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Old 01-19-2011, 06:31 PM   #11
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if you dont like the trench sight the defender is the same gun with regular sights but not the slim grip panels.
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Well, so far the PF9 is still the slimmest 9mm with a width of .88"

I'm going to look into that Colt New Agent. I was wanting a .45, so maybe I can kill two birds with one stone...
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ruger just released information on their new 9 the lc9, theres also taurus 709 slim, kahr,
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You might also want to check Sig Sauer and Kimber. Sig Sauer is coming out with a new 9mm, P290 and Kimber has a new 9mm "Solo" due out tomorrow (21 Jan). The Sig is .9" wide and the Kimber is 1.2". How do those compare to others discussed here?
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Walter PPS is less than a inch.
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I held the kimber solo yesterday. It was 639.95 at my local shop. They are small and comfortable (minus the short grip) and the trigger wasn't bad at all.

For the money and the time you would shoot it I think there are better options and save the dough for the ammunition.
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You may want to check out the new Rurer LC9.
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One that I've always wanted to try out is a S&W CS9 or CS45. The 9mm is .93" wide. I've seen nothing but good reviews everywhere I look.

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I'm also a large person, 5' 11" 270 lbs. I carry daily and have tired my S&W cs9, cs45, 6906, 469, Sigma F, C, E, VE, Taurus 85,58, Kel tec P11, Commander size 45, Star PD and Kahr CW9. These are the ones I considered small and/or lite enough for all day carry. Of them all only the Star PD and my current carry (Kahr CW9) made the grade. The Kahr is not only light and small but very flat. It has always fired and extracted, very accurate, with a long but easy trigger pull. The Star PD is a lite weight 45 that is fairly accurate but I was always checking to make sure the safety was on(single action locked and cocked with only a saftey lever) plus it had nasty hammer bite with large hands.
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I own both the Kahr CW9 and a Walther PPS in 9mm---both are pretty damn slim---the Kahr is just a little shorter and a few ozs lighter---both run 100%---I can recommend them!
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