I know there is the Browning Hi-Power. The Para 18-9 might be considered if we can buy hi-cap mags soon. Any others?
To put it another way: What is the most accurate hi-cap 9MM being made today?
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August 8, 2004, 06:32 PM
What is the most accurate hi-cap 9MM being made today?
Stock, probably one of those HK Expert/Tactical/Something USPs.
You should be able to get STI or someone similar to build you a double-stack 9mm 1911-style gun that'd beat it handily, but that's not an off-the-shelf proposition.
August 8, 2004, 07:44 PM
CZ75B can be carried cocked and locked or there is the single action only version also. My 75b is really accurate. Mark Mark
August 8, 2004, 08:42 PM
Springfield XD is single action.
August 8, 2004, 09:16 PM
Well, can you count the Glock-types? Neither fish nor fowl, but pretty effective. I just can't consider them a single action, even if they're not REALLY a DA. Would you count the pistols such as the CZ75 and certain Taurii which have the cocked-and-locked option?
There used to be a thing called the MAB P15, or maybe it was the PA15. Out of print for a lot of years, though. And the SiG 47/8 was offered in a double stack version, but it was scarce, even when they were in production.
Double column, single action? I believe when you've said Browning HIgh Power, you've pretty well sad all that NEEDS be said on that particular topic. ;)
August 9, 2004, 12:55 AM
Depends, as always, on how you define "best." Highest build quality and quality of design?
It's going to be hard to be SV or STI. But we're also talking about a $2000 gun.