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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Reacher, Dec 18, 2010.
Just looking for some insight into my next 9mm purchase
Beretta M9. Accurate, high capacity, reliable, low recoil, good trigger, not plastic...
My '73 H&K P9S. Accurate and sexy!
Carry conceal. Pm 9
Accurate and smooth: kimber
Inherited Interarms Firestar Plus in Starvel finish. Solid pistol.
Sig Sauer P226, my favorite "bomb proof" tack-driver. Outstanding trigger (in SA) and plenty of rounds in the mag. After that, Glock 19, goes anywhere.
Any that I dont own
My Beretta 92FS Inox. Love that freaking pistol.
I am going to be the odd man out on this one but.... My personal fav is my magnum research baby eagle. Accurate, reliable almost no recoil, sweet trigger
And a rail to boot.
i was thinking about getting a G19. I have a Beretta 92 and a 1911 but for some reason I want a Glock Gen 4. I want an all weather gun that I dont think about in a rainy situation or packed away under a seat. Im still undecided. Any tips? Is the trigger pul bad? Are they comfortable to shoot? I want to stick to 9mm for availability, mag cap and recoil.
sig p226, my next purchase...who wants to give me a good deal on one?!
+1 Baby Eagle...all steel IMI ...nice trigger...smooth shooter! :thumbup:
My favorite is the HK P7 PSP that I almost sold without ever shooting. Tack driver with anything I put through it. Just wish it held more ammo.
Accurate from the first time I shot it, rail, good sights (adjustable), excellent trigger, hi-capacity, great ergonomics.
Comfortable carry for the odd occassion that I do. etc etc
CZ 75 or clone. I have yet to find a better pistol for the money.
Glock 19. Small enough to carry but large enough that it feels like a full size gun. Reliable, easy to maintain, high capacity, all around great gun.
I had a Beretta FS that was a great pistol. I traded up to a Sig P229R that I love. It has a rail I put the laser/light Sig STL900L on it. It shoots a lot different than the beretta so I'm still getting used to that.
1. CZ 85
2. Browning Hi Power
3. Glock 26
based on the way they fit my hand, & shoot for me.
I've never shot a 1911 style 9mm, I think that would make my list also.
Glock 17.... cuz its a Glock 17. i can get 17rdmags or 33rd mags and
it will go boom when i tell it to.
H&K P30. Eats anything, fits my hand perfectly, ultra reliable. The changeable grip panels are more than a gimmick - they work.
The P2000 is a close second.