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Old 10-25-2012, 08:30 PM   #11
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Find yourself a tactical 9mm and then buy a couple thousand rounds and a great carry rig with the rest of your money!!
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DW PM-9 without a doubt.

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Sorry to be away for a while,,, work, moving, etc., had things rather hectic for a few months. I own two 9mm 1911's,, a Taurus PT1911 and a Nighthawk AAC in 9mm,, my wife got that for me on my last birthday,, no,, I do not know what I did to deserve that one, but I won't complain. The Taurus is a very good gun to me, accurate, reliable and reasonably priced with many custom styled features,, I put a set of Novak 3 dot tritium sights on the piece and I use it as a trail gun and IDPA shoots and limited ccw, depending on the weather. The Nighthawk,, well it is simply the finest 1911 that I have ever shot or handled,, those boys in Arkansas know what they are doing,, superb fit and finish, great trigger, and puts them where the front sight is pointed. I do not have a can at this time,, waiting to see any changes in regulation her in the near future.

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I wish I could pick one up for cheap. They are getting pricy. Thank you eveyone for your input.
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A Ruger P95 is a lot like a 1911 but it's good bit less expensive. Plus you can get a 32 shot clip for the P95 in case zombie elimination becomes an issue.

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Now don't forget the 9mm PT1911 the best 9mm 1911 under $600



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