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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by mrmom61, Dec 13, 2008.

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  1. mrmom61

    mrmom61 Member

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    I'm looking at Ruger and Eaa 9mm pistols. The Ruger's are cheaper and built solid so why would I choose a Eaa?
     
  2. GLI45

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    Pick Em

    Between myself, my son, and my wife we currently own four Rugar revolvers (2 - .357 and 2 - .44 mag.) and I used to have a Ruger 9mm semi-auto. All are good handguns. Rugged, well built, and reliable. Ruger is a good choice. Having said that I also have an EAA Witness Compact 9mm that has performed very well. Used it to qualify for my CHL and shot 249/250, so no compaints about accuracy. You would probably be happy with either, but if you can save a few bucks with the Ruger, go for it. The bottom line is which one feels better in your hand. Also, if have a local range that rents guns, try and shoot both brands prior to purchase.
     
  3. janobles14

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    not much to add. pick the one that feels better. wow...not much at all to add. lol :)

    i prefer rugers. as a matter of fact, i LOVE them.
     
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