9mm Guy`s STEP FORWARD...

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by protosniper, Oct 26, 2009.

  1. protosniper

    protosniper New Member

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  2. bcj1755

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    Walther P99

    I already made this choice;):D
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    Glock 17. I just shot my first IDPA event with it and took 1st in my class.:)
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    With your budget go with the Browning Hi-Power. You will not be sorry that you did. What JM Browning didn't get right on his 1911 he rectified it with the Hi-Power.
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  6. BETH

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    I love my walther but from what i heard for competetion Browning is better
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  8. 21bravo

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    GLOCK 17 or 19 hands down.
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  9. Kieran McCaig

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    Sig gets my vote ,then glock
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    Hi Power hands down, but if you are gonna spend that kinda money why not a 1911-A1?you could get a good 1911 a reloader and everything you need for something that is only going up in value. Plus they are a hoot to shoot.
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    Gonna agree with kieran mccaig on this one the sig and then glock guess great minds do think alike
  12. Kieran McCaig

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    I own both but the Sig grip fits better in my hand ,grip angle.
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    Of the listed ones I have had the Ruger P89, Browning HP, Ruger SR9, Berreta 92FS. I haven't had a chance to fire the SR9 so its unfair for it. But the Browning HP if I could only pick one of the one's that I have actually fired.
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    the BHP value is going up just as fast as the 1911 values. Mine was $499 in 1997 when I got it and the same is now $900.
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    Like my Beretta 92, but also looking for another one. Like just about all on your list except for the poly, S&W, and Taurus. Heard some bad things about Taurus, do not know if they are true, but don't want to find out. Thats just me. Happy shopping!
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    Ruger P-95. I have two that are the KP-95 stainless version. I like 'em alot.
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    first choice browning hp , second colt 1911, then cz75 just my opinion
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    First choice H&K USP, I love my USPc 9mm, second choice (if not first) would be the Springfield XD. Springfield makes an awesome pistol, I shot the XD better than the USP and loved it, but still went with the USP for the safeties and other features.
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    CZ 75b hands down. Took CZ 6 years to perfect the 75 series, they didn't want to release junk like some other manufacturers. Built like a tank, nice trigger and accurate right out of the box. Eats everything I load in it.
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