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Old 10-06-2012, 06:07 PM   #461
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Won't be a M9 then
No it will be the 96a1
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M96 was my first handgun. Sweet shooter

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M96 was my first handgun. Sweet shooter
I like the style of the m9 but I like the bigger calibers so when I buy one it's gonna be the 96a1
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I like the style of the m9 but I like the bigger calibers so when I buy one it's gonna be the 96a1
Try a S&W 645 or 4506.

All the nice features of the 92FS,

with a 45ACP...
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I bought my first pistol at the local bootlegger's place while I buying some beer when I was 16. It was a double barrel derringer, and I paid a man, that was in serious need of a drink, ten dollars for it. I have no memory of the brand, but it must have been one of the German Saturday Night Specials. I have no clue what I ever did with that gun, but I know my dad would have whooped my ass if he had known I had it.

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Try a S&W 645 or 4506.

All the nice features of the 92FS,

with a 45ACP...
Thanks I will check those out I love my 1911 and don't think I would like a smaller caliber than my .45 but I like the m9 style so if they look like the m9 and come in .45 I will by one
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I have a 4506. I wouldn't say that it looks like a m9 but it sure is a great gun. The only feature that I can think of in common would be the de-cocker safety and the da/sa.

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9mm Makarov

I still have my Mak9. Still love it. Shoot it every time I'm at the range.

Great thread by the way.
Makarov 9x18 was my first pistol as well. Still have mine after all these years. Shoot it often. Just a pleasure to shoot. Very accurate.
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I checked out the s&w 645 and 4506 they remind me of my 1911 more than looking like a m9

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I have a 4506. I wouldn't say that it looks like a m9 but it sure is a great gun. The only feature that I can think of in common would be the de-cocker safety and the da/sa.
Don't forget the reverse swept and knurled trigger guard,

and the concentric pistoned return spring, not to mention the

somewhat similar, but disable-resistant, takedown, which is a

very nice feature, which the 92 doesn't have...
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