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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by 12131, Jan 17, 2010.
Not the 9mm, but the .45. Experience? Thanks.
ETA: the Carbine, not the Pistol.
A friend has the 9mm and I liked it. I was hot to buy the 45 but the magazine availability was limited. I ended up buying the Thompson, which is an entirely different gun.
for me based on magazine options the 9mm is the only choice. i have a 9mm and .40, never fired the .40 and it's now for sale. the 9mm has pretty much been flawless.
Mine is a .40. Totally reliable, easy to handle, and accurate.
You can't go wrong with any of them. The only downside to the 45 acp version is the capacity of the mags, unless of course you are restricted anyway. The 9mm has the option for 20 round mags. The 9mm and 40 versions have more pistols that take the same mags and are more readily available I have found. Ammo. is also cheaper and in my area and super easy to find at Wally World,especially 40 s&w ammo. for whatever reason. They are a flat shooting carbine and have a nice,comfortable feel to them.
Yep, that's the biggest negative. Would be nice if someone (Mec-Gar, if you're reading) makes a 30-round mag for it, like the Tommy gun.
The 40 also has 20 round mags. I've got a couple and feed reliably.