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Other 9mm pistols

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Kiddo, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. Kiddo

    Kiddo

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    For people who dislike Glocks but want a 9mm, what are their other options? The model must more or less have the same amount of parts availability in the Philippines.
     
  2. Arpee

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    CZ75. I've been using CZ75BD for the past three years and had it repaired once in PBDionisio when I had a decocker problem. So far so good.
    :)
     

  3. jundeleon

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    CZ75 / 85 / P01
    Tanfoglio
    Armscor 1911 9mm
    Walther P99
    Sig 226 / 229
    Beretta 92fs
    Jericho 941
     
  4. KevlarSix

    KevlarSix Senior Member

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    A Walther P99 pistol, Sig Sauer P226 or the HK's USP would be a good alternatives.
     
  5. foxyyy

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    The CZ-SP01 is definitely one in my waiting list. 18rounder siya. Good for Production Level if you intend to shoot your carry gun in competitions every once in awhile.
     
  6. SIGSAREBETTER

    SIGSAREBETTER Teh Pieman

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    Any SIG, especially the 226 and Pro, HK USP/USPc, Beretta 92/PX4 Storm, CZs, Smith and Wesson M&P, etc.
     
  7. vega

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    What is it that you don't like about Glocks? Is it the grip?
    Try XD or Steyr, they're a lot comfortable compared to Glocks.
     
  8. isuzu

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    I'd like an NZ85 or a 1911 in 9mm from Twin Pines.
     
  9. arnoldb74

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    I've a S&W 3913 TSW. Nice grip and overall size for concealed carry. Recently used it in an idpa match. I also like the magazine disconnect feature, and it can also be chambered with the safety on.

    arnoldb
     
  10. vega

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    arnold - How did you execute the "hammer down" command with your S&W?
    I like to get the S&W MP but the safety disconnect swayed me away.
     
  11. arnoldb74

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    Hi! "Hammer down" on the 3913 is executed by switching safety lever to on-position. The pistol is pretty accurate and reliable. It feeds on just about anything. I haven't had a single malfunction. But they're new MPs look interesting.

    Thanks.

    arnoldb
     
  12. Toledo

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    I have a CZ 75B in single action and is
    by far more accurate than my glock 19. Can;t
    go wrong with the CZ 75. I don't know about
    its availability in the Philippines but I also
    like the Browning Hipower...not as accurate but
    fits my hand like a glove.
     
  13. Pepe308

    Pepe308 Noypi

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    Is the SP01 already available here sir? How much is the unit price?
     
  14. Kiddo

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    I like my Glock a lot! The question is for a friend who dislikes it and is looking for another alternative 9mm. How is the parts availability and price of the Beretta 92FS and Walther P99? CZs are already more expensive than Glocks!
     
  15. jundeleon

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    Walther P99 parts are available at PB dionisio or Twin Pines.
    Great gun in terms of ergonomics, weight, compactness/easy to carry, and mag capacity (16 plus 1). It can shoot lead with its conventional rifling.
    However, its very picky when it comes to ammo. The unit I owned for several years wouldn't cycle some hollowpoints. And the trigger in da/sa mode takes a lot of getting used too. The DA pull is long and in SA mode, the creep/take up is terrible.
    The rail is proprietary so light/laser options are limited.
    Sold mine for Php 36k last year. Bought it for about Php28K in 1999. Brand new price now is about Php 45k to Php 62k.

    The Beretta 92FS is a stout gun but a very sturdy and reliable pistol. Grip is rather large and the safety is difficult to operate for those with small hands. Parts should be available, I guess, in most gunshops or through the net. Sells for about Php 50k to Php 60k brand new.
     
  16. 941f

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    I have both CZ75B and Jericho 941f.
    Mas gusto ko ang Jerico dahil mas accurate at maganda ang grip.
    Reliability wise CZ75 po, dahil kahit buntis ay walang problema.
    Both pistols I have are stocked. Wala pang nasisira since.
    Parehong matibay. I cant remember haw many rounds ang naiputok na for almost 10 years.
    Matibay talaga.