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Given an extra dough, which will you buy?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Valor1, Oct 11, 2004.

  1. Valor1

    Valor1 Range Bum

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    Just getting opinions. Assuming that all pistols are in good order and condition and you have the dough to get them, which will you choose and why? The gun will be for an all-around use. Thanks.

    - Beretta 92FS
    - CZ75B
    - Sig P226
    - Colt Gov't Model 1942 Vintage
     
  2. Longbow

    Longbow Millennium Member

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    ' can't beat a 9mm for all around use, cheap, easy to shoot and very easy to find. My vote goes to......actually its a toss between P226 and CZ75B. Your pick! :)
     

  3. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

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    sheeshay, di lang pampamilya, pang isports pa;z
     
  4. mikey177

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    None of the above. I'd get a Glock 17 to add to my collection :)

    My suggestion, get the one that fits your hand and has the best natural "pointability" for you.
     
  5. Valor1

    Valor1 Range Bum

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    All are good guns. all fit my hand well. all have good reputations. all have "support" from local parts sellers. more opinions?
     
  6. mikey177

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    If you get the Beretta, you could ask jerrytrini for tips on how to tune the trigger. He held a mini-lecture/gunsmithing course for a few BoGs the last time he visited RP.
     
  7. paltik45

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    - Colt Gov't Model 1942 Vintage [/B][/QUOTE]

    as usual mga Sir sa Quarenta y Singko pa rin ako;f especially if its made by SINGER :)
     
  8. New_comer

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    I'd get the SIG 226

    Not that the rest are bad choices.. It's just that I'm really a sucker for German "uber-engineered" pistols.

    Walther na lang, completo na ko. ;)
     
  9. mikol

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    if really given a "LOT" of extra money,i think i'll go for..... SIG-226 + CZ-75 or 85B + GLOCK 17 or 19 + para p14 lmtd. and baby desert eagle. well... it's just a fantasy ;Q why not include HKUSP,S_I & FN 5/7.;)
     
  10. Valor1

    Valor1 Range Bum

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    Thanks Mikol. But if I have so much money, I wouldn't be handling these guns, but my bodyguards will. I'll stay inside an airconditioned Abrams tanks with two lovely girls like Kristine Hermosa and Zhao Wei while they shoot it off with the bad guys.

    Thing is, these are the guns being offered to me and i can only pick one or I'll be shot to kingdom come.;)
     
  11. julianz

    julianz toxic master

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    hah. hah hah..

    hirap talagang magdecide ano ..i would take the Sig if i have enough PISO.^c
     
  12. Vault Keeper

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    The grip of the 92 FS is quite big (for my hands actually). But the balance is better....but change the original grip and use Hogue, problem solved!



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    Durability wise....no question for Sig....



    I'd go for the beretta....
     
  13. flyboy 1

    flyboy 1 Sir Yes Sir!!

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    I think it's quite obvious kung ano choice ko....hehehe ;f
     
  14. mikol

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    hi valor1, i agree with julianz that if i have that extra amount i'll go for sig-p226. but since i don't have i'll just get myself a clone from norinco... the NP-22 which is only 21k. just my 2cents. ;f
     
  15. Alexii

    Alexii Janeway Forever

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    If you don't choose the 1942 Colt, would you please send it to my direction? He he;f
     
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    bias ako kasi halos lahat ng pistols ko pang laro ko din....hmmm CZ and 226 lang ang choices ko..;)
     
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  18. Valor1

    Valor1 Range Bum

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    You said it right Julianz. Ako'y litong-lito at nahihilo. Pero malapit ng luminaw ang bolang kristal. Salamat sa inyong mga opinyon.
     
  19. 9MX

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    no doubt the Sigs are nice but very pricey. Based on performance, Glocks and CZ give the shooter more bang for the buck.

    2 cents lang:)
     
  20. vega

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    CZ75B in 40S&W.

    vega