please help me pick gun

Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by nero1299, Sep 29, 2013.

  1. nero1299

    nero1299 New Member

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    Hello, I'll take, a new gun.
    Sig Sauer P226 X5 tactial, Steyr-l-a1, Fn five seven (5.7 x 28mm), Sig Sauer P 226 enhanced elite. alıcağım.money one does not matter. Do you think you can pick one ranking?
     
  2. Jagermeister

    Jagermeister New Member

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    I have a Sig Sauer P226r. The best handgun I have ever owned. I have owned a lot of handguns. Go for one of the P226 variants. I know you will be happý with it.
     

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  3. AustinArmory

    AustinArmory New Member

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    This.


    Fit first, function second.

    If it doesn't fit you, the function won't matter.
     
  4. Mercator

    Mercator Active Member

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    Yep, that's it.

    All 4 are top quality tools. Define the job.
     
  5. Anna_Purna

    Anna_Purna New Member

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    But if it doesn't function, then why have it? ;)
     
  6. AustinArmory

    AustinArmory New Member

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    that is a different thread.

    Move along, nothing to see here.

    ;)
     
  7. Anna_Purna

    Anna_Purna New Member

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    And I understood your point you were making and agree to it, but I just had to make that comment :D
     
  8. jpm84092

    jpm84092 New Member

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    I do not know about where you live, but here in the Salt Lake area there are gun stores with indoor ranges that let you rent handguns that interest you so that you can see not only what the best fit for your hand is, but how well you handle the firearm, the recoil, can use the sights, etc. You will want to select a model that fits well in your hand and that you can fire accurately. The only way to know that is to fire the pistol that interests you. And, unless you are made of money, you will want to eliminate some models early on in your search.

    If one is available, ask for a nationally credentialed firearms instructor to help you select. Many gun stores employ NRA Certified or Law Enforcement Certified Firearms Instructors. A bad score on the target may be less the fault of the gun than of poor technique. I have observed two variants of males at a range. One variant knows everything just because he is male, and the other variant is genuinely happy that a Certified Instructor wants to help them.
     
  9. Mouser

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    Sig P226...my new favorite! That was easy wasn't it?:D
     
  10. Missouribound

    Missouribound Active Member

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    Is this your first gun? A .357 may be a little bit too much for your first purchase.
     
  11. emo

    emo Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Find a range that rents firearms and try a bunch. Might find the one you like isn't even on your radar yet.
     
  12. nero1299

    nero1299 New Member

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    is not the first gun. specific for the team
     
  13. JW357

    JW357 New Member

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    I'm very confused about this thread. None of it seems to flow. Someone quoted Axxe55 to a comment that isn't anywhere on this thread.

    The whole thing doesn't make sense.

    I'm confused.
     
  14. DeltaF

    DeltaF New Member

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    All 4 are great choices, try to shoot all of them and pick the one that has the best ergonomics and allows you best recoil management.
     
  15. oscargabriel911

    oscargabriel911 New Member

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    The sig p226 is the best 9 out there in my opinion but also look at the glock 19....p226 double to single glock single...they both have advantages and disadvantages but both good quality and dependable
     
  16. seibert1903

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    I'm a big fan of both the sig 226 and fn five seven. If you're looking to shoot at long distances I'd go with the five seven. Otherwise my personal choice would be the sig.
     
  17. AIKIJUTSU

    AIKIJUTSU New Member

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    Guns are like noses and butts. You really should pick your own.
    Everybody has an opinion, but when it's all said and done, the choice is yours. Try them all out and make your own choice.
     
  18. Mongo

    Mongo Active Member Supporter

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    The one that fits YOUR hand
     
  19. myers1991

    myers1991 New Member

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    In my opinion, you can't go wrong with good ole fashion 1911 .45 cal!!!! Officer and gov models are both great.

    If you're looking for a slightly cheaper gun I agree with a sig 226....but it's all a preference! Let the gun find you.
     
  20. hmh

    hmh New Member

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    +1 on the 1911 but in your list I would go with one if the sigs