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    Highest Quality Pistol money can buy

    Hi there, I'm just about turning the big 40 and about to choose the highest quality pistol money can buy
    I prefer 9mm cartridge

    My possible choices are the Korths, Sphinx's, Korriphila's or the SIG P210-8

    If there are any other quality pistols i should look into before commiting all my money down, please post up

    Oh, and i look for Accuracy, Reliability, and Feel of the pistol as utmost importance.

    POST PICS WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!!!

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    The only other one I would add to your list is the Pardini. You can see a pic of it over at the larrysguns.com site.

    Some would argue that the S&W 952 Performance Center and the high-end Sig 9mm (can't think of the model no.) could be included in a list like yours. Check their respective websites as well.....

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    Tack,

    I have a Beretta Px4 9mm. I consider it to be of superb quality. I do not know how it could possibly be improved in any way. Right out of the box, I put 13 of 17 rounds in a 1 inch group from 10 yards. It is a very comfortable gun, with interchangable back straps for different hand sizes. The price of a gun does not always reflect what it should be worth....just MO

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    I can't help you with that, because I've never had my hands on such a masterpiece of beauty and engineering as you seem to desire.

    However, if money is no object, there are quite a few quality off-the-shelf guns that can be made to shoot as well as anything made, by a good gunsmith. My personal abilities would never merit the extra expense, but I know that there are a few people out there who can shoot well enough to benefit from handguns with enhanced accuracy.

    Of course, if you just want an unmatched beauty, to keep in the safe, I can understand that, too.

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    Pick one up for me while you are at it.

    http://www.sigsauer.com/Products/Sho...8&productid=88

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
    What's that about Todd????

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    It means I'm not actively participating, but I am watching this thread closely.

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    lol, whatever you say captain!

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    Did someone say something they shouldn't have? Hope it wasn't me.

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    Relax. If anyone said anything they would have been notified. I'm just watching to learn more about the uber high-end guns. I have nothing to add, so a quick "watching" smiley is my way of subscribing to the thread.

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    Well I've shot a rare SiG P210-8, the man allowing me to shoot the beautiful pistol said it was a newer model,an american feature on it with a thumb magazine release. Shot 2.5" at 60 yards. Best i ever shot.

    I was also gracious to shoot a sphinx3000, probably the best handgun ive ever shot if it came to a combat pistol chambered in 9mm.

    Difference is the SIG is going for around $1400.00 more.


    I've shot 3 SIG X-Fives, they too are a pleasure to shoot, but they're more of an audi r8 then a McClaren.

    I consider the SIGp210-8, SPHINX3000 the McClarens of the cars.


    Anyways, I've just taken care of the many chores I have on the month, and saved up a good $4200.

    Still can't decide though.

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    You've got them all on pins & needles Todd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLB View Post
    You've got them all on pins & needles Todd!
    All I wanted to do was watch the thread and thought I'd not use the standard "guy eating popcorn" smiley. Guess I learned my lesson.

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    A simple question. Which 9x19mm pistol iis the most accurate by all standards?.

    That is the pistol i will commit to.

    Thank you

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    looked more like a "I'm watching you, so watch what you say" animation.

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    OK, I'm going back and editing it so there's no more confusion.

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    Lmfao

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    TackDriver, the most accurate pistol in 9mm I have ever shot is an AR-15 with a cheek pad and short barrel. I don't remember the brand (I think Rock River) but I fell in love and have been trying to buy it from him ever since. It's fun as hell to shoot but good luck finding a holster!! I think you can pick one up new for around $1200. It's not the most expensive but they are very cool IMO.

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    To answer your question Tack, the most accurate (it was also beautiful) 9mm pistol I have ever shot, other than my Beretta, was a 1911 style STI. It had trigger work done to it, upgraded barrel, and a few other things I am not sure about. The gun was originally purchased at around 1400, and he had about 1000 put into it afterwards. I can probably get more specifics for you if you need them.

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