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Favorite 9mm gun?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Crazy Coot, Oct 28, 2008.

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  1. Crazy Coot

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    What's everyone's favorite 9?
     
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    It's my 3913LS, maybe next week when I get my CS9 that will be the new king of the hill. I've owned probably 20-25 9mm. The glock 19 is nice, as is the Hi power and HK USP9C. I just like thin in a carry gun and the 3913 has that, the cs9 should be more of a good thing.
     
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    I'm sure there are nicer guns out there. I've even handled and fired a couple like the USP that I definitely felt were "better" than my Bersa, but right now the Bersa Thunder 9 Ultra Compact is my favorite 9mm, because it's the one I have, and it was very affordable, and despite the fact that there are "nicer" 9mm handguns out there, I don't think there's one out there that offers a better value at the Bersa's price (about $300 new for mine).

    It's DA/SA. The DA pull is smooth and not too heavy. It's accurate. The controls are easy to operate. The grip feels right. It's one of the most reliable semiauto handguns I own. My Bersa Thunder 9 Ultra Compact and my HS2000 (same Croatian pistol as the XD9) have never failed to feed with a wide variety of ammo. My brand new Springfield Armory 1911, by contrast, is the pickiest gun I own.

    You may wonder why I picked the Bersa Thunder 9 UC over my HS2000/XD9 as my favorite 9mm. They're both excellent, but I prefer the Bersa as a carry weapon because it's more compact, and because I prefer to carry the decocked Bersa rather than the striker-fired HS2000/XD9. I know that striker fired pistols like the Glock and XD are "safe," but it's a matter of personal preference for me.
     
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    They both eat whatever I feed them and have functioned without a glitch.
    Also, they're fairly inexpensive used and you don't have to drink any Kool-Aid.
     
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    Another vote for the Glock 19.

    IMHO the best 9mm. They are accurate, reliable, and practically indestructable. I carried it until I got my Glock 26.
     
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    Beretta 92fs it is mine house and range gun now since we went to sigs for duty quite awhile ago. I'm playing with the ideal of getting a small 9mm to replace my 642 that i carry off duty if and when i do I guess it will become my fav. just not sure what I want yet.

    Be safe
     
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