View Poll Results: Glock, XD, M&P?

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    I'm a biased XD9 owner too, but don't now about the M&Ps or Glocks yet. Hopefully will try some glocks soon to see how those feel to me as well. each time i go practicing with my XD i can do very well with it.

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    I am also a biased XD9 owner. However, I never met a handgun I didn't like....so I tend to vote for whatever handgun I own at the time.

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    M&P

    I tried the XD but I could get along with the M&P 40 much better.
    I am a lefty and the M&P is very left hand friendly. I bought a M&P40 from Budsgunshop.com last Novemer for a great Price.

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    I like my XD a lot. I've admittedly never shot an M&P, but I don't like how they fit my hand. And I have shot and even own Glocks, but if I had to choose right here and right now, I'd pick the XD over my Glock.

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    I voted for the Glock, but none are guns that I really have the slightest interest in buying.

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    XD All the way. The grip angle is much better than glock. I like being able feel if the gun has one in the pipe and if the gun is cocked or not. XD is much safer than any gun on the market.

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    Thumbs up

    Ty the FN P9 first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheels View Post
    XD All the way. The grip angle is much better than glock. I like being able feel if the gun has one in the pipe and if the gun is cocked or not. XD is much safer than any gun on the market.
    You can tell if a round is chambered on any GLOCK as well by feeling the extractor w/ your trigger finger, especially since GLOCK introduced the extractor w/ the more obvious LCI (loaded chamber indicator).

    Also, the GLOCK is always (at least partially) "cocked".

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    MP lover!!!!!

    The S & W, MP's have only been available a little over a year now (Dec. 2005). The 40 caliber was out 1st, then the 9mm came out some time last summer with the 357sig trailing just behind it. Then just a few months ago S & W came out with the compact in 9mm with the 40 caliber compact just now hitting the market. The full sized 45 caliber is due out next month and the compact sometime thereafter.
    The other choices have been out considerably longer, the Glock being the 1st high production polymer in the late eighties. Then the XD's hit the market (under the XD name) sometime in the early nineties.
    Sorry I didn't take time to research exact dates. Most of you probably know more about the actual origin dates of your favorite gun. My point is, the MP's have only been available a fraction of the time of the others but are gaining a strong fan base very quickly.
    I have two MP's, a fullsized 40 caliber and a 9mm compact and will be buying the 45 caliber asap. They are all good guns but I love my MP's!!!!

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    Can the M&P and Walther compacts(Walther needs mention) use the larger magazine of their larger counter parts. If the XD; Walther: M&P; Glock compacts are all able to use their large counter parts magazine, it'll be down to price as a decision for a compact 9mm for me.(or my sister)
    Which one do y'all think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fattsgalore View Post
    Can the M&P and Walther compacts(Walther needs mention) use the larger magazine of their larger counter parts. If the XD; Walther: M&P; Glock compacts are all able to use their large counter parts magazine, it'll be down to price as a decision for a compact 9mm for me.(or my sister)
    Which one do y'all think.
    Yes, they can all use the mags of their larger counterparts. My wife and I chose the M&P9c for her because it matches my full-sized and that's the 1 that she liked the best out of all of them.

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    given only 3 choices I voted Glock but I don't really like either of the 3 listed...

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    I voted glock on the simple fact that it fit my hand better then the other two. + it was the gun I qualified with so I have a better understanding with it then the other two.

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    i vote glock carried one for years on duty and off. never owned the others.

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    definately the glock.

    ole

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheels View Post
    I like being able feel if the gun has one in the pipe and if the gun is cocked or not. XD is much safer than any gun on the market.
    i don't know about you, but i think if you're carrying a weapon, you should know if its "got one in the pipe".
    if you don't know the status of your own weapon, maybe you shouldn't be carrying one.

    Ole

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    i don't know about you, but i think if you're carrying a weapon, you should know if its "got one in the pipe".
    if you don't know the status of your own weapon, maybe you shouldn't be carrying one.
    I am an XD owner and have to agree. Just speaking for myself. The loaded chamber indicator on my XD does not mean much to me. I have carried so many guns that do not have this feature that round in pipe or not is something I know without using an indicator. Don't even need it in the dark. If I have picked up my XD for use...then that means it has one in the chamber.

    Did I just agree with a Glock person? Must have got carried away. Of course I want to add that XD's are by far the better gun.

    Strike that last statement. Just remembered I have plans to buy a G36.
    Last edited by madmag; 03-22-2007 at 12:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmag View Post

    Did I just agree with a Glock person? Must have got carried away. Of course I want to add that XD's are by far the better gun.

    Strike that last statement. Just remembered I have plans to buy a G36.
    glock makes one heck fo a gun, and as for the xd, it's a good gun too.
    i just prefer the glock.

    let me know what you think about the G36.

    never carry a firearm unless you have one "in the pipe"

    and if anything should go down, don't stop and look at the little indicator to see if you have one loaded.

    and madmag, you agreed with me because you are smart enough to know that the loaded chamber indicator is useless, it has nothing to do with which gun is better. good to know some one else out there has a little sense.

    ole

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    I am no expert on pistols by any means, but I have an M&P .40. I love it, fits real nice, comes with adjustable backstrap(or grip). It is now the most comfortable gun I have held for my long fingers. Shoots real nice, great trigger(I think), looks cool too. I also like the consistency of the double action, vs. the hard first pull of some others. I am sure glock is a great gun, but it didn't feel right in my hand.
    Last edited by hipmatt; 04-05-2007 at 03:14 PM.

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    I voted M&P , I have a XD45 and have had Glocks,but the S&W is my favorite.
    I carry a Springfield EMP for CCW most of the time, but I can carry the M&P . I will get a IWB holster for it soon.

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