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Old 05-17-2012, 10:27 PM   #11
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My suggestion would be the new S&W Shield.
I want one of these but have not found one in lgs
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I would go to the range and try as many 9mm's out as possible and see what you like best...worked for me. =)

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Before you buy, give the Browning Hi Power a look.

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Bersa 9mm UC

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I want one of these but have not found one in lgs
Yeah, people bought them up pretty quick. I have one on layaway at Bud's. I can't wait to try it out.
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I would go to the range and try as many 9mm's out as possible and see what you like best...worked for me. =)
This is the advice I would give you. I love my SIG, right now I carry a full size 226 Navy it's just too big.

I'm looking forward to this though.

Sig 938, slightly larger than the 238 and chambered in 9 mm. just makes me happy.
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I have the Sig p238 and really want to see the 938. The Ruger SR9c weighs in at 28 oz with a full 10 round mag and one in the chamber. My wife and I have his and hers SR9c's. Something to consider is interchangeability. If it came down to one handgun apiece, it would be the SR9c's.

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Just buy American.. You will get great quality and help keep your country strong.
Obviously we can't count on our president to do it.

BTW XDm, Glock, and Taurus are NOT American

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Ruger LC9 17 .0z 8 rounds better overall finish and trigger than the Kel-Tec.
Keep in mind cc its light thin easy to carry easy to conceal! About $350 anywhere and its made in the USA and its a Ruger!
I almost forgot and there is a neat little side mounted laser available that just blends right in!

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