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Favorite 9mm?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by BADUNAME4, Jul 28, 2009.

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  1. Orion8472

    Orion8472 Member

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    Ready??? . . .

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    . . . . . . . NICE!! }:)
     
  2. Deanimator

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    Unfortunately, it's hard to find semi-autos WITHOUT rails these days.

    When I wanted a CCW gun smaller than my Browning High Power, I chose a Glock 19, but intentionally sought out a 2nd Generation gun without the rail or finger grooves. They're out there, especially at places like Summit Gun Broker.

    I've got three 9x19mm handguns, a Glock 19, a Browning High Power and a Mauser Broomhandle. I've been thinking about some kind of concealment holster for the broomhandle. :D
     
  3. Cowboybootnut

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    My favorites, the four that I have. :D

    CZ 75
    Glock 17
    Glock 19
    Bersa UC 9mm
     
  4. Runningman

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    HK P7M8 bought one new in the 80s still have it, still shoot it. Had more than a few 9mm come and go but this one stayed around the longest. My current favorite 9mm range gun is a Glock 34 with a KKM barrel.
     
  5. Hacker

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  6. SHOTGUNJOE

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    My CZ 2075 Rami conceals nicely in my new fannypac.
     
  7. cchris

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    I know you mean 9mm Luger, but I think the general consensus is the CZ-82 is a great gun, but it's in 9x18 Mak. Great price on it too.
     
  8. angel1216

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    you can't go wrong with the CZ P07 duty. i held one last weekend and i didn't want to let go. it's niceeeeeeeee!
     
  9. rjmckee

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    S&W 469 great old duty piece
    1913 DWM Luger - better shooter than the Smith
    Beretta 90-two - perfect fit for my hand, still breaking it
     
  10. ezypikns

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    Try a Sig P239.

    Very nice little single stack 9mm. Adequate DA trigger. SA trigger reset like you wouldn't believe. Don't take my word for it. Ask around.
     
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    My nines: Walther P38, S&M MP 9c.
    Love the Walther, like the smith and wesson. At least shoot a P99.
     
  13. sarduy

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    1. Glock 17, 19, 26...
    2. Beretta 92/ Taurus 92
    3. Taurus 27/7 OSS or 24/7 PRO

    Taurus 809 ;)

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  14. Dr_2_B

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    I was surprised to get all the way through page one with no mention of the Glock. I'd say G19.
     
  15. 66912

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    CZ-75 or High Power for me.
     
  16. tkcomer

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    Well, I had a Hi Power. But sold it after I got my STI Trojan. It's a 9 in the 1911 platform. Much better trigger than any other 9mm I've ever shot.
     
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    If I could only keep one 9mm, and didn't care about carrying it, Browning Hipower, all the way.
     
  19. Anna's Dad

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    I really like my S&W M&P, HK USP and CZ-75, all in 9mm.
     
  20. 10-Ring

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    I own a few -- of them, my faves are: P7M8, BHP, 92fs and USP 9. I like each for slightly different reasons but if you're looking for a range gun, give a serious look to the USP.
    Of the options you provide, I'd lean towards the 92fs ;)
     
  21. Clarence

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    In my mind the Browning Hi-Power is the ultimate 9mm
     
  22. Autolycus

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    I prefer the Sig P226R or the P229R. I am also a fan of Glocks as well but I don't own any now. I plan to buy a Glock 17 soon.

    I would suggest that you fire a few different guns and see what works.
     
  23. johnnylaw53

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    92FS unless you going to carry in conceald.

    be safe
     
  24. Loyalist Dave

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    Browning HiPower. Then the S&W 940.

    LD
     
  25. skoro

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    Mine's a Smith&Wesson M&P9c. Just so smooth and accurate.

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