View Poll Results: Favorite Handgun!

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  • CZ 75

    108 9.22%
  • Glock

    231 19.73%
  • Springfield XD

    199 16.99%
  • Taurus PT 24/7

    24 2.05%
  • Beretta 92 FS

    131 11.19%
  • Ruger P89/95/SR9

    71 6.06%
  • Used (post you suggestion if you vote for this)

    13 1.11%
  • None of these (post your suggestion if you vote for this)

    394 33.65%
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    Hk Usp

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    I voted Glock but am also VERY fond of my SIG p-6. It's really unfair for me to cast a vote when I haven't held, shot, or owned all of them (yet.)

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    Heckler & Koch USP Compact, P200SK, HK45C


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    FN/Browning Hi-Power or Commander sized 1911.

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    Favorite 9mm - FNP-9

    I would have to go with the FNP-9. I think it is the best value out there for the money. It's extremely accurate but more importantly it is the most reliable handgun I have ever owned. It will chew any ammo you feed it. Not to mention take down is ridicously simple.

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    Witness 9mm, XD .45.

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    Glock 17 or 22 are my fav's at the moment.

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    Thumbs up CZ 75 a GREAT gun!

    Well, 21 CZ 75 lovers out there can't be all wrong. I shot my CZ 75 B tonight at the range . I like it more and more every time I shoot it. Tried those "plastic" guns, but no love for me... make mine STEEL please.


    Waiting for a used Hi-Power 9mm I bought. Pick it up in a week (live in CA, have waiting periods that will stop a horse ).

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    night stand Hi-Point 45 and a Riot 870 with a 10 shot tube.

    Hip causal MAK and soon a Kel-Tec 32 Dress S&W VE40 Sigma

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    Sig 229

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    Colt 1911's????????

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    I like 1911's, just because. But my CZ-75 is very close behind, as the gun I enjoy shooting most. On the other hand, if I should ever have to defend myself, I want the XD45.

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    Glock G23 or G19. Plenty of gun to get the job done and still small enough to conceal.

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    For concealed carry you might want to consider what trigger format you're most comfortable with - single action (SA), carrying cocked and locked; double action/single action (DA/SA); double action only (DAO).

    DA/SA and DAO don't require taking the gun off safety before firing. A SA does. If you practice, any of these will work for you, but it's something to consider as you work your way down the decision tree.

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    CPO SiG P228. $525 delivered a couple of years ago.

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    I voted Glock because a Glock 17 is all I have at the moment.

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    9mm glocks 17 and 26.

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    currently,my walther 3rd. gen. p99 AS in 9mm.it's the sweetest DA/SA i've ever had.the DA is light,progresive with a clean break and i'm quick and accurate with it.the SA is simply breath taking!

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    ...I like the Taurus PT99 that I picked up. I appreciate the ability to adjust the rear sight...

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    I gotta go with an H&K USPsc in any caliber. I also love the Beretta PX4 Storm in .40 and the PX4 Storm-SC in 9mm. H&K takes a slight edge over the PX4's in my opinion since it has proven durability in my experience (had mine over 11 years) but price wise I would go with Beretta.

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