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Old 09-05-2012, 04:47 PM   #11
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I too am looking for a concealable 9mm in the same price range. I am considering the Beretta Nano, S&W Shield, Diamondback DB9, and Keltec PF9.

I am leaning towards the PF9 to save money and it seems to be pretty reliable.

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Use this website for your research: www.best9mm.com

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I just bought a Ruger SR9c and love it. It would be right at the top of that price range but it fits the bill. The c is for compact version and it is concealable. If you want a full size the SR9 is also available at the same price.

I have heard nothing but good stuff about them and so far I have 250 rounds through mine, Remington, Federal and Hornady ammo with no issues of any kind. Easy to clean too. I rented one at the local,range and liked it so much I had to have one.

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SR9 or a Stoeger Couger.

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Used Browning Hi Power.

If you over look this masterpiece of a firearm, sorry.

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I'll second that.

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Well look up this gun call caracal 9mm. Everyone I've seen on youtube love them. One report of 11,000 rounds in one week without cleaning no serious problems only a handful of FTF because of ammo.

If you dont like it then look at s&w sd9 or a fnp 9mm. I own a glock 17 and I'll be getting a new gun soon and I can almost tell you it will be a caracal 9mm. I get a serious vibe that those are really great designs

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Well look up this gun call caracal 9mm. Everyone I've seen on youtube love them. One report of 11,000 rounds in one week without cleaning no serious problems only a handful of FTF because of ammo.

If you dont like it then look at s&w sd9 or a fnp 9mm. I own a glock 17 and I'll be getting a new gun soon and I can almost tell you it will be a caracal 9mm. I get a serious vibe that those are really great designs
Oh btw the caracal is only $399 at centerfiresystems.com. Fullsize and compact models
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Sig Sauer SP2022, prefer this model to the 250, I just think its a better pistol.

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