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What is your favorite 9mm to shoot?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Got_Lead?, Sep 5, 2013.

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Which is your favorite 9mm to shoot?

Poll closed Oct 5, 2013.
  1. Beretta

    43 vote(s)
    9.1%
  2. Browning Hi Power

    68 vote(s)
    14.5%
  3. Glock

    85 vote(s)
    18.1%
  4. Springfield XD/XDm

    25 vote(s)
    5.3%
  5. CZ-75

    60 vote(s)
    12.8%
  6. Smith & Wesson M&P

    21 vote(s)
    4.5%
  7. Walther

    20 vote(s)
    4.3%
  8. Sig Sauer

    52 vote(s)
    11.1%
  9. Luger

    2 vote(s)
    0.4%
  10. Smith & Wesson 39, 59, etc

    24 vote(s)
    5.1%
  11. Revolver

    1 vote(s)
    0.2%
  12. Other

    69 vote(s)
    14.7%
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  1. *NOVA*

    *NOVA* Member

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    Same here! CZ75 BD Police model. About the only thing I'll change one day maybe is to get brighter night sites.
    All of the BHP responses make me want to check it out...
     
  2. armoredman

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    The P-35 HiPower is a good pistol. It has a 13 round magazine, which is where the name comes from - it was the biggest standard fit detachable magazine for the era. Single action, and the newer models have larger safeties, as IIRC, the originals were quite small. It's a contemporary of the 1911. :)
     
  3. Bentonville

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  4. jjones45

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    my one and only current 9mm, m&p9


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  5. okiewita40

    okiewita40 Member

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    I will pick my G19. I am good to go with it. After carrying one for 13 years you tend to become attached to them.
     
  6. SFsc616171

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    Browning Hi Power:
    Belgian-made MKII,
    Digicamo MKIII.
     
  7. capcyclone

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    Darn you guys! I haven't shot a Browning HiPower before - which likely means once I do, I'll want one based on the high acclaim its garnering here in this poll. :uhoh:
     
  8. Soldiernurse

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    I checked the box for the Hi Power and realized that I like shooting my PCR (CZ-75 compact) even more. I changed my vote to the CZ 75 tho I'd be happy with either one if I could only have 1. The PCR is lighter, smaller and more accurate, in my hands. There's something about it....
     
  10. cheep

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    Gonna have to say Beretta cause I don't have a High Power...
     
  11. Pukindog12

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    Walther P99 AS.
     
  12. tommyS4

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    Beretta PX4 Storm Sub Compact 9mm
     
  13. bikemutt

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    Springfield EMP, more fun than a barrel full of monkeys :)
     
  14. MinnesotaFats

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    hi power!! its the best 9.
     
  15. gloucestergarand

    gloucestergarand Member

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    My fun to shoot meter:
    1941 Luger
    CZ 75B
    Beretta 92F



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  16. Steve CT

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    I've shot about a dozen 9mm pistols, most of them personally owned.

    The survivor is a very "old school" S&W Model 59. Unfortunately, in CT it is no longer a carry gun for me, with the magazine capacity restriction.

    Once I had to choose between 10+1 in 9 mm or 8+1 in .45, my choice was clear.

    The 59 is still the "house gun", 14+1 backed up by another 14 with no "at home" magazine restrictions
     
  17. JDR

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    Browning Hi-Power, Gen 3 Glock 17, Sig P-225
     
  18. shooter_from_show-me

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    CZ SP-01 Phantom with my CGW goodies.

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  19. marv

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    I voted for other because you failed to include Ruger. Especially the Ruger P95.
     
  20. TennJed

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    I have never shot one myself, but I rarely here bad things about the SR9. People seem to love the way they shoot
     
  21. The Bushmaster

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    Firestar M43. A fun to shoot little gun and makes a very good carry weapon too.
     
  22. samurai

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    Just picked up a Glock 17L seems to be very accurate so far, close second would be M&P 5" Pro w/FSS trigger, 3rd would be be the 92FS.
     
  23. wow6599

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    So the question is:


    And a Glock is winning the poll......outstanding. So, a plastic 9mm with a mushy trigger is a favorite to shoot over firearms like the Sig P-210, P-226, Browning Hi-Power, CZ 75, Beretta 92, etc..

    Is it because I'm over 30 that I can't comprehend this?
     
  24. SharpsDressedMan

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    It all boils down to ownership. Simply, more people on this forum probably OWN a Glock. Given the availability and cost prohibitiveness of some of the other really NICE pistols out there, and there are just not as many in people's hands. That kind of messes up a comparison. Unless we all have access to ALL pistols, we may not know which one we prefer.
     
  25. Kaeto

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    I vote . . . PA-63!
     
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