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Old 06-30-2012, 07:28 AM   #11
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CZ P07 is a great pistol for around $400. Go to Academy and check one out.

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Old 06-30-2012, 07:46 AM   #12
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If im not carrying my Gp100, i cary my Glock 17. Its really easy to conseal for me. All i wear is dickies work shirts and my actual work shirts. Its not heavy compared to my Gp100 and its still full size and i can shoot just as good with it. And its really easy on recoil, so follow up shots are easy to make.

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Old 06-30-2012, 07:48 AM   #13
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Glock 19 my friend.

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Old 06-30-2012, 12:01 PM   #14
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I had never heard of a CZ 75 before I started asking around here. I was looking for a good, tough, reliable 9mm. I went to the LGS, explained what I wanted, they laid out the Glock, Sig P226, Taurus version of the Beretta 92fs and the CZ 75. After handling all of them, I left with the CZ, incidentally it is a decocker model (CZ 75BD). It feels really good in your hand, but I can see where it is not for everyone, its roughly 2.5 lbs.
So far I really like it, as a novice pistol shooter it is exactly what I needed. If you can find a CZ around, you should take a look at it.

The guys on this forum are great for helping out with this kind of thing, most won't let brand bias get in the way of pointing you to what you are looking for.

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If you love the Bersa get one in 9mm.

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I now carry this Kahr PM9. It's small, light, easy to conceal, and very dependable. Plus, it's pretty accurate for a "pocket pistol". I got it on GB for $599, which included the CT laser.

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Glock. Easy gun to use under stress. Not a lot to snag. Great customer service ( Ruger's is great as well). Mags are easyto find and affoardable.

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You can find the original XD subcompacts in the sub $400 range new. That's damned hard to beat, IMO.

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I think I may get the p95 going to test fit one today after work. How is the concealment of the p95 any thoughts on that I know everyone says that they are chuncky guns but they seem to be smaller than a glock so honesty how hard would it be to conceal? I wear belt holsters and Dickie shirts at work all day would it be that noticeable? I'm 6ft 165lbs. Any thoughts? Any people that have the p95 and carry it everyday? And I'd like to hear about any problems with the p95 from people that own it. I'm really leaning toward this pistol seems like a great all around pistol and for $330 that's less than I paid for my bersa .380

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Cz82 ain't 9X19
But a darn good gun. Its 9X18

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