Favorite Pistol Maker

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by GunLvrNLearner, Sep 1, 2008.

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Favorite Manufacturer?

  1. Sig Sauer

    41 vote(s)
    35.0%
  2. CZ

    36 vote(s)
    30.8%
  3. Glock

    40 vote(s)
    34.2%
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  1. GunLvrNLearner

    GunLvrNLearner Member

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    These three seem to get a lot of praise,I know there are so many models made by each but which make do you prefer overall...any favorite model?likes and dislikes?
     
  2. Loomis

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    beretta
     
  3. Treo

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    I've never met a CZ I didn't like. I stopped being interested in other pistols when I bought my first CZ. Right now I'm saving up for a 97B. The 75B is my EDC but I like my 2075 equally as well . I guess DW's CZ82 comes in second or maybe 1 & a half.
     
  4. GunLvrNLearner

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    I should have added other..sorry
     
  5. Loomis

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    I like the open top slide on the beretta. I like the way it comes apart. I like the long barrel, longer than most other brands have.

    I really like the trigger
    and the DA/SA with decocker
    and the excellent accuracy

    I dislike the sights
    and the limited(by todays standards) mag capacity
    and the position of the decocker

    sig has the best decocker, imo.
     
  6. Treo

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    When did Beretta limit their magazine capacity? Aren't they all the standard 15? ( Assuming a 9 of course)
     
  7. Loomis

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    15 rounds IS limited by todays standards. 17 round and up is the norm.
     
  8. 10-Ring

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    I would go 'other' if it were available.
     
  9. NG VI

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    Here here. I have three complete pistols and the kadet kit. I like the Kadet so much my next and second .22 pistol will probably be a Kadet.

    I know what you mean about capacity with the Berettas, my FNP-9m holds 15 rounds and has a tiny short grip. But in all fairness beretta does have seventeen and eighteen round magazines readily available, and from Mec-Gar no less, so that isn't really an issue.
     
  10. Catherine

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    Glock Model 19C, 19 or 17 in 9MM.

    Catherine
     
  11. loop

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    Other or none of the above would be my choice.

    My vote goes to CZ because its frame/rail system is one of the few quality innovations since JMB quit designing, er, died.
     
  12. denfoote

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    Walther.
     
  13. Urbana John

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    Beretta's for sure-=--I've got 3 92's

    I just got the Ruger 22/45 and it's ALOT of fun to shoot too!!!

    UJ
     
  14. Juna

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    Of the 3 listed above, no question CZ. The only Glocks I like are the 10mm, but if CZ or SA XD made a 10mm in the same size & capacity I'd drop the Glock in a heartbeat.
     
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    I really liked some that Star made. I bought several a lifetime ago. They are not things of beauty but they work and have never in all the years hung a round up.
     
  16. blo0dyhatchet

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    None of the above.
     
  17. weisse52

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    None of the above.

    This is an example of a poll to nowhere.

    Are you trying to decide which of these to buy? Do you want to justify a buying decision? Or, is this just a poll for a popularity contest?
     
  18. 420Stainless

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    None of those are in my top 3, but of them I prefer the SIG.
     
  19. Mortech

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    What , no Smith & Wesson ???
     
  20. DWARREN123

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    Glock 23, CZ 75 Compact, Springfield XDm, Bersa 380 Duo Tone ACP.
     
  21. Jason_G

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    Of those three? Sig.

    Jason
     
  22. ceadermtnboy

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    Smith & Wesson, Ruger, and Beretta.
     
  23. GearHead_1

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    I would have to go with none of the above given these choices.
     
  24. Mark Evel

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    Ruger or S&W

    Ruger 10/22, P95, S&W 5915 (in no certain order)
     
  25. CWL

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    none of the above
     
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