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Old 04-24-2013, 05:06 AM   #31
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Hi Point c9 with Thomas Grips.

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Old 04-24-2013, 05:06 AM   #32
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I must agree with the P series as mentioned. I haven't shot a whole lot of 9's, but my P95 has been a great gun thus far. I have only had a couple jams during the break in period, but otherwise is a very smooth operator.
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Old 04-28-2013, 04:12 AM   #33
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New:
- SCCY CPX2
- S&W Sigma
- Hi Point C9

Used the list could go on forever. Good suggestions so far, the Ruger P95 is full size, not sure if that's what you're looking for or not. Depends on your purpose for the gun, home defense, personal carry, car gun, plinking fun...

If for carry I say stick with the SCCY, but that's just me. Stay away from the CPX1, it was problematic. If for anything else I say go big fer sher.
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Old 04-28-2013, 03:02 PM   #34
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You might want to look at the Ruger line. The are a bit over 350.00 but very nice guns. SR9c
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Id also recommend the ruger sr9c you can probably find a used one for 250 or 300 bucks.
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Had been swing many S&W 39 series autos for right around $350. Most look like police trade-ins. These are good solid guns for the money.
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Had been swing many S&W 39 series autos for right around $350. Most look like police trade-ins. These are good solid guns for the money.
Great guns, but I've found most are around 400, and that was before this insane price increase due to panic buyers. Picked up a 3913 for my pops for 400 about a year ago. Also dig the larger 59xx series.
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i got my stoeger cougar 40cal new for $350otd. should find used ones for less or the p95's are good guns as are the sccy cpx series.
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Star Model "B"

Or new Zastava "Tokarev" for ~ $325.
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The EAA Witness P Carry is an excellent option and can be had for about $325. It's an Italian built CZ75 P07 clone. It has a great feel and it's extremely reliable and accurate.
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