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Shot the new Stoeger Cougar today!!!!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by DaveShooter, Jan 10, 2010.

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  1. DaveShooter

    DaveShooter Member

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    I picked up my 9mm Cougar 8000 last weekend at my dealer. Finally got a chance to fire some rounds through her besides the cold weather. I ran 30 rounds of american eagle and 50 rounds of remington hardball ammo in 115 gr. Folks from the little i shot this puppy she rocks for sure. Not one issue so far of any kind. Very nice shooter all the way around....:D:D:D
     
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  3. W.E.G.

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    pic from the net
     

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  4. COgunner

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    Good choice, Dave. I've had one for a couple of years now. I think it's a really nice shooter, especially for the price.
     
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    It's always nice when you buy a new gun and have a good first range session with it, congrats!

    The Cougar has interested me for a long time, it's a fact that the Turks make really good guns.
     
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    Nice! I didn't know or realize that Stoeger was making it for Berettea now. Congrats on the new toy!
     
  7. wbwanzer

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    Here's a picture for ya with Beretta grips added. I like this gun very much as well. Edited to add: I'm not the OP.
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    It's a great gun.
    I really enjoy mine.
    congrats!
     
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    Nice coice of grips! Congrats on the new gun!
     
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    Wonder if they have a 10 round mag for the People's Republik...:(
     
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    My nipples went hard.
     
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    Glad you like it! I used to have one in .40 S&W but I got rid of it when I switched over to 9mm. I may just pick one up in 9mm one of these days
     
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    Good gun. In my mits, the most comfortable handgun on the market, second only to the legendary Hi-Power.
     
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    Have both 9mm & .40SW. Both are excellent. You won't be disappointed
     
  15. DaveShooter

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    I hear tell they will be bringing out the 45 at least that is the talk I hear on the net.
    Hey aji which do you like the best 9 or the 40?
    Thanks
     
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    I picked one up at a gun show a few months ago. It was an original Beretta... stainless, made in Italy. The pistol in NIB condition, original box, papers and 5 mags was $475. Not a screaming deal... but a hard to find model.

    Great gun.
     

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    stevemis, great catch. Italian Inox like NIB, 5 mags for $475. I think it's great deal. Why can't I find those? :banghead:
     
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    I have one in .40 that I only care for so-so. For some reason the trigger doesn't agree with me and I have a tendency to pull the shots off target a hair....Turned it into a truck gun.
     
  19. DaveShooter

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    hey stevemis you run across anymore of those deals by all means let me and others know!!!!! ha ha Man that is a heck of a deal in stainless nib you cannot beat that for sure.
     
  20. DaveShooter

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    I love those wood grips man is that a pretty piece.
     
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