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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by mr00jimbo, Oct 8, 2012.
Maybe a Beretta 92.
S&W M&P 9x19mm pistol. Very nice!
My favorite full sized 9mm was my Sig P226. What a sweet shooter. I will have another!
CZ75 Tactical Sport
Amazing 9mm handgun
That's a great handgun indeed.
well since Glock would not even make my list its easy for me its Steyr for polymer and Taurus PT99(i take this over the Beretta because its controls are in the right place) for metal/alloy or whatever.
I love BHPs, but they don't love me, as hammer bite is my constant companion.
The Sig P228 is an absolutely awesome 9mm, but not my favorite.
My S&W 6690, on the other hand, is the only 9mm I just can't bring myself to part with. Every time I consider trading or selling it, the urge leaves me within 30 seconds. It's a transition gun between the 2nd generation 669 and the 3rd generation 6906. It's more accurate than anything I've ever shot, reliable as Sunrise, and it ain't made of plastic.
With fewer than 900 made, you just don't come across them a lot. I think it's a keeper.
Definetly a Beretta 92 FS for me. IMO every bit as reliable as a Glock, and better looking too!
I'll take the CZ SP01.
love the BHP as well, never carry mine. I no longer carry "wet" pistols.
My Browning Hi-Power. My duty weapon as a Deputy Sheriff over 30 years ago. Without hesitation or reservation. Used Super-Vel ammo and the Hi-Power never failed me.
M&P9. I like it better than the G17, M6, and CZ75.
a 1911 in 9mm
CZ 85 Combat followed by BHP (mostly because 9mm BHP was just a bit too small for my hands).
Browning Hi Power. I also like the CZ 75.
This is my best 9mm I own. I'm still looking.
Another fan here....the Belgium Browning Hi Power is a classic IMO.
CZ 75 and 85
I have to give two answers:
polymer = PPQ
All metal = CZ 75