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Old 09-12-2011, 12:45 AM   #11
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My list is based off what I have and what I want in no particular order.
1) Glock 19: have
2) Beretta 92fs: have
3) Colt Defender: have
4) Browning Hi Power: dont have, want
5) Sig Sauer P226: dont have, want

Come on CANE, give us your list.......

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Old 09-13-2011, 03:03 PM   #12
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Walther P99
Walther PPS
Glock 26
CZ 75 PO1
Beretta Px4

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Old 09-21-2011, 09:46 AM   #13
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gotta throw my vote in! if money was not the issue:

1) Browning Hi-Power, enough said! would love to have one!

2) Sig Sauer P229, had one, great gun, similar to the P226.

3) Glock 17 or 19, had the 19, again great gun.

4) Walther P99, had one, again great gun.

5) CZ 75, have shot a few, would buy one, again great gun.

this is just my personal list!

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OK, I'll play. My list, like others here, is based upon what I have, what I shoot, and what I like concerning them.

1. Browning Hi-Power. Have two of them, a Standard with adjustable sights and a Practical. Love them both. Great feel, very good accuracy, totally reliable, my #1 go to gun, in 9mm.

2. S&W 1911 Pro-Series. Based upon the 1911, tricked out with a lot of nice work from the Pro-Shop, this is a real nice shooter. And, it's very accurate.

3. S&W 908S. Based upon the 3913, this value based Smith is a very nice, easy to use, accurate, easy to carry, little 9mm. I've not had it long, but it's sure won a place in my heart for a good, versatile 9mm.

4. S&W CS9. An excellent 3rd Generation S&W that's very concealable, light enough for IWB carry, and heavy enough to take the sting out of +P's. It's reliable, accurate, and nice to shoot.

5. Kahr CW9. An excellent, simple to operate, reliable, accurate little 9mm. My wife loves this one and has taken it for her personal firearm.

I have others that I find are nice as well, but, 5 seems to be the limit here. If I don't like a gun, I sell it. I can't see any sense in keeping one's that I don't care for, especially since I'm not a collector. I shoot all that I buy and keep.

I've had SIGs, and I can't fault them. I just don't like the way they feel in my hand. I'm not a big fan of poly guns, even though there are some really top-knotch models on the market. I'm a little old fashioned, and I guess some would say "old". But I like my guns in steel, or at least alloy.

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Very interesting to see that the "King of the Nines" is dominating here. And Cane hasn't even voted yet!

It's hard not to gush over the Hi Power. It's still "just right".

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Very interesting to see that the "King of the Nines" is dominating here. And Cane hasn't even voted yet!

It's hard not to gush over the Hi Power. It's still "just right".
i would love to have a browning hi power, but have seen very few in years past. usually the seller knows what he has, and wants an arm and a leg for it. they are hands down one of the better pistols out there. look at how long this design has been around and copied. you just don't this long unless you are really good!
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Sig P250 9mm compact with laser/light combo. Summer I carry a Beretta Tomcat Inox 32 acp (fits in shorts pocket perfect)

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Yea, not impressed with the Beretta 92's - shot it...eh - not impressed. I'd rather have a baseball bat than a Walther - Sig p226 is untouchable - love it, but can't afford one for myself...I've shot the CZ 75 though that a relative brought to a reunion - it fit my hand great and for never shooting one before I could hit a lot with it from around 20 yards out. Something I can't do well with my own Sig SP2022 9mm that I brought to the reunion to share.

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Yea, not impressed with the Beretta 92's - shot it...eh - not impressed. I'd rather have a baseball bat than a Walther - Sig p226 is untouchable - love it, but can't afford one for myself...I've shot the CZ 75 though that a relative brought to a reunion - it fit my hand great and for never shooting one before I could hit a lot with it from around 20 yards out. Something I can't do well with my own Sig SP2022 9mm that I brought to the reunion to share.
SIG P226 Tacops with 20 round mags! Like you say, they are about 1K!!! My SIG P250 was only $370!
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+1 on the Ruger SR9c

This is the only 9mm I own, and I love it.

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