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Old 11-01-2009, 04:04 AM   #11
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Hi Crackshot, Don't know how Tex's CW shoots but My PM9 is as accurate as my FNP9 up to 7 yards (standard ccw distance) and My FNP9 is the most accurate 9mm I've shot including my friends Ruger 95, Glock and Taurus.
I don't own a FNP9 but do own a FNP40 and also own a Ruger P94 in 40 S&W. The Ruger is a better shot by a bit. I carry ther FNP due to weight but carry the M&P 45 more often.
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I don't own a FNP9 but do own a FNP40 and also own a Ruger P94 in 40 S&W. The Ruger is a better shot by a bit. I carry ther FNP due to weight but carry the M&P 45 more often.
FNP9 is a bit more accurate than the .40
Also different shooters shoot differently
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Thanks everyone for the responses. My friend from work asked me why I was getting a subcompact. When I said the 9mm seemed a little bulky, he said, "You don't want a handgun that's comfortable, you want one that's comforting".

Lots of wisdom there. I think I'll stick with my 9mm, for now.

Though I must admit, I'm addicted, and have subscribed to lots of handgun catalogs.

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I recently bought a Ruger SR9 for my CC, and so far it's been a great gun. It the slimmest full size for CC or so I'm told. I've put 500 rounds through it and haven't had problem 1.

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I agree with a good belt and a good holster. In winter clothing I can hide a 4" XD45 without problem. I had an XD sub compact that was easier to hide but I can make either disappear. You might have to work a little harder to do it but you can.

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