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Old 12-12-2012, 12:43 AM   #1
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Ok lookin at gettin a p95 or sr9. What's the big differences

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Old 12-12-2012, 01:55 AM   #2
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The P95 is a hammer-fire pistol and the SR9 is a striker-fire pistol. Both are excellent guns. The SR9 is thinner and has higher capacity (2 more rounds). It's up to you, whether you like the hammer or the striker better.

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I have the SR9 and it is a very nice handgun, fun to shoot with an easy trigger pull.

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Ok lookin at gettin a p95 or sr9. What's the big differences
The P95 is a thicker, chunkier gun in general. Its great for a house gun, but if you plan on carrying at all, you should take a good hard look at the SR9. Its easier to conceal and is more comfortable to shoot.
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Old 12-13-2012, 05:37 PM   #5
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Ok lookin at gettin a p95 or sr9. What's the big differences
If u can shoot the SR9 and SR9C I would recommend doing that before buying. I did and bought the C mainly because I do carry it. Easy to conceal but still takes the 17 round mag which I like to keep loaded when I am at the house.
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Old 12-14-2012, 11:03 PM   #6
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If u can shoot the SR9 and SR9C I would recommend doing that before buying. I did and bought the C mainly because I do carry it. Easy to conceal but still takes the 17 round mag which I like to keep loaded when I am at the house.
I agree 100% I love my sr9c. It does have the 17rd mag if you want to to that way but for concealment purposes I prefer the 10 rd mag. If I ever need the 17 it's there still the same. The SR9 is larger and harder to conceal then past that in bulk and concealment is the p95.

Shoot all three if possible before making a decision.
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