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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by mr00jimbo, Oct 8, 2012.
4.5 MM is a 1.77 air rifle. .45 MM would be .177" That is a small bore.
25.4mm = 1 inch
I agree. I carried this handgun almost every day for 20 years. Can't improve on what you wrote.
The Beretta M-9 / 92FS. It doesn't get much better than this.
An Arcus 94, a Bulgarian copy of a Browning Hi-Power. A joy to shoot, wonderfully accurate.
For plain-clothes/ccw your PPQ is very good. I f I were to retire my Glock 26, it would be for a Walther PPS 9mm or Beretta Nano
Smith and Wesson 952
Smith & Wesson 39-2, IMHO the best looking pistol they ever designed, bar none. Obtained in 1972 when the Sheriff's Dept. transitioned from .357 Magnum revolvers to 9mm pistols. It's the only 9mm I've ever owned and it's still in use today.
My second favorite is my S&W Sigma 9mm.
That's one of my favorites as well.
beretta 92 cuz it feels solid in the hands & it makes me look good @ the range. seriously the most fun & pleasant pistol to shoot in the collection, barring a .22.
-In 9mm the only alternative for me is the Browning HP w/extended abidextrous safeties. I'd consider a Colt Commander but want the extra ammo of the P35.
-No Beretta 92 for me: I carried one in the Army & they did not enjoy a good reputation. I bought a Taurus 92 because of the placement of the safety.
-As a 45ACP second choice I'll stay with the M1911 w/ambi safeties.
-I haven't tried the ParaOrdnance P14; my Glock 30 is enough for me.
Always wanted one of these. Expensive for a 9mm, so that's why I go Glock for daily carry.
Handgun of the year 1993, the Firestar M43.
but I like high Powers, glocks, Berettas and sigs also