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Old 04-15-2013, 01:39 AM   #11
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Yea..what he said, im sure this has been covered a billion times on here. But with the 9mm+p defense loads that are available now, and 17rounds, you should be able to "put an opponent down" ,. Not to mention target retention, cheaper = more practice, bla,bla, bla. But hey...if you want a .45, get a .45, once the addiction fully sets in, you will end up with 10 guns of each caliber anyhow....
I agree 100%
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Sounds like you are looking for a double stack .45. I would look at the following
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Bersa Thunder 45pro (something like that, ultra carry or Cc pro, or... who knows, too many words in the name.)
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Two words for you my friend... Sturm Ruger
http://www.ruger.com/index.html

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Gotta love the M&P 9mm. Comfort, good trigger, easy to strip and clean, American made.

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Fnx or fnp 45 great quality affordable and made in good ole America!

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Go wrap your fingers around a few and pick the one that feels best to you. Today you can buy a great pistol or a turd from any company and you have to figure out how good yours is shooting a few hundred rounds threw it. Accuracy in a defence pistol is going to be about the same with any of them too. It going to be much more about how well you shoot the pistol you buy not the accuracy its capible of. About anything out there can shoot 3" 25 yard groups but not many shooters can just standing up and shooting away and match what the firearm is capible of.

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Two words for you my friend... Sturm Ruger
http://www.ruger.com/index.html
I bet you wrote Heckler and Koch , and your auto correct replaced it with Sturm Ruger. No worries, My friend once wrote that he was stopping to pick up pencils at the store for his daughter. His auto correct replaced pencils with penises. I still tease him about it.
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I bet you wrote Heckler and Koch , and your auto correct replaced it with Sturm Ruger. No worries, My friend once wrote that he was stopping to pick up pencils at the store for his daughter. His auto correct replaced pencils with penises. I still tease him about it.
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Well in .45 ACP gotta go with a 1911 or an FNP45 or a Baby Eagle in .45...............I own a 1911 but really thinking about the latter 2 since i have seen and held some.

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Bersa Thunder 45pro (something like that, ultra carry or Cc pro, or... who knows, too many words in the name.)
It's called a "Bersa Thurnder 45 Ulta Compact Pro" and yes I would recommend it or a XDs both are "Sweet".

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