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Old 02-02-2012, 03:27 AM   #11
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thanks guys I'll take this under consideration!



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The Fnp has no safety unless you get the usg model with safety and decocker.



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Sig SP2022
It's a great gun and no safety.

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im rather fond of the sig p22x series and my favorite handgun atm is the xdm in 45acp
Second on the Sig's. They are a great pistol. I carry a Sig P226/228 in 9mm or my XD45 daily.
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Sig SP2022
It's a great gun and no safety.
My buddy just picked up his new 2022. He decided on SIG after shooting my collection and liking my 226.

It's Super Bowl and nursery painting weekend but I should get to shoot it after next week!

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Sig 220,226 and 228 Have no manual safety the Safety is between your ears.

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The Walther PPS has no external safety either.

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The XD series has two safeties, but when you pick up the (loaded & chambered) weapon you don't need to look around for the manual thumb safety. There is a grip safety (similar to a 1911 grip) and a trigger safety (similar to a Glock trigger). The weapon is ready to fire when you pick it up.

If you want something really simple with no safety, try a revolver!

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I love my Smith M&P. It has no safety on it. I was wondering if anyone can recommend me a 9mm that has no safety or if it's pretty much just limited to certain brands and calibers.

I don't know, I just enjoy how I am live as soon as I insert a magazine, and rack it. I have an intense dislike of Glock and 1911 clone safeties.

Any help would be appreciated thanks!! Oh and what's up with the lack of love for the M&P .45 around here? My other thread is deader then an intruder into my house!
It's a step down from your Smith M&P, but the SW9VE Enhanced Sigma doesn't have an external safety either.


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