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Old 01-19-2010, 07:37 PM   #1
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Default New Stoeger Cougar in 45 acp.

Cannot wait for the new Cougar in 45 to come out this year. It most likely will hit after the shot show, I hope this week. Told my dealer to let me know when it does. I had 2 of the old Beretta 45 cougar's neither one had a pic-rail.
If and when it does I will have one for sure. Be a great pack gun for sure to go along with my 9mm and 40 cougar.

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Old 01-21-2010, 08:42 PM   #2
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I have to admit the rotating barrel concept looks interesting. How accurate are the Cougars that you already have?

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Interesting....what are the two cougars you have now like? Price isn't bad if the weapon is solid.

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I had a Beretta Cougar 8045 and liked it fine. I think you'll be happy with yours, especially since you already like the platform.

Here's a link to the range report: http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f66/beretta-cougar-evaluation-range-report-15185/

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I have to admit the rotating barrel concept looks interesting. How accurate are the Cougars that you already have?
Let's put it this way you won't have a problem taking out your target at combat range and futher. I mean they aren't a target handgun but a defense piece. Hope that helped.
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Interesting....what are the two cougars you have now like? Price isn't bad if the weapon is solid.
I have the 9mm and the 40 S&W. Gonna get the 45 acp when my dealer gets them in. The Stoeger Cougar in 45 shows it has a pic -rail for a tac light My beretta 45 cougar I use to own didn't.
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I have the 9mm and the 40 S&W. Gonna get the 45 acp when my dealer gets them in. The Stoeger Cougar in 45 shows it has a pic -rail for a tac light My beretta 45 cougar I use to own didn't.
This pistol is very solid not junk by any means. I mean it is made on beretta machines. really is a great pistol.
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I had a Beretta Cougar 8045 and liked it fine. I think you'll be happy with yours, especially since you already like the platform.

Here's a link to the range report: http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f66/beretta-cougar-evaluation-range-report-15185/
you are a lucky man for sure to have a Beretta Cougar in 45 acp I salute you. I use to have 2 of those puppy's. Gave one to the producer I had in Nash, Tn back when I was cutting records, the other I sold or traded. That is a great pistol for sure. These stoeger are made on the same machines as the beretta's which is a good thing. Just cheaper mafg cost in Turkey and no union trade issues like in Italy. I have only ran 80 rounds through my 9mm cougar without a problem of any kind. Gonna shoot my new 40 when weather warms up a tad bit.
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Yup, same equipment, same pistol for less money sounds like a good deal to me.

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Yup, same equipment, same pistol for less money sounds like a good deal to me.
Hey CA357 like the quote from the A-Team" I Love it when a plan comes togeather."
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