more ago. If you just want a nightstand gun a Hi Point might meet your needs.

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Take a look at the Bersa, they are inexpensive, not cheap and perform well. The Thunder CC is hard to find extras for but the regular models are easier.

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I have a Ruger P95 that is really growing on me. I am a dyed in the wool revolver lover. I dunno if I will ever be comfortable with a 9mm peashooter for self defense but I sure wouldn't throw the P95 down and run. Paid $340 for the stainless slide model.

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I second the Ruger P95. That was my first handgun and will never get rid of it. It's a great gun for the price and an American made product.

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S&W5906

FEG High Power clone

Ruger P95

In 9mm, I carry a CZ75b

If I'm not carrying that, I'll be carrying my CZ82 in 9X18 which is an awesome gun for the money.

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also check out pawn shops and gun stores for used pistols. there are still some good deals on good used pistols if you look around.

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Check out armslist.com you can find some nice weapons for pretty good deals on there

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Lots of people mention CZ as a low cost weapon. I am a pretty good shopper. I seldom see a new CZ for under $400 unless it's a .32. Even the .32 cal models are over $350. I am not talking about CDNN that has all these great prices but never has the weapon in stock or the weapon is blemished.

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