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  • Beretta

    83 6.47%
  • Walther

    66 5.15%
  • Ruger

    112 8.74%
  • Glock

    151 11.78%
  • HK

    87 6.79%
  • Sig

    190 14.82%
  • S&W

    144 11.23%
  • CZ

    45 3.51%
  • Springfield

    140 10.92%
  • Colt

    39 3.04%
  • Kimber

    63 4.91%
  • Para Ordinance

    12 0.94%
  • Browning/FN

    24 1.87%
  • Keltec

    8 0.62%
  • Taurus

    32 2.50%
  • Wilson Combat

    12 0.94%
  • Les Baer

    8 0.62%
  • Nighthawk

    3 0.23%
  • Styer

    0 0%
  • Dan Wesson

    5 0.39%
  • Ed Brown

    1 0.08%
  • Other (please list)

    57 4.45%
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    Thumbs up

    I love this gun!! It's about the best I've EVER shot. Try one!!



    Plus it looks good with my SAM7.

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    Beretta, baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by computerguysd View Post
    P232, P239 9mm, P239 .40 SAS &P229 is next on the list
    I'm with you, I want the Sig P229DAK

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    Well the question was "What is your favorite gun manufacture" so I assume that would include ALL guns by that manufacture from top to bottom. That beeing said I voted for Sig Sauer. I've owned a P226 and a P239. Sig just received a contract for 65,000 Sigs with the DAK trigger system for Homeland Security dept. Sig is used by many special military units as a primary carry weapon the, M11. Check-out this website...http://www.military.com/soldiertech/...h_SIG,,00.html
    Last edited by glennc; 04-03-2007 at 11:19 PM.

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    I Officially voted Smith & Wesson because of my long standing love of the Smith & Wesson wheelgun.

    That being said, my vote is actually for Smith & Wesson AND Glock.


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    favorite?

    I have only favorites in my collection. It depends on the social activity.

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    Voted Sig Sauer, but also like Ruger, especially their SP101 in snubnose .357 caliber.

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    Smith man

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    You left out all of the above as a choice...

    I have no brand loyalty. My preferences are based on the merits of the individual firearm and what I plan on using it for.
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    Hmm, I find it very interesting that although Glock is tied for 3rd, only 1 under 2nd, not one person had the nerve to post their reasons...
    Like Rugers and S&W, but love the Glock.....


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    I am a kimber guy, I like they way they feel in my hands and the workmanship is one not to forget .

    I have a few kimbers , CDP 4" Pro-Carry2, Tactical pro 2

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    Arrow

    My vote is for Springfield . I like the Springfield XD's and 1911's

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    I voted Colt. I have tried various Glock, Smith, Walther, Kahr etc... I allways come back to the Colt Combat Commander.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Padawan View Post
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    Very nice!!!! i like it

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    favorite

    Where's the "all of the above" button???

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    Quote Originally Posted by epiper View Post
    Where's the "all of the above" button???
    No kiddin'!

    I voted Colt of course, but chosing a definitive favorite is impossible. I'd do better chosing the ones I didn't like 'cause there'd only be one.

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    That was a tough choice to make simply because there are so many good ones listed. I chose S&W because they have really turned that company around in the last few years. I remember when that total idiot Ed Shultz was running things back when they were owned by Tompkins PLC, a British holding company. He was the one that caved to the Clinton Administration with that silly, stupid deal. Shultz by his own admission, didn't know much about firearms, or what the buying public wanted. He was little more than a bean counter, and a poor one at that. The company was running in the red, and many shooters were boycotting S&W products because of that dumb agreement. Since Safe-T-Hammer bought them they have really come around. Many new innovative products and guns like the .460 and .500 Magnum revolvers that are selling like hotcakes in many different barrel lengths and configurations. A new model AR-15 rifle, again in several configurations, and vastly improved auto pistols. Also a greatly expanded Performance Center with many new offerings. It's hard to see how they could have done any better. Bill T.

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    This is an amazing post with (for me, anyway) surprising results. As of right now, with 286 votes cast, Walther is in the lead, with "the usual suspects" all hanging close together near second place. I had no idea that Walther was so popular, especially compared to S&W, Glock, HK and SIG. They must be doing something right, especially since they DON'T offer a bazillion different models like everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfmittels View Post
    This is an amazing post with (for me, anyway) surprising results. As of right now, with 286 votes cast, Walther is in the lead, with "the usual suspects" all hanging close together near second place. I had no idea that Walther was so popular, especially compared to S&W, Glock, HK and SIG. They must be doing something right, especially since they DON'T offer a bazillion different models like everyone else.
    Only because there are a lot of Walther fans hanging out in this particular forum. In 99% of other forums Walther would lag way behind, IMO. Walther is a excellent gun but not as popular in the USA as this poll indicates. Go to any other general (not brand oriented) forum and there will be few mentions of Walthers.
    Hope I don't make Walther people mad at me for this opinion because I'm not putting Walther products down.

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    s.a.

    how did walther get in the lead? how many times did you vote shipwreck?
    im staying with my original vote for springfield arms.a deciding factor in my voting for S.A. is their customer service also i have more springers than any other brand.

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