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Stoeger Cougar 9x19mm Pistol

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by faizi, Feb 2, 2009.

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  1. faizi

    faizi Member

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    Guys what r ur comments about this pistol as a concealed carry weapon.
    i will highly appreciate.
     
  2. SW9VEman

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    If you like the size of the Beretta cougar, then this one will be just fine. It is the same gun since Stoeger bought the presses from Beretta to make the gun.
     
  3. iafirebuff

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    I handled one in a local gunshop - I LOVE it! It is a little on the large size cor conc carry I think. But I have big hands and it would fit my just fine - heavier and rugged feeling.
     
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    Better than that, Stoeger is part of Beretta and except for being made in Turkey and a different name on the slide it's the same gun as the old Beretta Cougar. I carry a 9mm Beretta Mini Cougar on duty and I am very happy with it. It has been 100% reliable, it is very accurate, and it is easy shooting, even with +P+ ammo. IMO, the only thing Stoeger could do to improve on it would be to bring back the Mini, it's much easier to carry concealed.
     
  5. Weedmonk

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    I have a Beretta 8000D (DAO Cougar in 9mm). It is a fantastic handgun. Although the trigger has long pull - it is butter smooth. Have never had a problem with feeding/ejection. Personally, I prefer the Cougar over the Beretta 92/96 largely because of its more compact size and better ergonomics.
     
  6. Seven©

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    I got the Stoeger in .40. Have had it a little over a year.
    Zero problems. Love it.

    The only downside is finding accessories.
    Anything that works for a Beretta (grips, holsters) will work for the Stoeger. But, there still isn't a huge selection.

    I bought a holster from Fist. http://www.fist-inc.com/
     
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