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Gun dilemma rambling

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by asolo, Mar 5, 2007.

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  1. asolo

    asolo Member

    Mar 5, 2007
    I am having a dilemma: I have a sig 229 and absolutely love it. I would like to add to my collection and am thinking about a HK USPc 9mm. However, here is the problem- I haven't fired one yet, it feels good in my hand (except fot the "cheese grater" grip,i know HK has a very good reputation for reliability and durability, and the trigger feels okay to me, but I feel like I am trying to convince myself to like the gun. $700-750 is a lot of money to lay down for a gun that I "think I like" Just seems to me the gun is a little bit too plasticky (sp?) for my liking. I really want to like it, but my gut feeling is that it's not right for me. Maybe I'l just talking out loud, but I would like to hear what you all think. I'm going to try and shoot it whenever I find a range that rents them. Should I buy it and get it over with? Anyone have any similar experiences? I'm kinda having that problem with a Kahr MK9/PM9 as well considering the varying reviews it has received. Thanks!
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