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    If you could only keep one of your handguns which one would you keep and why?

    Personally I would keep my Beretta 92fs over my M&P 40 and colt gold cupFor capacity, accuracy, and general comfort overall.

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    I would keep my SA XD40 SC, as it is my EDC and I carry it everyday.

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    Beretta PX4, capacity and grip.

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    What?
    You're asking me to choose among my children?

    What is this, a handgun forum, or the road show of Sophie's Choice?


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    Well,,, since I only have 2 hand guns. I'd have to choose my M&P .40 over my GP 100 due to the capacity, weight, grip, caliber, and ease of concealment.

    BTW, my new M&P .40 has had 300+ rounds through it in the past 10 days and it's performed flawlessly. I'm glad I stayed with S&W on this one.

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    I only have my Sig P229 SAS Gen 2 and a Kel Tec P3AT. I think you guys can guess which one I'd keep.

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    Of the current 3 I have, I would keep my M&P 45 over my 92FS & P22.. Just love that gun...

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    I would keep my CZ-75B, if I could have all the accessories that I have for it...including the Kadet .22 conversion kit.

    It is my most accurate 9mm, and the .22 is accurate enough to hunt squirrels and such at 20 yards or so.

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    CZ P-01........It is not an easy question and I sure hope it never comes to that. If so I am sure of my answer.

    RCG

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    +1 Cougar, I would also stick with my Px4 and all of his hi capacity friends

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    S&W 586 .357/38

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    Lets see....definately S&W 686.

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    Gotta say I'm lovin the s&w 686 answer! That thing rules! My buddy has one and it is accurate and comfy. If he didn't have one that i can shoot. I would definately buy one

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    Yeah I love my 686. It has a set of Pacmayers on it. My mom has it right now for HD. Its kinda tuff for CCW anyway. lol

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    of your 3
    i'd keep the gold cup

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    If it came down to one single gun, it would be my Dan Wesson 715, 6" VH I stole on an auction for $269 a few years ago. Barely fired, and just one scratch on it.

    If I got to keep a semiauto too, it would be my Beretta 92FS, with custom grips.

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