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    Cz-75b or a cz-75 semi compact can be picked up for around 470-500 if you do a little digging. The safety features are different on some of the models,so look into the one you want. I love my cz75 semicompact 9mm, but like said before it also comes in 40s&w. I just saw one sell for 375$ at buds gun shop. Do yourself a favor and buy a cz.

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    would u say these are the most superior or hand guns?

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    I have included 2 websites for you to look at, these sites give you the option to use a conversion barrel in certain brands of handguns. I own a glock 32 357sig for carry and run a lonewolf 40 barrel in it for range practice - because the 357 sig rounds are very expensive and the 40 recoil is just a tad less than the 357sig. I can also run a 40/357 to 9mm conversion barrel in it along with g/19 mags and shoot 9mm so I basically have 1 gun that will shoot 9mm-40S&W & 357sig.

    I used glock as my example because I own one but they do make conversions for springfield, sig, S&W and others, this is just a option for you to look at and think about.

    I bought the glock for carry only, but for my range gun I have to agree with Jmessmer the CZ is they way to go - either 9mm or 40 S&W you will be satisfied 100%


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    I'm thinking of buying something in 40 cal to have more of a variety. Maybe a glock .40 cal or maybe a spring field? options are endless.

    What do you guys think?

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    I would go with the 40 S&W. I have numerous handguns and only a couple are the same caliber. I have a couple of 22s, 45s, and 38sp. The rest are all different calibers. I just like the variety! It also helps to reload.

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    Thanks for the feedback? How much are you going to pay for .40 compared to 9 mm? Maybe another $4 for 50 rds?

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    Re: Should I buy another 9mm or a 40 cal?

    You do not have to choose. Get a 40 S&W with a 9mm conversion barrel. I have a Glock 27 and a Lone Wolf 40 to 9mm conversion barrel. For this, I also use 9mm magazines. I do not change the extractor, ejector or anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLAGuy View Post
    Thanks for the advice, I'm considering the .40S&W however everyone says, its too close to a 9mm. I'm torn because I will have to buy separate ammo than my 9mm. Could be good and bad. BUt i'm also thinking that having two 9mm might be a waste of money. Why not change it up.

    FYI, I live in CA, I don't have a carry weapon as its too hard to get a CCW. These will mainly be in my stable.
    There's quite a bit of difference between these calibers and you can definitely feel it when shooting them. A good self defense load in .40S&W (165gr) approaches 500 foot pounds of energy at the muzzle and clocks around 1150 fps muzzle velocity. One load comes in at 1200 fps with their 165gr bullet and over 525 foot pounds of energy. That is a stout load. One of the hottest loads I've seen is this one;

    Ballistics : 135gr. @ 1375fps / 567 ft/lbs- Glock 23 (4.0"bbl)

    Shoot that out of a Glock 22 and you're going to be up around 1400 fps and approaching 600 foot pounds of energy.

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    Re: Should I buy another 9mm or a 40 cal?

    I'd say buy a glock 23. 40 caliber and also get the Lone Wolf 40 to 9mm conversion barrel along with some Glock 19 mags. 2 guns in one. Simple as swapping the barrels and mags. Works great.

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    I have a big hand some I'm thinking the 4.5" barrel, the glock 22 i believe. but thanks for the tip and getting the barrel conversion.

    any more recommendations are greatly appreciated!

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    I have Beretta 96 inox's, and a Ruger SR40....different animals, but using 180 gr. the handling of the recoil is manageable.........Gander Mtn. has their Blazer brass in 350 ct. for 9mm, and 250 ct. for .40......25 cents a shot for 9mm, 35 cents for .40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeT57 View Post
    I'd say buy a glock 23. 40 caliber and also get the Lone Wolf 40 to 9mm conversion barrel along with some Glock 19 mags. 2 guns in one. Simple as swapping the barrels and mags. Works great.
    Will this worth the full size .40 glock?

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    Please shoot a cz out before buying anything else . You'll see what I'm talking about

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    Re: Should I buy another 9mm or a 40 cal?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheLAGuy View Post
    Is that the full size of medium sized? I shot the g19 a few times however I have a big hand and thinking maybe the full size would better suit my fanny.
    The Glock 23 is the exact same size as the 19

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    Re: Should I buy another 9mm or a 40 cal?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheLAGuy View Post
    Will this worth the full size .40 glock?
    I believe they (Lonewolf) make a conversion barrel for the full size model too.

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