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Old 01-08-2013, 12:52 AM   #1
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I am stuck on 3 new handguns. I'm looking for objective opinions on all 3 and advice on which to pick.
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Sig 2022 pro 40 cal
Barretta px4 Storm
S&W mp 40 or 9

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Old 01-08-2013, 01:32 AM   #2
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I am stuck on 3 new handguns. I'm looking for objective opinions on all 3 and advice on which to pick.
Options:
Sig 2022 pro 40 cal
Barretta px4 Storm
S&W mp 40 or 9
I have a m&p 40 and love it man. Its really accurate and easly to clean
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X2 Smith and Wesson m&p 40

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if you plan on suppressor use at some point skip the px4 its rotating barrel lockup pretty much prevents it from happening

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They are all great guns, the bottom line is which one fits your hand & you can shoot with confidence.

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Another for m&p.

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Thanks for the input. So my plan is to teach my wife to shoot this gun also. Any of them too much kick for a 6 foot woman. She is not frail by any means.

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Of the 3 you list I have the PX4 storm 9mm, inox. It's a shooter!
I get a lot of range time with it and I bought it as a backup to my 92fs. I shoot the 92fs just fine but my wife thinks it's to big. She really likes the PX4 and shoots it well. You can't go wrong with the gun. I have had zero problems with mine.

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I own a .40 and several 9mm . have you ever shot a .40 ? Very snappy recoil and without a firm grip " limp wristing" it will stove pipe and jam up , non issues with the 9mm and ammo for the 9mm is alot cheaper especially if your buying bulk and shooting alot.
But I say pick that one that fits your hand best , thats the one you will shoot best and have more confidence in

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More great info. I agree with just about all this far. I like some of the options with 9mm

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