I bought a S&W Sigma 40 earlier this year as my first gun and after a spring change I like it. Now, with all the talk going around about future gun sales and such, I think I want to buy a second gun. I think I'v decided I want something a bit bigger than the .40 so I'm thinking about a .45. Now, the million dollar question, which one? M&P? XD? Glock?
Just hold the M&P in your hand and then make your desision.
Get a Wilson Combat KZ45
Looks like I've decide to get a Kimber. I'm looking at the Crimson Custom Carry II, anyone have thoughts for or against? Are the laser grips just a gimmick and another model in the same price range shoot better?
Some useful references on the benefits of a laser sight, especially as a training aid. Also a free DVD on the use of the laser. You can also watch the video online.
As for laser grips, it depends on the use of the gun. I had laser grips on a Beretta 96 and I never really used them at all since most of my shooting is done at an outdoor range. However, I recently bought a tactical laser/light rail attachment for my Sigma which I use as my HD gun. I think this setup is more optimal for a nightstand gun as a laser doesn't illuminate your target but the laser/light will do both at the same time.
I own a Glock 30 and 36 .I like them both . So ,Glock Glock Glock !!
Looking around a ammo I keep seeing .45 ACP+P, and claims should be used in a firearm rated for +P. What's the deal with +P ammo?
I'm on the way to Birmingham to a gun show, hopfully I can find a Crimson Custom so I don't have to buy one online.
Out of those you mentioned I'd lean to the M&P..But if I was to want ot get a 45 and didn't have one it would be a 1911. For me the only thing better than a 1911 is having two 1911's