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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by TheDreadnought, Feb 20, 2020.
Picked up a Hudson this weekend and gotta say the more I handle it the more I’m bummed they went under.
H&K P7M13. Hans Gruber’s gun.
1. I can't find a pic of the ceramic Glock model 7 John McClane was talking about & I'm not sure if it is 9mm but that would be my vote.
2. If James Bond's PPK was a 9mm...
In all seriousness, the original luger has to be my pick.
I'm with you, the gun feels fantastic in the hand, is nice and slim for carry and really does feel nice shooting, especially shooting rapid fire.
Too bad (or good) the one I did get a chance to shoot couldn't hold better than 4" at 7 yards, or I'd have one too.
The more I handle this one, the more I really like it's looks, cheese grader and all.
Beretta Cougar , very reliable and still has style.
Ahh memories , that gun had the smoothest action I have ever felt. another that was traded away in my youth before adopting my (will never sell or trade one of my guns ) rule.
My newest and sexy CZ , all steel and reliable as all
No question: Ilya Kuryakin's gun in The Man From Uncle back in the 60s. Not sure if it was a 9mm though ...
Here's a few of my different 9mm's , Jericho , CZ75 Compact and a Ruger P89. Dont laugh at the P89 , it will out shoot and perform most 9mm's and run fine along the most famous 9mm's there are .
I concur with the P.08 Luger. It looks very cool.
My second pick would be Glock 34.
Ruger P89 was my last duty pistol when I retired. Heavy, but very reliable and accurate.
They have aluminum frames, so not too heavy. I had a P90 for a while.
An AK pistol will ALWAYS win a "what's the coolest 9mm pistol" thread!!!
Shame on those posting pics of plastic guns in this thread!
I never had a cougar (pistol ) but have always admired them.