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  • XD-9 SUB COMPACT

    59 48.76%
  • M&P COMPACT

    40 33.06%
  • Kahr P9

    19 15.70%
  • Millennium PRO

    3 2.48%
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    XD -9 or M&P or Kahr?

    help choose my next pistol!! which and why?

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    MP Compact.....

    I just received my Crossbreed IWB Holster for my MP40. It will work perfectly with my MP Compact when I get.
    Also as a added bonus the Crossbreed fits my SV9VE perfectly. I like (maybe even LOVE ) my S & W MP.

    Pictures of MP in Crossbreed Holster;

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    I personally would wait on the M&P compact, and an M&P in general. I'd wait and give each model at least a year on the market.

    Ruger is still having issues with the 345 semi auto.

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    Out of the choices given I guess I would go with the XD-SC. I have it, the mil pro pt-111, and service M&P 9mm but never owned a Kahr. The three that I do own are all very reliable with no failures of any kind in any of them. I really like the M&P and the pt-111 but my love affair with the xd was very short lived. Nothing wrong with the gun it just is not for me. Like Ship said I would wait on the M&P compact for a little while. I was one of the first in my area to get the M&P 9mm service model and do not regret it but I don't usually buy new gun models as they hit the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximo View Post
    Out of the choices given I guess I would go with the XD-SC.
    Out of ONLY these choices, that is what I voted for as well...

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    Why not the Sig P239 or Kahr K9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XD-45 View Post
    Why not the Sig P239 or Kahr K9?
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    I like the XD because it's a true single action and safer to carry then the others.

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    XD

    I was excited about the M&P, but was left very disdainful of it after shooting it. I have one for departmental T&E purposes and suggested we forgo it as did the other instructor that tested it.

    The XD was very pleasing to shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vom Kriege View Post
    XD

    I was excited about the M&P, but was left very disdainful of it after shooting it. I have one for departmental T&E purposes and suggested we forgo it as did the other instructor that tested it.

    The XD was very pleasing to shoot.
    Give us more detail on why U didn't like the M&P...

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    I rented the M&P once and did not like it. I can't tell you why but I think it was the feel and I just don't care for the looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    Give us more detail on why U didn't like the M&P...
    It had way too much muzzle flip. The trigger was nice, and I got great groups when shooting for pure accuracy, but when I tried to do speed work with it I had problems with my follow-up shots. The trigger reset is too long for such a light pull.

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    What about the Walther P99 or P99c?

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    I will admit that the P99 and P99c have a bit more muzzle flip than a Glock. But I find the gun more accurate, and being 9mm, it really isn't that bad. I have no issues with it. I find follow up shots to be pretty quick with it.

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    I really like my Springfield XD9 Subcompact. It's been perfectly reliable and it shoots really well for a small gun.




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    I held one at the last gun show - seemed pretty nice.

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    I think i'm gonna get the M&P Compact ...i'm a left and preffer the stainless

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    I think it looks better than the XD also.
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    Just got the P9 last month and it is really a sweet pistol. Maybe not small enough for pocket carry, but very compact and light. The trigger is really smooth and breaks clean. I'v put about 300 rounds of WWB through it and not a single hiccup. It is very accurate out to 45'.

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    I know I'm gonna' get flamed.............but, I'd go with the Smith only because I'm not fond of the Croatian pistol, don't know what a Millennium is and am not familiar with Kahr. Flame suit on ......

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    Hard one. With me it would be a toss up between the XD and M&P. I would have to feel them side by side. If it were me I would go for the USP compact though. I love mine in .45!


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    Quote Originally Posted by -gunut- View Post
    Hard one. With me it would be a toss up between the XD and M&P. I would have to feel them side by side. If it were me I would go for the USP compact though. I love mine in .45!

    Good choice! (might ought to look into refinishing the deck, bud

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    I think that's at homerepairforum.com....

    I love my XD9SC. I've fired all three (the M&P Full size)...

    I chose the XD9SC because it was just like my XD45. Fantastic. Flawless, accurate, and under $500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    I will admit that the P99 and P99c have a bit more muzzle flip than a Glock. But I find the gun more accurate, and being 9mm, it really isn't that bad. I have no issues with it. I find follow up shots to be pretty quick with it.
    You shot the P99c in .40? If so, you'll understand why I switched to an XD and to a 9mm.

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    It seems that im the only one betting on Taurus.
    Pt 111 is affordable, compact and have a 12+1 capacity of 9mm.

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