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    DevilsJohnson is offline Senior Member
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    Depending on the weapon a 40 can be a very easily managed recoil. If you and your wife have fired the round and you liked it more than the 9mm models then it is worth the ammo cost difference. One should get what they are most comfortable with. If money was the proper defining factor we all would have must less expensive weapons. and they all would be wit the cheapest ammo.

    Everyone is going to have a preference and that is going to be what they say is best. But it wont be everyone using your weapon. It will be your wife and yourself. It sounds like you are trying to do your research. That's great. Many put more effort into buying a TV and it's ...well it's just a TV. You wont call on it to save you.

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    love 9mm

    i own several, way too many, 9mm,also 38spl, they are the largest caliber i can handle well, literaltrance was quite thorough in his explanation,i find anything larger than a 9mm i give up too much in exchange.i do have a judge but for different reasons.
    have a look at s&w sigma sw9ve,my opinion best value if money is a consideration.you will get used to the trigger pull. ($340+-)
    also, i love my taurus pt609,titanium.
    i am new to this site but i have really seen some useful info.thanks all


    pat

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    I have owned the SR9,it is a great gun for the money,I think its only drawback for me was lack of aftermarket sights,Hard for my eyes to pick up the sights quickly enough.but they are accurate.and good for the money for sure.

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    I personally feel that u can't go wrong w/any Sig.They are very good & reliable guns.I own one & would love to be able to buy another one sometime in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griffon23 View Post
    So we went out today and got a chance to fire an XD9 which felt sooo much better then a Glock to both of us. I was afraid they would feel similar but we both liked the way the XD fired much more then the Glock and some others we've shot.

    One new dilemma that we ran into is that one of the range attendants recommended we get the XD in a .40 whether we go with a XD or XDM. Now I hadn't really considered this before but I'm not really sure why. What we were told is the recoil isn't much worse then the 9mm and some people actually shoot better with a .40 pistol. Unfortunately they had no .40 available in any XD models, but we did fire a HK .40 just to test the feel. My wife was fine with it, she was actually expecting it to be much worse.

    So now my main decision is XD vs. XDM and what caliber. I know the XDM differences aren't so amazing that they're better then getting aftermarket pieces, but for now the extended capacity and feel of both the trigger and grip were nice, just not positive if it's worth an extra $100.
    How did the XD compare with the SR9 in ergonomics, weight and recoil? Thanks.

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    The 9 is fine, and I don't think the P250 is striker fired

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