USPSA/IDPA 9mm Question

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      USPSA/IDPA 9mm Question

      A question for those with some IDPA/USPSA experience.

      This has probably been asked a thousand times....but;
      If you wanted to shoot the same 9mm in IDPA SSP and USPSA Production, and wanted the pistol to cost less that $650, which gun would you choose?

      Thanks in advance.

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      Smith & Wesson M&P

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      Smith & Wesson M&P or the Smith & Wesson M&P

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      S&W M&P, or Glock 17. I shoot the M&P.

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      Basicly any gun that will fit into SSP in 9mm will work in ipsc production.
      Glock
      Steyr
      S&W (sigma, m&p, classic da)
      Sig
      CZ
      Ruger P (or SR9)
      Barreta
      etc...

      go with whatever floats you boat and you shoot well/ feels good in your hand

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