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what poly 45 would YOU buy

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by briansp82593, Feb 27, 2007.

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What .45 Poly do you like?

  1. Beretta px4

    1.2%
  2. Springfield XD

    46.0%
  3. HK .45

    28.6%
  4. CZ polymer

    1.2%
  5. S&W M&P

    15.5%
  6. Glock 21

    14.7%
  7. FNP new .45

    5.6%
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  1. briansp82593

    briansp82593 Member

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    pick the gun that you think is best or will be 45 acp polys and just for any uses
     
  2. Black Majik

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    USPf .45
     
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  4. briansp82593

    briansp82593 Member

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    since i didnt specify which xd i will take the new compact one :evil: looks very cool espically in kens pics
     
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    Im kinda fond of mt Taurus PT145
     
  7. USMC Tanker

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    Springfield Armory XD, .45 ACP, 5 inch, dark earth frame!
     
  8. amprecon

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    Glock 21, I have bought and sold three of them over the years and just keep coming back. It's one fistfull of power, no denying that.
     
  9. GunNut

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    If money were no object: Hk USP45 - Expensive mags and expensive gun.

    If moneys tight: Glock 21 or SA XD45 - Cheaper gun and reasonably priced magazines.
     
  10. Ala Dan

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    Easy One Here

    Springfield Armory XD- .45 ACP~! ;) :D
     
  11. briansp82593

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    i likey this thanks to ken for the excellent pic
     

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    If money were no object: Hk USP45 - Expensive mags and expensive gun.

    If moneys tight: Glock 21 or SA XD45 - Cheaper gun and reasonably priced magazines.


    What he said. ^^^^^^^^
    -David

    P.S. Except to add: I'd rather have a non-polymer SIG p220.
    -D
     
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  13. shc1

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    13 rounds of 45acp, Springfield.:eek:
    Already had the 1911.:D
     
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    STI or USP

    David
     
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    The one I have: Glock 30.
     
  16. 10-Ring

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    My favorite polyguns come from H & K :cool:

    [​IMG]
     
  17. alucard0822

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    the USP is probably the best gun, the XD is the best value IMO
     
  18. hexidismal

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    Tough call. I would, if I could afford it, buy several of the .45s you have listed. I voted HK45, but I would certainly buy an XD and the new PX4.45. This is of course going only on your options, because in predictable THR fashion I'd probably buy a steel 1911 before any of these. Also I think the Ruger P345 should have been on that list.
     
  19. marksman13

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    +1 for the XD .45. I love mine. Accurate, reliable (zero malfunctions in 1500 rounds), and tough. These pistols are just as any polymer pistol on the market.
     
  20. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    I own an HK and the last plasty gun I will buy will be an XD.
     
  21. briansp82593

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    i guess no one likes the cz poly series
     
  22. GreenFurniture

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    Having handled and used the choices I would have to go with, in order:


    1. XD C

    2. USP C

    3. XD

    4. PX4

    5. G30

    6. USP F
     
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    I'd go with the M&P.
     
  24. dmftoy1

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    Springfield XD Hands down ....BUT you forgot the Taurus PT145 which is a close second in terms of "Poly" .45's.
     
  25. fattsgalore

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    I picked the FNP cause it's what i want in any pistol. It has a safety and SA/DA trigger. 14+1 is also an attractive prospect. I already know that availability and price will probally hinder that purchase though. I still want one.

    I'd also would have picked the M&P 45. After visting there website i noticed they actuall have two models.
    One plain jane black one, then(the one i would get) is the one tested for the military. With a tan frame and a manual safety. I carry at the 1 o'clock postion so a safety... you know what... just read my signiture, thats a fact not a statement.
     
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