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Old 08-17-2014, 06:02 PM   #41
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I paid $538 for my M&P 40 after tax and transfer.
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I have it narrowed down to the bersa pro 9 and walther PPQ. Obviously their is a price difference but is the walther worth the extra money?
The Walther PPQ is what I would choose. It is being hailed by many as the standard by which striker fired pistols are now judged. While I haven't put my hands on it yet (I can't find one in stock), I have seen many reviews from trusted sources. Everyone who spends any time with it loves it. And the trigger is supposed to be phenomenal.
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I have a PPQ M2, and it has been perfect. It is also the most comfortable double stack design I have held. The only downside side is it the magazines are mot cheap. 😥


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I paid $538 for my M&P 40 after tax and transfer.
The MSRP is always inflated. I have been comparing prices on gunwatcher to get real world prices.
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