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Old 05-31-2012, 04:29 PM   #11
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Smith & Wesson M&P line, without a doubt.
Yeah, those really took the polymer world by storm. My only gripe with those are the trigger, but in the muzzle flip department they are one of the best. I think the main reasons for it are because of the amazingly ergonomic grip, and low bore axis.
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For me, the most controllable is a tie between the SIG P226 (US M-11) and the Beretta. (US M-9)

I really like the Browning as well, but it's only offered in single action.

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Your right, this is a subjective inquiry based on perceptions and the answer resides in each individual shooter. That been said, what is your answer? Which 9mm do you find easiest to control?
I think when I stated in my last post

"the 92s also seem more controllable" , yep. That's

my FINAL ANSWER, Regis.
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I'd be willing to bet that an EAA Witness (Steel, large frame) in 9 mm would be quite the softy. It's pretty mild in .45 Also full sized steel 1911s in 9 mm are pretty mild..
Polymer? Not sure, but I would imagine that the XDm 5.25 would be a contender.

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Without a doubt the CZ 75 SP-01 is the lightest recoiling 9mm. 19 rounds very fast and controlled....and there is no grip like it on any other pistol

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Big fan of the Steyr m9. controlable recoil. More straight back than muzzle flip. I also have a high power clone, Arcus 98DA. Tack driver, crazy tight groups. The most accurate 9mm ever has to be the H&K P7 psp. It was our duty weapon for 3 years. Can't beat a fixed barrel handgun for accuracy. It was gas operated and the spring was huge, it wrapped around the barrel, hence absorbing and controling a lot of the recoil.

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I'd be willing to bet that an EAA Witness (Steel, large frame) in 9 mm would be quite the softy. It's pretty mild in .45 Also full sized
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steel 1911s in 9 mm are pretty mild..
Polymer? Not sure, but I would imagine that the XDm 5.25 would be a contender.
Have vote for the 1911-
My steel full sized 1911 9er is about the mildest 9mm i've ever fired

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Not having shot every 9mm out There I can only go with experience. My well worn Sig 226 was a very soft shooter.

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cz75 is the most pleasent 9mm ive ever shot.

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CZ P07 is pretty sweet 9mm too. Very affordable as well.

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