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Old 07-06-2013, 16:34   #21
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out of this very limited selection, id pick #3... M&P 9c

I used to have the full size M&P 9 and it shot very well so I would expect the compact shoots well too.

If had the Sig p229 been in 9mm I may go with that one instead.
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Old 07-06-2013, 16:35   #22
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That big magazine bs only matters if you miss a lot, and who says that the enemy is going to let you get away with that, hmm? Is your home a good place for lots of bullets to be bouncing around? Do you really want to point your gun at everything at which you point a light? I don't.

If you will get a AA light that doesnt stupidly have its on/off switch on the butt cap, and has the switch where it SHOULD be,(ie, as a side button, not a sliding switch) your weak hand thumb can both hold the light and work the switch, and you wont have to alter your normal 2-handed grip at all. Much, much better deal than the contorted, weak firing position necessary with the buttcap type of light and switch.

Don't just blunder around your home with a light (attached to gun or not), asking to be shot or jumped, man. If you have the option, remove loud-hard soled or heeled footwear, turn on your HOUSE lights(preferably from cover) clear all the area you can, move to another point of cover, and continue clearing. If you hear or see anything that really does indicate enemy presence, then remain under cover, call the cops and WAIT for their arrival.

The only thing that justifies your leaving a barricaded safe position, is the need to go gather up loved ones and bring them to the safe room. If the issue is outside, let it STAY outside, and you stay inside. The odds for you are very bad if you go out there, and losses to property are what insurance and tax writeoffs are FOR.

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Old 07-06-2013, 16:36   #23
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Old 07-06-2013, 17:01   #24
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Old 07-06-2013, 17:11   #25
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Old 07-06-2013, 17:11   #26
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If you were limited to just one handgun and you HAD to pick from the following firearms, which would you go with? This would be for home defense, carry, ....any and all purposes.

1. S&W 1911SC E Series .45
2. Ruger SR1911 Commander .45
3. S&W M&P 9c 9mm
4. S&W M&P 40c .40
5. Sig Sauer P229 .40
6. Ruger SR9c 9mm
7. Ruger SR40c .40

Just those, no other choices. What would you go with?

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Either M&Pc, the chambering dependent upon ammunition availability and shooter ability.
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Old 07-06-2013, 17:18   #27
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I guess I'd take the commander 1911, since I carry a 1911 now.
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Old 07-06-2013, 17:23   #28
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It has to be a pocket pistol. That is the most common NEED of a gun, so that is what you are stuck with. The other stuff is just "wants", and can therefore safely be "done without". If you want to hunt plink, then get a Keltec Pf9 and the Twisted Industries .22 conversion unit for same. I prefer the Kahr CM9. It's quite the superior gun, especially if you load it properly. Since the choices presented are not pocket pistols, you are not thinking clearly about what is needed.
Seriously?

This is some of the dumbest nonsense I've heard here in a while...
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Old 07-06-2013, 17:29   #29
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Glock 32, but it's hard not to pick the Glock 20.
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Old 07-06-2013, 17:34   #30
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oh yeah? After you've got the tens of thousands of hours of experience and study of the subject that I have, you'll see that I'm correct. 45 years, that is. 150+ combat matches, had to point a gun at men 5x, taken hundreds of animals with ccw guns and loads, scores of students trained, read every gun book you ever heard of, (and scores that you haven't) thousands of gun magazines read, thousands of hours on the Net on these forums, hundreds of hours of trainiing in logic, debate, and how to do research. So lets SEE what you've GOT in the way of "rebuttal" to what i've said here, hmm? Fat chance that it;s anything but the refuge of scoundrels.

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Old 07-06-2013, 17:38   #31
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oh yeah? After you've got the tens of thousands of hours of experience and study of the subject that I have, you'll see that I'm correct.
Maybe when I grow up, I'll see things in the same twisted way...

A KelTec PF9 for hunting and plinking? Are you friggen kidding me?

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Old 07-06-2013, 17:41   #32
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oh yeah? After you've got the tens of thousands of hours of experience and study of the subject that I have, you'll see that I'm correct. 45 years, that is. 150+ combat matches, had to point a gun at men 5x, taken hundreds of animals with ccw guns and loads, scores of students trained, read every gun book you ever heard of, (and scores that you haven't) thousands of gun magazines read, thousands of hours on the Net on these forums, hundreds of hours of trainiing in logic, debate, and how to do research. So lets SEE what you've GOT in the way of "rebuttal" to what i've said here, hmm? Fat chance that it;s anything but the refuge of scoundrels.


You've got me beat, I'm afraid. Maybe your infinite wisdom and knowledge can help some of us here...









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Old 07-06-2013, 17:55   #33
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oh yeah? After you've got the tens of thousands of hours of experience and study of the subject that I have, you'll see that I'm correct. 45 years, that is. 150+ combat matches, had to point a gun at men 5x, taken hundreds of animals with ccw guns and loads, scores of students trained, read every gun book you ever heard of, (and scores that you haven't) thousands of gun magazines read, thousands of hours on the Net on these forums, hundreds of hours of trainiing in logic, debate, and how to do research. So lets SEE what you've GOT in the way of "rebuttal" to what i've said here, hmm? Fat chance that it;s anything but the refuge of scoundrels.
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Old 07-06-2013, 17:58   #34
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If I could only have one handgun I would pick my Glock 26 no question. Small enough to conceal, just as shootable/accurate as a full size handgun, and can accept high cap mags.

The closest thing out of your options is the S&W M&P 9c so that is what I would go with.
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Old 07-06-2013, 18:01   #35
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Bac, kussor is our newest troll. Check out some of his other posts. There is a theory that he may be 2bb.
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Old 07-06-2013, 18:07   #36
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Bac, kussor is our newest troll. Check out some of his other posts. There is a theory that he may be 2bb.
Yeah, I checked out a few of his posts. He won't be around long...
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Old 07-06-2013, 18:17   #37
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M&P9c off of that meager list.
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Old 07-06-2013, 18:26   #38
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oh yeah? After you've got the tens of thousands of hours of experience and study of the subject that I have, you'll see that I'm correct. 45 years, that is. 150+ combat matches, had to point a gun at men 5x, taken hundreds of animals with ccw guns and loads, scores of students trained, read every gun book you ever heard of, (and scores that you haven't) thousands of gun magazines read, thousands of hours on the Net on these forums, hundreds of hours of trainiing in logic, debate, and how to do research. So lets SEE what you've GOT in the way of "rebuttal" to what i've said here, hmm? Fat chance that it;s anything but the refuge of scoundrels.
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Old 07-06-2013, 18:35   #39
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If you were limited to just one handgun and you HAD to pick from the following firearms, which would you go with? This would be for home defense, carry, ....any and all purposes.

1. S&W 1911SC E Series .45
2. Ruger SR1911 Commander .45
3. S&W M&P 9c 9mm
4. S&W M&P 40c .40
5. Sig Sauer P229 .40
6. Ruger SR9c 9mm
7. Ruger SR40c .40

Just those, no other choices. What would you go with?

Thanks,
From that list, I guess I'd go with #3 or #4, but that's a pretty crappy list IMO.
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Old 07-06-2013, 18:46   #40
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oh yeah? After you've got the tens of thousands of hours of experience and study of the subject that I have, you'll see that I'm correct. 45 years, that is. 150+ combat matches, had to point a gun at men 5x, taken hundreds of animals with ccw guns and loads, scores of students trained, read every gun book you ever heard of, (and scores that you haven't) thousands of gun magazines read, thousands of hours on the Net on these forums, hundreds of hours of trainiing in logic, debate, and how to do research. So lets SEE what you've GOT in the way of "rebuttal" to what i've said here, hmm? Fat chance that it;s anything but the refuge of scoundrels.
You are an idiot. Does your mommy know you're on her computer down in the basement?

"... hundreds of hours of trainiing in logic, debate, and how to do research. So lets SEE what you've GOT in the way of "rebuttal" to what i've said here, hmm? Fat chance that it;s anything but the refuge of scoundrels."

Really? You have ZERO debating skills. Your spelling and grammar is on par with a pretty dumb 6 year old. I am calling you a straight up liar about any of your listed "skills" and damn sure calling you a HUGE liar about the time spent shooting, "trainiing" and pretty much everything else you've said. What a clown.
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