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Old 09-16-2013, 03:59 PM   #21
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I'd check out the Stoeger Cougar if I was you. Very accurate and the grip is the best grip I've ever felt on a handgun

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Old 09-21-2013, 02:43 AM   #22
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Ruger p95 $369 new in my LGS.
DA/SA, full size, a lil wide in the grip, ambi controls



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Old 09-21-2013, 03:03 AM   #23
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I dont know what they are going for now but I paid $424 for one 2 years ago with night sights. Thats the SP2022 model not P6
Sp2022 feels like part of your body when you hold it!!! :-)
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Have not held or shot the Sig(not the SP 2022), but I highly endorse the Ruger P95. Looking for one right now in Two Tone ot Stainless....

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Old 09-23-2013, 12:00 AM   #25
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All the gunshops in my area, north Georgia, have the SR series of Ruger handguns for around 500 bucks. Heck, you can get the SR45 on SlickGuns for 375$.

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Your price point, takes many guns and puts them outside your reach.

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If you choose a Ruger P95 or SR9 spring for the stainless steel model. They are virtually maintenance free and tough as a tank. I have a stainless P95. They only time I do anything to it is when gobs of dirt are hanging on the action.

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I just picked up a Ruger SR45 for $399 at my LGS last week. Go to a LGS and offer them $400 for the SR series pistol you want, you've got nothing to lose!

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If you don't mind buying mil-surp

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If you don't mind buying mil-surp handguns, I'd look into a Walther P1.
I've shot over 1,000 rounds through mine with no malfunctions and its pretty accurate for me.

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