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Currently the Best New 9mm under 400?

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  1. GunLvrNLearner

    GunLvrNLearner Member

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    I have a S&W Sigma and like it,but from the under 400 new 9's,my vote would probably be a Bersa,although in fairness i've never shot any of the Taurus models yet and keltec would be no fun at he range
     
  2. Ridgerunner665

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    +1 Bersa Thunder UC

    The Sigma's are good too...if you like that type of trigger ( I don't)
     
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    Best 9mm under $400? Ruger P95 any day. Let's see, $249 NIB. That's a lot money left for ammo. :cool:
     
  4. powwowell

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    "Best 9mm under $400? Ruger P95 any day. Let's see, $249 NIB. That's a lot money left for ammo."


    Help me out, please. Where can I get a new P95 NIB for $249?

    Larry
     
  5. Disaster

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    CDNN had the blued version for that price, but I'm not sure they have any left.

    Some other 9mm's bargains to look at.

    FNP9m $390
    Steyr M9A1 $340
    The Myriad of used LEO handguns
     
  6. usp9

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    Beretta 92fs at $399. That's a good deal.
     
  7. mhillsing23

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    I found my XD9 for $399 NIB. A dollar to spare. :)
     
  8. burningsquirrels

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    talking about brand new? hm. if i was going to get shot the moment i left the gun store and i had $400 cash to arm myself with and there were no used guns available... i'd probably end up with a taurus or sigma, and a box of ammo.

    the story will change dramatically with $450 though. that will get you a brand new and duty proven glock, XD, CZ, etc.
     
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    FNP

    Isn't the FN still under $400?
     
  10. burningsquirrels

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    whoops. i take what i said abotu the taurus and sigma back. people seem to love the FNP-9, so i'll go with that one and a box of ammo.
     
  11. JR47

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    Currently, the FNP is running in the low to mid $400 range. Even in CDNN. The KP95 in CDNN is also under $400.
     
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    It would be hard to beat a new Kahr CW9 for price and value.
     
  14. rino451

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    Another vote for the FNP, and I'd add the PT92.
     
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    FNP-9 hands down.

    3 16 round mags free shooters pack etc....

    Solid reliable gun that puts 9mm in the same hole.
     
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    couger 8000?
     
  17. BamBam-31

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    Eat ramen for a week, and buy a CZ 75b w/ the extra money.
     
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    Taurus PT-92
     
  19. Mark Evel

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    Ruger P95

    Just got mine (NIB), you can't have it!!:neener: Great, great, great gun, WAY less than $300, let alone $400. Wife & I bought and shot it last weekend. Can't go wrong!
     
  20. Norinco982lover

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    Haha, thats exactly what I did for my CZ-75B! Its sooo worth it and was only $425 shipped LNIB! Now lets see if the OP follows thru;)
     
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    Steoger Cougar series.
     
  23. BlindJustice

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    I heard of a guy who posted on this forum who got a CZ 75BD at White Elephant in Spokane for $399 last month.

    R-
     
  24. Scratchshooter40

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    +1 on the Stoeger Cougar

    I have a Cougar in .40 S&W and it's super. The same weapon is available in 9x19mm and would also be a lot of fun to shoot. It is a great weapon for the money and I trust mine completely. I use it as a truck gun and BUG when on duty. It might be a little big in that role for some, but works for me.
     
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    Styer M9, they can be had for 369 from CDNN.
     
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