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Shield 9mm

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Fat Jesus, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. Fat Jesus

    Fat Jesus Oregon Member

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    Hate to sell it, but can use the money elsewhere. Less than 100 rounds through it. These are selling on GB for $600+ new right now. Selling mine for $500 with a IWB king tuck style holster. Ill add pics tonight. I live near Eugene, but am in Coos Bay working until Thursday night.
     
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  2. SONALB

    SONALB Albany,OR Member

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    I'll take it!
     
  3. chiefsalami

    chiefsalami Portland, OR Member

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    I'm next, in case the first deal falls through! Cash waiting!
     
  4. Fat Jesus

    Fat Jesus Oregon Member

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    SPF to SONALB
     
  5. 5thBrother

    5thBrother Albany, OR Member

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    Fat chance but I'll put my stake in the ground for a place in line anyway.
     
  6. taylor

    taylor Willamette Valley Well-Known Member

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    I'm curious what makes this gun so popular? I looked it up and it looks like any other compact.
     
  7. charros93

    charros93 Puget Sound Active Member

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    Its really one of the two good single stack 9mm on the market (kahr makes the other) Good striker fired trigger, not that long double action pull you get with most single stacks
     
  8. Jfullm42

    Jfullm42 Duvall, WA Active Member

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    Man if everyone else backs out I would love it
     
  9. DRH

    DRH Albany Member

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    Why do you say it's one of the TWO good single stack 9mm on the market?
    I would say there are now three in the mix, the newest addition being the new Sig P938. Excellent little 9mm.
     
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  10. Jfullm42

    Jfullm42 Duvall, WA Active Member

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    If everyone else backs out please let me know
     
  11. Fat Jesus

    Fat Jesus Oregon Member

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    Ok so the list is 10 people long so far. Damn I wish I had a stack of these.
     
  12. Mhiggins05

    Mhiggins05 Salem, OR Member

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    You'd be a wealthy man! Happy selling!
     
  13. chiefsalami

    chiefsalami Portland, OR Member

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    Yup... they are the pistol in the most demand and most hyped up right now. The crazy part is you can't even find one anywhere (yet) to try it to see how it fits in the hand. For me, it actually doesn't sit very well. There are other guns in the same category that fit muuuch better.
     
  14. taylor

    taylor Willamette Valley Well-Known Member

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    I don't understand the advantage of a small amount of 9mm, I always thought of 9mm as wanting as much as possible due to its limited stopping power.
     
  15. tenxambition

    tenxambition Not in Seattle New Member

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    I had a chance to shoot one of these. For a compact firearm with a 3" barrel it was easy to shoot and had a great trigger. It would hold the black of a B-16 target at 25 yards. In fact several of the 5 shots were in the 10 ring. It was unbelievably accurate and easy to shot for a compact 9mm.
     
  16. 5thBrother

    5thBrother Albany, OR Member

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    I honestly have never even held one in person (yet, maybe I won't like it). I just have a stable of other M&Ps, shoot M&Ps in USPSA, but have been carrying a Kel-Tec PF9. Nothing wrong with the PF9, just seems to make sense that I have the M&P that is a similar size to the PF9!
     
  17. Burt Gummer

    Burt Gummer Portland Completely Out of Ammo

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    This is a great pistol and the largest I can comfortably carry in a IWB holster. People that can carry full size 1911s and Glock 17s, more power to you, but in my line of work (telcom) I just can't. (Wear a tool belt all the time).
     
  18. Fat Jesus

    Fat Jesus Oregon Member

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    Closing so hopefully I quit getting more PMs.
     
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