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Old 06-30-2012, 04:22 AM   #1
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I'm looking at either the glock 19 or the ruger p95 . please any susgetions would be great. I'm looking to have a gun that will be reliable and fire every time the p95 keeps me coming back to it. but i know that the glock has a great track history. money is a big part in this but i don't want a cheap gun so i will wait if needed. this gun will be used as my everyday carry gun (ccw) i currently carry a bersa thunder .380 plus i love the gun but it has some ftf issues and i don't want to send it out with out having another gun to carry so why not upgrade. so what do you guys think glock or p95? or if anyone has a different opion on a good carry 9mm that will be reliable please let me know

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Old 06-30-2012, 04:25 AM   #2
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Ruger is alot better gun IMHO. Then again I hate Dlocks worse than I do stray cats. Cz is another great gun Co that's kinda inexpensive. So is keltec and s&w.

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I have a beretta 92fs got it used for 700 awsome reliable gun plus has a external hammer and a safety which I prefer

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S&W 5906
CZ75b

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Have a look at the CZ75 in all it`s variations.

http://www.cz-usa.com/products/by-category/handguns/

Very accurate, tons of tuning stuff and add ons can be purchased, high cap mag but still a slim design.
The CZ75 is very reliable und just plain fun to shoot.


For a slightly lighter version, there is a Polymer version out. I think the CZ75 SP 01 Phantom

http://www.cz-usa.com/products/view/cz-75-sp-01-phantom/

or a P-01, that is a compact version of the newer models.

http://www.cz-usa.com/products/view/cz-p01/

It`s always a matter of taste, but everybody I have talked to and read in forums about, that tried a CZ75 will generally never go away from it again.

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i have never heard of cz until now sorry am goggling now

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also im a big fan of a external hammer and a decocker and single/double action

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I have the Ruger SR9c and could not be happier. There isn't anything I would change with this gun. Easy to conceal, shoots very accurately, plenty of safety features. I've put approx. 600 rounds through it without any problem thus far!!

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Glock 19 or 17

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For CCW I'd say Glock 19 or 26.

If you really want a decocker with a hammer they will be heavier and bulkier. The 5906 was mentioned earlier and it's a great choice but heavy. Used ones can easily be found for $300 or a little more. The alloy frame 5903 is lighter.

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