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    Quote Originally Posted by austin88 View Post
    anybody have any experience with the ruger p95 i was just looking at one today and it was very affordable and felt nicei n my hand
    I have read that they are nice guns but are not the easiest to field strip.
    I prefer guns that don't require any tools to field strip. and it sounds like the P95 does require tools or a tool to do that.


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    Ok I found this video on Youtube of fieldstriping the P95 and it does not require tools. Not sure where I read that but it was obviously wrong.
    Actualy the take down on a P95 is kind of like the 1911.
    But any who. here is the url to the video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKf8KNsUwf8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teuthis View Post
    Browning Hi-Power. There is no better combat 9mm.
    Love to have one of these but the hammer bite is a B!t(h, if they made them with 1911 style beaver tails I'd pick one up but I have yet to find a true HiPower with a Beaver tail. Or if they made a grip add on.
    Take the grips of, slide this add on that has the beaver tail on it over the back of the frame and put the grips back on and screw down.

    Looks good and works like a charm. Not a permanent adjustment, easily removed and requires no gun smithing. Pity no one makes anything like this.

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    I think the more common solution to those bitten by a BHP is to replace the hammer with a commander style (rounded) hammer.

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    so i got to the gun shop and held many of these guns you guys suggested and i went ahead and put half down on a cz 85 it just fit my hand so nice and its such a good looking gun IMO

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    I carried this as a back up as a police officer.

    S&W 5906



    Notice bobbed hammer.

    SA/DA

    De-cocker

    smooth trigger.


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    Glock 9mm or S&W M&P. Relatively inexpensive, can take a beating and will go bang every time. Exactly what I look for in a carry piece.

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    Well up jumped the devil.

    For the past several weeks I been actively looks for a "modern" 9mm.

    I narrowed it down to a Glock 17, a Beretta PX4, a S&W M&P and a Springfield XD.

    Here's what I decided on and bought last night.



    Springfield XDm in 9 mm.




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    I have a CZ-P-01 and a STI Guardian. Both are very nice CCW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by austin88 View Post
    ok guys im not going to lie here i could really care a less what you have to say about my avatar big whoop its unloaded with no mag and pointing at a camera with nobody behind it do you really think im stupid enough to get my buddy and say "hey great idea let me slap a mag in put a round in the chamber and i'll point it at you while you take a picture" come on now. really!!! im not a moron stick to the topic
    I thought it was a guy in a motorcycle....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilR. View Post
    Hope I don't burst a bubble, but the PPK is not made in 9mm.
    It's actually made in 9mm kurz, also known as .380 ACP. Just not in 9mm Parabellum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dondavis3 View Post
    Well up jumped the devil.

    For the past several weeks I been actively looks for a "modern" 9mm.

    I narrowed it down to a Glock 17, a Beretta PX4, a S&W M&P and a Springfield XD.

    Here's what I decided on and bought last night.



    Springfield XDm in 9 mm.



    nice purchase i was looking at these too...when i get to the gun shop i just want to buy everything i see right there and then

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    just picked it up this morning

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