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Which 9mm?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by RancidSumo, Jul 24, 2007.


Which 9mm

  1. Heckler and Koch

  2. Berreta

  3. SIG

  4. Other

  1. RancidSumo

    RancidSumo Well-Known Member

    I was looking at getting a new gun that is cheap to shoot and a 9mm looks like the calliber to go with. I was wondering what brand I should go with. Please vote and explain your choice.

    NO GLOCKS!!!!!!!!!

    NO XD's EITHER!!!!!

    I don't like how XDs and Glocks feel in my hands.
  2. Shipwreck

    Shipwreck Well-Known Member

    CHEAPEST 9mm I would buy and rely on is a Stoger Cougar - it is a clone of the Beretta Cougar. Beretta owns Stoeger and just transferred the equipment to them. The finish isn't quite as nice, but it is the same gun. Low $300 range.
  3. RancidSumo

    RancidSumo Well-Known Member

    I don't mean a cheap gun, I ment cheaper ammo then the guns I have no so I can shoot more. Gun cost isn't really a factor in this.
  4. RNB65

    RNB65 Well-Known Member

    CZ 75 or CZ SP01
  5. denfoote

    denfoote Well-Known Member

    Ruger P95.

    Built like a tank, made in America, and goes bang every time!!!
  6. RancidSumo

    RancidSumo Well-Known Member

    I forgot to add a BHP. If you vote other and that was what you would get please post.
  7. scubie02

    scubie02 Well-Known Member

    Springfield XD--reasonably priced, accurate, reliable, easy to strip...
  8. 10-Ring

    10-Ring Well-Known Member

    Current fave is HK
  9. RancidSumo

    RancidSumo Well-Known Member

    I was was really leaning towards an HK but just figured I would see what everyone else thinks while I am sitting here bored out of my mind. The P30 will be out by the time I am ready to buy so that will be the HK I will most likely get if I go with HK.
  10. rantingredneck

    rantingredneck Well-Known Member

    Ruger P89/95
  11. fmnnc

    fmnnc Well-Known Member

    Take a look at www.czusa.com to see what they have to offer in 9mm. There are alot of choices!
  12. mwpslp

    mwpslp Well-Known Member

    I would look at the CZ's as already pointed out. I own a couple of them and they are hard to beat for the money.
  13. Baneblade

    Baneblade Well-Known Member

    I used to own three HK's. They were neat at first, but just didn't seem to be worth the price. I voted for Sig. Solid guns, good feel, great rep.

    It wasn't on the list, but you might try a S&W M&P. They have Glock reliability but actually fit a normal person's hand.
  14. glockman19

    glockman19 Well-Known Member

    Sorry Dude, Glock makes the best 9mm hands down. The 17/19/26/34 there is not a more reliable, accurate, practically indestructible gun you can buy.

    I like Sig's & Hk's but in a .40.

    Wonder why your poll is 70%+ other?

    of the guns you list just rent them all and get the one you like best. I'd probably choose a Beretta 92FS INOX.
  15. GTSteve03

    GTSteve03 Well-Known Member

    If money really is no object, I would buy one of these:


    then buy one of these to go on it:

    AAC EVO-9
  16. wooderson

    wooderson member

    $450 - S&W M&P9
    $~700ish - Browning Hi-Power
    $900-2500ish - 1911 in 9mm
  17. alucard0822

    alucard0822 Well-Known Member

    I guess it depends on what you are looking to do with it. For target work and fun perhaps a kimber/para 1911 pattern pistol with adjustable sights. For "combat" type practice and possibly HD, a sig 226 or beretta 92 are both decent choices, if money is an issue, the ruger P series, for concealed carry perhaps a Kahr 9 or sig 239, also it begs the question of what pistol does feel good to you.
  18. Deer Hunter

    Deer Hunter Well-Known Member

    I really love my CZ75. Try any of the 9mms that CZ offers before deciding on another.
  19. tbtrout

    tbtrout Well-Known Member

    I voted Sig out of your choices. If you did go for other, CZ75B
  20. jaholder1971

    jaholder1971 Well-Known Member

    Hi Power.

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