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10mm Glock, .40 HK USP, or S&W 686+?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by BlackDrop50, Feb 29, 2008.

  1. BlackDrop50

    BlackDrop50 Member

    Thinking about getting another handgun. I've got it narrowed down to these three but I can't decide which one....

    The glock and S&W I want mainly for woods protection, self defense and target.

    The HK .40 I have just wanted for a while.....

    Glock is around $550-600?

    S&W is around 650-700

    HK is around 800-900

    I assume the accuracy is comparable with the glock slightly behind but not really noticeably.

    I like single action triggers but I am pretty good with the glock's.

    I like ambidextrous and shoot ambi, how does the revolver work with regards to shooting left handed? Isn't it a little more difficult to load?
  2. phantomak47

    phantomak47 Well-Known Member

    If your set on a 686, look at Ruger GP100s, no lock and they are very sweet shooters for the price, I paid $463 NIB at a gun show (stainless).

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