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Old 07-10-2012, 05:52 AM   #121
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I've been lusting after a Sig 226 for awhile now, sweet looking guns. (Don't tell my Glock I said that.)
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I've been lusting after a Sig 226 for awhile now, sweet looking guns. (Don't tell my Glock I said that.)
Sig P226 is a gorgeous gun and the one I fire second best with! Cost can be kept down by getting one used, and Sig quality is so high a few thousand rounds through it is just breaking it in. :-)
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Old 07-10-2012, 11:27 AM   #123
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I just bought the S&W sigma 9mm(sw9ve) after already owning the .40 sigma and several friends
Owning the .40. It is an incredibly reliable gun. I've fired over 500 rounds without any issues. It seems bulky but it's not. Open carry I use a serpa and inside the pants just an uncle mikes. Great gun especially for the price.
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Old 07-10-2012, 03:29 PM   #124
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That's interesting cause I have a friend that just picked up a 5906 and it was broken the first time we took it out to the range. Now hes gotta wait 2 months for a replacement part to be ordered from S&W. And my P95 only failed to eject one time the day I got it. Since then it's been flawless. I guess theres just bad apples
I'm not bashing the Ruger,in fact I love Ruger,in fact id wear Ruger underwear if they made them,but my P95 seemed to be very loose,could almost rack it by snapping the gun backwards at high speed and it would fail to eject up to 50% of the time,I did take the extractor arm out and give it a slight tweak bend and that pretty much fixed it,but I would still get some form of malfunction every 50 rounds.I have had my S&W 915 for a year and a half and have a few hundred rounds through it and it has never had any type of malfunction,I love it.
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Old 07-10-2012, 06:33 PM   #125
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I'm not bashing the Ruger,in fact I love Ruger,in fact id wear Ruger underwear if they made them,but my P95 seemed to be very loose,could almost rack it by snapping the gun backwards at high speed and it would fail to eject up to 50% of the time,I did take the extractor arm out and give it a slight tweak bend and that pretty much fixed it,but I would still get some form of malfunction every 50 rounds.I have had my S&W 915 for a year and a half and have a few hundred rounds through it and it has never had any type of malfunction,I love it.
Oh I know haha. You just might've gotten a bad P95 or some bad springs? Mines not loose or anything like that. I've put probably close to 1000 rounds trough mine in the past 4 months since i got it and it's only ever FTE once. it's def not an issue with the model though. I'm sure if you got another it would perform. It's pretty difficult to find a bad review on it too.
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Ya I love my 92fs m9a1 for 600. What a flawless gun
Yes indeed. Got 4100 rounds thru one of mine in 2.5 years. Lots of rounds thru the others too...

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never shot a p95 but i have shot a glock 19 and a p89 and personally i like glock better simply because ive shot glocks my whole life. but i like the p89's trigger better all in what you personally like and fels good to you. thats just my 2 cents worth.
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I have a glock 19 gen 4 that I'm helping a friend sell. it's got 400-500 rounds thru it, night sights, extended slide release, and some trigger work (lighter pull). It comes with the case books, 3-15 round magazines and lock. Super clean...PM me for deets if you're interested.
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I love my P229, but it's not an inexpensive pistol. I got a sick deal on mine, $656...
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I have three 9's that fire every time.
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