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Please suggest a 10 rounds 9mm pistol.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by efeng9622, Feb 15, 2013.

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  1. efeng9622

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  2. Big Dave

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    In NY 10 round mags will be grandfathered in. They can only be loaded to 7 rounds. They do not have to be converted to only be able to hold 7 rounds. Ridiculous. Put 8 bullets in by mistake and I believe it's a felony.
     
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    SR9C


    Ditto!!!
     
  4. lefteye

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    SR9C

    Yes. I've had one for ... oh, about 2 1/2 hours. :D Gun show this morning. ;)
     
  5. osteodoc08

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    Ruger P89
     
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    Isn't some of the Glocks made in the USA nowadays? I'd say G26.
     
  7. greenlion

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    He said he did not want double-action-only pistols.

    That does REALLY narrow down your choices.

    I can think of some of the older compact S&W like the 3913 which were single stacks, also the older Sig P220 which was a single stack magazine (not US made, I know, but you have really narrowed your choices down too much).

    If you were OK with single action pistols, there are a bazillion 1911 types out there.

    Why are you so against DAO guns? I admit I was a die-hard Beretta fan until I bought my first GLOCK and had that "aha" moment.
     
  8. efeng9622

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    Why don't I like DOA gun? because I bought my first pistol S & W 9ve.
    I felt that the trigger was so heavy and I had to use two fingers then I can pulled it.
    Some one told me I can have a gunsmith to make the trigger lighter , but I didn't do it at that time and just sold it. after that , I had tried to find SA/DA if I want to buy pistol .I also can accept SA only. but I knew there a lot of new compact pistols are DOA. Maybe I will change myself late.
     
  9. Buck13

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    During the last week of December, I ordered a pair of 15 round mags from Midway, which IIRC were shown as backordered to 2/13/2013. I got an email on Saturday saying they had shipped, so basically right on schedule. I also had some brass ordered on backorder early in the year that shipped on time.

    No guarantee, but it looks to me like Midway is pretty reliable about doing backorders only if they have a realistic expected date of getting the merch in their hands. Notice that most of the stuff like bullets and primers that are out of stock are on "no backorder" status. I assume this means they don't know when they will be able to get it.
     
  10. miles1

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    CZ? Made in kansas city I believe.
     
  11. Janos Dracwlya

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    I wish someone would start making a full-size single-stack 9; my wife has short fingers and very few full size guns fit her hands. Neither do some of the older single stack guns: Walther P-1, Sig 225, S&W *39* (all generations). I think something like a full-sized Shield might work, since the M&P is only just a little too large for her.
     
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    1911's?
     
  13. Janos Dracwlya

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    Nope. None of the 1911's she has tried have suited her. The closest thing to a 1911 that worked was a Star Model B, but they come with their own set of issues (lack of parts and magazines).

    Thanks, though.
     
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    My PPS with the 8rd mag provides a full grip. It's by no means a full size gun, but it's a single stack full-sized grip. The extender on the mag actually marry's quite well with the gun.

    I've also found the Ruger SR9c has a really thin double stack grip. It's probably the thinnest double stack I've shot. If you haven't tried that yet it might be worth a look.


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    +1. Superb ergos.
     
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    You are in Virginia. Why would you have to sell a gun that holds more than ten rounds in the magazine? That's not going to happen in this state.
     
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    tomrkba,

    I knew there is only very few chance will happen in Virginia if FD has passed new gun law.Most likely I can legally keep it.
     
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    I second the Ruger P89. It's no longer produced, but only by a couple years. Still available for a decent price on Gunbroker or at local pawn shops.

    Aluminum frame (no composite) and steel slide. It eats everything I feed it, from Winchester white box bulk, 115gr - 147gr, cheap laquered steel cased foreign imported ammo, custom hand loads... Never once had a fail to feed/fire/eject.

    It is very over-built. I jokingly tell my friends it's the kind of gun that a tank could drive over, then you could pick it up, empty the magazine on the tank, then use the gun to beat the tank into submission. But seriously, save the ammo, beat the tank into submission to start with.
     
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    I received my 10 round magazine, looks like good. Don't know if the ban gun
    bill are passed. How many 10 rounds magazines should be sold in order to keep
    the gun?
     
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    None of the currently proposed Federal level legislation requires that you give up pre-ban guns nor magazines (and most of what is proposed isn't likely to pass).

    Pass or not, you're going through a lot of effort here for no reason. Besides, why struggle to stock up on 10-round magazines when those will be the type you'd still actually be able to buy after such a ban hits?

    Also, for the most part ProMag magazines are pretty low quality. I wouldn't spent any significant amount of money on them.
     
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    I'm confused. You are in Virginia, correct? Is Virginia considering changing their laws? Are you moving to NY? If not, don't worry about NY's laws.
     
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    I have not read the responses so I'm not sure if its been mentioned... Glock 26. With its flush mag it's easy to carry and also accepts larger glock mags making a some what full size gun.
     
  23. efeng9622

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    Wbwanzer,

    Yes, I am living in Virginia and not going to move to NY. I am sorry for confusing you. So far Virginia has no news to change gun law . Now I believe even FD government eventually passed new ban gun law. ( most likely not so easy), Virginia maybe doesn't 100% follow and execute that. I bought a 10 rounds magazine just for in case this kind of magazine becomes difficult to buy at that time.
     
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    Can anyone please tell me how I am supposed to clean a 17 round magazine that is permanently blocked to 10 rounds? That spring ain't coming out..When you practice at an outdoor range, you need to clean your mags..no way around it. I needed 2 extra mags and only could find a couple of blocked ones which work alright but now that they're dirty.....??HELP!
     
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    Are there drain holes in the mag body so you can flush w/non-chlorinated aerosol brake cleaner?
    Tomac
     
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