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Old 06-12-2013, 04:35 AM   #31
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The gun can go in a fanny-pack. The bottle of soy sauce? Not so much...
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Old 06-12-2013, 09:44 AM   #32
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I would opt for a Beretta over any model Glock, but that's because I don't like Glock's trigger, grip angle, and lack of a decocker. Otherwise they are a solid firearm with a decent following and reputation.
However if I was looking for a daily carry, CCW gun, I wouldn't confine my choices to just Glock or Beretta, I would also look at the Springfield EMP, and Kimber Solo as possible choices, however at the end of the day I would probably go with the Beretta PX4 Subcompact, or the Nano...

Like others have said....try several, find the one that suits you the best, practice with it, and get to know it better than you know yourself. Find the ammo that it like the most, and stick with it.

Good luck in your search.....
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Old 06-23-2013, 04:14 AM   #34
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Any particular models you have in mind?
I have a G19 gen 3 and love it. As for a Beretta, there is the PX4 subcompact if the compact model is bigger than you would like. Also, I was introduced to a Lionheart LH9 today. I had not heard nor saw one previously, but it was nice.
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Old 06-23-2013, 11:04 AM   #35
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Get your hands on a Glock 30S. 10+1 in .45ACP. Plus you can run a 13rd Glock 21 magazine in them for a back up. Basically it is a G30SF (SF =Short Frame) frame with a G36 slide, shaved off quite a bit of weight from the regular 30 slide, and since it is thinner it is more concealable like the 36. My buddy just bought one and I got my hands on it and I love the way it feels. I would trade my regular G30 for it in a heartbeat. As for the comments about people not liking the Glock trigger, you can swap out factory parts for performance parts very easily; I.e. competition spring kit, titanium safety plunger, 3.5 lb connector, etc. you can find all kinds of performance parts for Glock on www.glockstore.com
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Glock...
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I opted for Beretta Px4 Storm Compact 9mm. Great out of the box.
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Another vote for Baretta double action. Im no fan of trigger bar safeties.
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Ya possibly the glock 19 gen 4 or the beretta px4 storm
I'd say that you should go with a beretta 92fs or 90-two.
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Beretta or Glock is sort of like asking, "Apples or oranges?"

You should just try both platforms out and pick the one that you like the best, or....buy both.

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