Using your list I would purchase the M&P2.
Dave Sevigny is no longer a member of Team Glock.
I need a few of the G19's for $300, they are not available in my area.
Because the Toyota is more reliable than a Ferrari.
HST and Ranger T in 124/127/147.
HST, Ranger T, GD, GS in 124/127/147. Use the one that works best in your gun.
stevereno, All S&W guns do not have internal locks.
Weapon Shield and TW25B.
The heavy bullets have less recoil than the light bullets in all handgun calibers.
180 or 165 is fine.
Heavier bullets have less recoil in all handgun calibers.
The G22 will have a slight advantage over the G17 when using good ammo. in both. I prefer 180gr. in 40 and 147gr. in 9 but 165 and 124 is good...
I have shot many cases of Blazer aluminum with zero problems and prefer it to WWB which has more problems in general.
Glock Talk 09/24/2008 posted by NYC Drew. About seven pages back from today.
My CW9 is 100% reliable.
I like my CW9, totally reliable and accurate.
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I bought 2000 rounds of the Blazer 9mm ammo. today at Academy for $7.49 per box.
I purchased another 2000 rounds of Blazer 9mm ammo. today. I like it better than WWB.
For me the G34 for shooting more than 25 yards and the G17 for 25 and less. Longer sight radius of the G34 helps with accuracy but the G17 is fast...
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