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Old 09-19-2012, 08:14 PM   #11
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In the bay area of CA a CZ 75 is about $550. I think that is inexpensive considering the quality of weapon you get for that price. They are very accurate, built well and are a pleasure to shoot. They are much cheaper in comparison to a Beretta 92.

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Old 10-18-2012, 06:13 PM   #12
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Want a good working strong 9mm handgun for under 350$ and even maybe under 300$ any help?
Check out the BERSA line. I have their ThunderNine UltraCompact Pro in 9mm. Awesome firearm quality at a reasonable (under $400) price. It is my CCW firearm. I have about 1,000 rounds through it with flawless functioning!
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Be open to lightly-used firearms; i picked up my CZ-75b for $400 in such shape. Also, the Ruger P95 is a value-priced 9mm pistol.

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I seem a article about a Turkish pistol called a Canik 55 the other day, been digging and doing research on it and haven't read anything negative yet. $350 with a boatload of stuff.

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If you're patient and watch a few auctions you can find a P250 for around $350.

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Ruger P95. Love mine, shoot anything, accurate, easy to clean, looks cool!

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Stoeger cougar is available in9mm.

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Ruger P95. Love mine, shoot anything, accurate, easy to clean, looks cool!
My Bersa Thunder9 UltraCompact Pro in 9mm is awesome quality and affordable and is my CCW! 1,000 rounds so far and with flawless functioning!
13+1 capacity. Consistently gets five and four star reviews!

My Ruger P95 in 9mm is also awesome quality and affordable firearm but it is a full size gun and rather chunky! Better as a outside carry holster gun. Flawless functioning with about 800 thru it now! 15+1 capacity. Also gets five and four star reviews!
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Old 10-30-2012, 09:17 PM   #19
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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.
You can find CZ clones for under $400, which in my honest opinion shoots just as accurately being Tanfoglio copies.

I've just recently won a bid on GunBroker for a full sized polymer EAA Witness for just under $280 (minus shipping), and I think it shoots just as good, if not better, than several 9mm guns that are twice the price I paid.
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I am a Sig Sauer Addict. So I carry the P238 on most days. Small with enough hitting power to do the job. Keep it loaded with either Cor Bon's or Hornady Critical Defense. I have others in the Sig lineup but will not mention them at this time.

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