Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by PX15, Jul 4, 2012.
I'm a big fan of mini/sub/compact 9MM pistols for cc iwb carry. These three are my favorites..
Left to right:
Boberg XR9-S (Onyx model)
H&K P2000sk (V3) w/Xgrip mag adapter and 13rd P2000 mag.
No Shield (altho I've read great things about 'em).. But, I am a big 3rd Gen S&W fan and I do have one of these:
I don't own a S&W M&P9c, but that's my second choice for CCW.
I haven't had any issues with wobble using the X-grip on my sk... I found the standard fingertip mag on the sk is just a tad "short" for my taste, but using the X-grip gets me three free rounds and a much better grip. Works just find for iwb use.
GATA? lol J.
About six years, many rounds, still working perfectly.
I have since moved to a .45acp handgun for daily carry, but life can be unpredictable.
I am recently carrying the PM9 again due to recurring problems with my back.
The PM9 is the perfect compromise between size, weight and power.
The glock 26 mag had an aft movement, but only with the extended mags in it. the flush fit mags don't move any more than usual. Must have a better fit on the HK.
I really like the unique design of the Boberg XR9-S. How has it been shooting it and about how many rounds have you put through it?
Right now the Shields are on top. A while back it was the Ruger LC9. Before that the LCP, LCR, PPS, and so on all the way back to the model 1911 in 1911. When the Peace Maker came out in 1873 I bet everyone wanted one. Other models will follow and the Shield will quieten down. Besides that, you can't find one anywhere now anyway. It's marketing and the American way.
Happy Fourth of July.
Kel Tec PF9
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