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Your Reliable 9mm Tack Driver?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by pokerdaddy, Jul 10, 2008.

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  1. pokerdaddy

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    Exluding heavily customized guns, which is your most reliable 9mm tack driver? The gun with reliability and ACCURACY you just love.
     
  2. R&J

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    My G17--11,000+ rounds without a hiccup! It's a tack driver in good hands!

    I added DP FO/Adj sights and a Hogue grip.

    Judy's G19 is equally worthy.

    --Ray
     
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    Period. :D
     
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    My stock CZ 85.
     
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    I have not yet fired my new-to-me Kahr, but of the others, it's the Browning BPM (which feels sort of loose, but send bullets, on a good day, right where I'm thinking) and my Cz75, which does the same, perhaps even more so.

    timothy
     
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    SIG-Sauer P-226. Hands-down.

    One of my Beretta 92FS pistols is pretty good, too.
     
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    I had always heard that 9mm wasn't powerful enough to drive tacks.:neener:












    Actually, I rather like 9mm, but it's late and I'm easily amused.
     
  18. UnTainted

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    I'd have to say my W.German Sig P228 takes the cake for accuracy in my humble 9mm collection.

    I might venture to say that part of successfully driving the tacks is a well-balanced hammer. The 228 guys know what I mean. ;)
     
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    I dont have one yet but oneday!
     
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    CZ P-01. With out a doubt.
     
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    Well, actually my Colt Combat Commander, but I don't think that fits the OP's guidelines.
     
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    A lot of guys laugh, since I'm a 1911 and revolver guy, but my Beretta 92FS takes the gold in 9mm. I've never owned a more reliable, and more accurate 9mil with such a wide variety of loads.
     
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