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    The Lone Haranguer is offline Junior Member
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    CZ or S&W "Value Line" pistols are around half a grand. So are the S&W M&P and Glocks, and the Springfield XD is a little less ... oops, you said no plastic.

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    Beretta 92 FS

    Looks like the Beretta 92 FS will be her choice. I will let you guys know the final outcome and price.

    Thanks for all the comments and input.

    Barney

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    Purchased Beretta 92 FX

    Purchased a Beretta 92 FX at a Houston gun show Saturday for $449.00. This was a Valentines present for my wile and she loves it.

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    Oop! I meant 92FS

    Oop! I meant 92FS new for $449.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by barney49 View Post
    Purchased a Beretta 92 FX at a Houston gun show Saturday for $449.00. This was a Valentines present for my wile and she loves it.
    Congrats!

    I almost went to that one myself...

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    THe 92 is smooth as silk.

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    I would have your wife try the Beretta 92 and CZ 75 before she makes up her mind. I have a slight preference for the CZ because it has cocked and locked mode while the Beretta does not but for plinking, this will not make a difference. The Beretta has the smoothest action of any gun I have ever racked. The CZ has the best ergonomics of any gun I have ever picked up.

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    Ruger SR-9. Light weight, accurate, high-capacity, dependable, affordable and safe (with "round-in-chamber" indicator). The only criteria which it doesn't meet is that it uses composites in order to achieve the lightweight status. You might want to puchase, after-market 3.5lb trigger pull. It's an excellent firearm.

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    I would hope the OP figured out which 9mm to buy after 4 years.

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    Just out of curiousity, why no polymer ?

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    OP is long gone folks.

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    Look into an M&P 9. Great shooting pistol, and fits the hand a lot better than a Glock. The M&P's are perfectly balanced compared to other 9mm pistols in the same category.....

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