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The "9" Club

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by o/u mike, Oct 10, 2007.

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  1. o/u mike

    o/u mike Member

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    Well...

    We seem to have a consistent "Club" formation momentum going here, but mostly about the Mfr's. How about "Number 9, Number 9..." in honor of my birth (and John Lennon's too, if you like the Beatles...) So to get it started, here's a pic of my 9's.
     

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  2. Walkalong

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    Nice set of nines there o/u mike.

    My latest 9 - It will keep my Bennelli and my EMP company. Yea, I like the Beatles too.

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  3. o/u mike

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    Thanks!

    Here's some closeups in order of acquisition...
     

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  4. o/u mike

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    ...the new Sig

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  5. o/u mike

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    Bump

    Bttt
     
  6. Landric

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    Here are mine:

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  7. o/u mike

    o/u mike Member

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    Landric...
    You need to tell us what they are!
     
  8. Landric

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    OK, Sorry:

    The Berettas: M9, M9A1 (with light), 92FS, 92D Centurion, 92D Compact Type M.

    The S&Ws: 2 M&P9 Full-sizes, M&P9 Compact, 3953

    The other: FN P-35 Hi-Power Mk. III
     
  9. hemiram

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    Astra A-100:

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    Bernardelli P018 Compact:

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  10. denfoote

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    Lord!!
    I have so many 9mm pistols, I'd use up all the bandwidth showing them all!! :what:

    I'll just show off the one I carry.

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    Kahr MK9 Elite 98.
     
  11. RTFM

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    And here I thought the club faze had passed on THR.....
     
  12. Silvanus

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    I love the 9mm caliber, definitely my favourite.

    Glock 17
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    Belgium made HP
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  13. rdrancher

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    Silvanus - That pic of the BHP on the rocks is making me a little twitchy. Please send it to me asap so I can put it in a safe place. ;)

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  15. o/u mike

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    I'm Back...

    I neglected to understand the responsibilities of starting a "Club" on this forum. All of you, thank you for contributing. We who own a 9, appreciate it's advantages. #1, it's a great training platform after the .38 and the .22, so we can always introduce folks to shooting without the pain. Keep posting!!!
     
  16. Omaney

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    My two nines (for now). I don't know why the shot rotated...sorry.

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  17. bigred82

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    My three 9s so far:
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    SIG P226R Elite
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    Glock 19 2nd Gen
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    HK P2000 V3
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  18. spyderdude

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    Most of you, if not all of you know what a box stock 3rd gen G19 looks like, and that's my only 9mm for now.
     
  19. Silvanus

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    And what about the Glock?:rolleyes:

    But seriously, I was so afraid it would fall down and get scratched up :uhoh: (which it didn't, fortunately)



    Post your pictures anyway, Spyderdude, my 17 is nothing special either ;)
     
  20. Calhoun

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    Big Red82- Tell me about your P2000. I'm looking at those right now. How is the trigger? Thanks.
     
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    My Glock 19 and a S&W mod 60 with a 940 9mm cylinder installed.
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  22. gudel

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    There are so many 9mm guns, there's only so much space in a safe.
    I only keep the best of the best:

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  23. Setzer77

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    I had another, but I only kept this one. It won't be the last as I find 9mm to be the best caliber for me (until I find a better .45). Sufficient energy deposit, accuracy, recoil control, and capacity are why 9 is my choice.

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  24. megatronrules

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    Heres mine an HK P7 PSP love this gun shoots awsome,very accurate.
     

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  25. bigred82

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    The P2000 is a great little piece for CCW. If you are familiar with HK triggers, this still has the heavy 11.5lb DA trigger.
    This is my view on the trigger that I posted on Sigforum:
    I would suggest trying out the LEM trigger. Besides those two things though (trigger pull and trigger curvature) - I can't praise it enough.
     
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