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Old 07-06-2012, 05:22 AM   #1
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Cz75b vs walther ppq vs Sig p226?
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Old 07-06-2012, 04:18 PM   #2
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I just got a S&W sd9ve. I'm just waiting to shot it. I'm hopping tomorrow
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SIG P226. Probably one of the two best service handguns ever made.
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I'd probably go with the CZ75b over the SIG only because of the price. An extra couple hundred dollars buys a lot of 9mm rounds. Also the CZ is top rate.
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My p229 is my favorite pistol chambered in 9mm almost 1000 rounds and not a single malfunction.
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I haven't had any malfunctions in my CZ75b, but i did buy it used/pre-tested. I do plan to have some trigger work done to reduce the takeup, but the grip is very ergonomical feeling.
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My p229 is my favorite pistol chambered in 9mm almost 1000 rounds and not a single malfunction.
I would loveeeee a sig P229 scorpion in 9mm. Gets me a little more excited then it really should haha
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Where is the Hi Power option?
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Where is the Hi Power option?
I will have to take a look at one when I go to cabelas tommorrow.
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Glock 19, one of the top ten handguns ever made.
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