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    9mm, .40, and .357

    I've looked all around for a gun that can fire these rounds. I have only found the Glock 23, but am not really a Glock guy. I know I will have to buy conversion kits and clips. Are there any other brands that offer something this versatile? Thanks in advance for helping a newbie.

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    Dude G23 is the one to have...

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    the Sig Sauer P229 will handle all three of the rounds in question

    P229

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    Yessir on the sig! But you will pay for it! $800 for the Sig and conversion kit for $300 minimum... $1100 when its all said and done. You could almost buy 2 guns for that price!

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    yep, for $1100 i could get a couple of used Glocks and a bunch of ammo.

    i didn't say the Sig was cheap, i just said it as an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dargin View Post
    I've looked all around for a gun that can fire these rounds. I have only found the Glock 23, but am not really a Glock guy. I know I will have to buy conversion kits and clips. Are there any other brands that offer something this versatile? Thanks in advance for helping a newbie.

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    Magazines.

    The Glock 23 is the most versatile compact Glock in these regards, but why not consider just buying a Glock 19 to go along with the Glock 23?

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    Dude...........
    Quote Originally Posted by jakeleinen1 View Post
    Dude G23 is the one to have...

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    S&W M&P .40 , buy a .357 sig barrel, and a 9mm conversion barrel & magazine.

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    SIG P250 is also a consideration.

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    Pick out a pistol that you really like in each cal, you will pay a little more but you will have three great pistols to enjoy and you won't have a bunch of extra parts laying around. With three different cal. in one pistol there will always be sight adjustment issues because none of those rounds have the same trajectory or velocity, and you can never have too many pistols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjs1945 View Post
    Pick out a pistol that you really like in each cal, you will pay a little more but you will have three great pistols to enjoy and you won't have a bunch of extra parts laying around. With three different cal. in one pistol there will always be sight adjustment issues because none of those rounds have the same trajectory or velocity, and you can never have too many pistols.

    I too, like the idea of buying three pistols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broondog View Post
    yep, for $1100 i could get a couple of used Glocks and a bunch of ammo.

    i didn't say the Sig was cheap, i just said it as an option.
    It was a good recommendation was just saying so they knew how much it would cost, if you got the money a Sig is a fine investment

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowToes View Post
    S&W M&P .40 , buy a .357 sig barrel, and a 9mm conversion barrel & magazine.
    This would also be a fine choice, but since M&P's are not that expensive, why not buy a 9mm and a ,40S&W?

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