Favorite 9mm handgun

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  1. Hometeached1

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    Just want to see everyone's favorite one. Mine's a Walther P99AS.
     
  2. sirgilligan

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    Browning Hi-Power and CZ 85B
     
  3. csa77

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    hi power
     
  4. Haywood

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    Glock 26, I like it because I can use 19 and 17 mags in it.
     
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    German P226. No contest.
     
  6. Pilot

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    Browning Hi Power with the second being a toss up between the CZ-75, and HK P7.
     
  7. bannockburn

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    An even half dozen of my favorite 9mm's:

    1) Browning Hi-Power
    2) Kahr PM9
    3) SIG P229R E2
    4) CZ P-01
    5) Steyr M9
    6) Ruger SR9c
     
  8. Leadhead

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    Walther PPQ Navy right now......
     
  9. Old Dog

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    SIG P-228, West German ... closely followed by the West German 226 ...
    (ignore gratuitous 229 in foreground)
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    Sig M11 A1.
     
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    Glock 19 and Sig 229
     
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    9mm model 59 S&W

    anybody remember the oldie/like or not. I have 2 brand new never shot but think they might be worth leaving in box? Have not read many good reviews?
     
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    Sorry didn't mean to hi-jack this was supposed to be a new post!
     
  15. sigarms228

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    It's really hard for me to name just one but here goes my very top favorites in order though they are all very close. It is good to have choices!

    SIG P226
    SIG P228
    Walther PPQ
    HK P30L
    SIG SP2022

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    Ruger P85. Looks like a brick, shoots like a dream.
     
  17. wow6599

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    My favorite is the Browning Hi-Power, but my money is on the Glock 17 for the win :rolleyes:
     
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    HK P7M8, very closely followed by a West German Sig 228, and then a West German Sig 226.
     
  19. Oro

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    No question in my mind; I've tried a lot and these are what feel good:

    1) Colt Combat Commader
    2) S&W 3913/908

    They aren't piggy large for the caliber in my opinion, and they shoot nicely, balance, and conceal well. The S&W doesn't have the finest trigger, but it's a great, simple, practical design.

    My favorite 9mm of all time:
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  20. jonnyc

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    BHP.
     
  21. HOOfan_1

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    No Walther P88 or S&W 39 or Sig P210?

    I only own a Walther P38, Glock 19 and a Ruger SR9c, so my experience is limited.
     
  22. PabloJ

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    They are too young to remember 39 few can afford 210 and most never heard of P88 (these were $1200+ in late 80s so almost nobody bought one).
     
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    Sig P226R followed by its baby bro my P229R 9mm
     
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    Star Model B
     
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    Cz 75b
     
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