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    auggy53 is offline Junior Member
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    i carry the lcp or lc9-9mm and i play with the p95 9mm i really enjoy the p95 and its easy to hit with .

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    Sig P226 in 9mm are available as police trade in's

    Here's mine Swiss Police Trade in



    I bought it for $350 - it looked sad..

    Sent it to CRC for a $79 slide job.

    wonderfully accurate - great (police) history


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    don't rule out bryco (jennings) they are cheap and all your going to do is shoot it at the range

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    Sig Sauer SP2022

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    buying a 9mm to shoot for cheaper fun worth the money?

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    I bought a ruger p95 for $300. It is a good sized gun that shoots well and is fun at the range. Highly recommended.

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    If you go this route get the Phoenix 22A. Jennings and all the old Saturday night specials are POS. Just my .02 worth!
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    I bought a Springfield Armory XDm 5.25 comp pistol and I simply love it!

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    My favorite 9mm Fun gun is a surplus Star BM I bought a few years ago. 100% reliable and accurate. The best part is I only paid $189.00 for it.

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    Consider an EAA WITNESS 9MM/22LR COMBO BL

    Click here please,,,

    Several months back I talked a friend into buying one of these guns,,,
    Both of us were pleasantly surprised at the good quality and performance.



    He paid $385 for his pistol.

    Anyways, with the .22 LR upper he gets lots of inexpensive trigger time in,,,
    The gun runs Federal Bulk Pack from Wal Mart very well.

    It takes about 1-2 minutes to change it over to 9mm,,,
    And he can shoot that centerfire configuration as well as I do my CZ-75B

    The two guns are near identical in size and shape,,,
    If you've ever held a CZ and liked it, you will like this EAA as well.

    Anyways, I just thought I would pass this on for your consideration,,,
    It like getting two guns for the price of one.

    The only drawback is you only get one magazine for each cartridge.

    Aarond

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    Quote Originally Posted by aarondhgraham View Post
    Click here please,,,

    Several months back I talked a friend into buying one of these guns,,,
    Both of us were pleasantly surprised at the good quality and performance.



    He paid $385 for his pistol.

    Anyways, with the .22 LR upper he gets lots of inexpensive trigger time in,,,
    The gun runs Federal Bulk Pack from Wal Mart very well.

    It takes about 1-2 minutes to change it over to 9mm,,,
    And he can shoot that centerfire configuration as well as I do my CZ-75B

    The two guns are near identical in size and shape,,,
    If you've ever held a CZ and liked it, you will like this EAA as well.

    Anyways, I just thought I would pass this on for your consideration,,,
    It like getting two guns for the price of one.

    The only drawback is you only get one magazine for each cartridge.

    Aarond

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    Darn, beat me to it. The Witness series has something for everyone. They deserve a look. I have a Witness Elite Match .45. It will hold it's own with much more expensive pistols. In addition to the .22 kits, they also offer conversion kits for other centerfire calibers as well. I've been meaning to see about a 10 mm setup for mine.

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    SP2022. Great gun for around $400

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    I`ve had well over 250 guns and shot them all over the years and the #1 FOR ME is my HK USP 9mm full size....It`s 100% reliable...very accurate and the USP has the HK recoil reduction of about 30/40%...it shoots like a dream all day long...A little expensive but will last a lifetime...Jim

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    Can anyone specifically address the triggers of guns on this list? I was shooting my .22s yesterday, a Ruger MkII long target barrel and a S&W K-frame 6" barrel, and despite the longer sight radius on the Ruger, I seem to be very close to equally accurate with them. I suspect this is because the single-action trigger break on the Smith is nicer: very light, and no creep that I can detect (maybe I'm just not sophisticated enough). This remined me that I'm pretty picky about triggers. I don't care about the DA pull on a SA/DA pistol, but creep in the SA is going to turn me off.

    I was starting to lean toward a Taurus or Barretta 92 since I've seen a lot of positive comments about their accuracy, so comments on those would certainly be of interest. The Sig 2022 also is a contender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FNISHR View Post
    Glock 17 and/or Sig P226.
    I agree , that G-17 is way more accurate than I am and really fun to shoot , in fact it's my favorite shooter.
    Never quit practice with your protection pistol but for fun , a long barrel 9mm. is nothing but fun and reasonably affordable to shoot.

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