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    I like the feel of the Glock as well as the feel of the HK but im just not sure if i want to spend the extra $200 for the HK. I would love to have both

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    what about the usp vs. the usp compact

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    Beretta 92fs

    How much do you want to spend? I don't thing you can beat a Beretta 92fs
    for $450. Operates very smooth!

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    Generally speaking...

    Beretta's are smooth, easy to shoot, safe, accurate, and a little bulky. A Beretta says that you don't mind carrying a full-size pistol and you loved 'Lethal Weapon' and 'Die Hard'.

    Glock's are boringly reliable, simple, compact, and often have equal or higher capacity than larger pistols. They are accurate, fast to put into action, and are 'Tonka Tough'. A Glock says that you don't have a problem mastering their unique trigger and you like it when a pistol goes 'bang' every time.

    H&K's are expensive, smooth-shooting, accurate, and have a very heavy trigger pull in the double-action mode. They are versatile with many available trigger modes, reliable, and you will pay through the nose for the gun and any magazines you buy. An H&K says that you can afford an H&K.

    SIG Sauer's are elegant, smooth-shooting, have wonderful triggers, are fast into action and extremely accurate. A 9mm Sig like the P228, 229, or the Sigpro would be an excellent carry pistol and says that you're serious about shooting.

    Have you considered a CZ? The CZ 75 compact / P-01 is an excellent choice as well. A CZ says that you love the Browning Hi-Power, as long as it's double action with a hammer that doesn't bite your hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viper101 View Post
    I like the feel of the Glock as well as the feel of the HK but im just not sure if i want to spend the extra $200 for the HK. I would love to have both
    The Glock is just fine, and you'll spend money not only on the pistol but on spare mags.

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    I went and held a usp 9mm and a glock 17. they both feel good but i tend to think the hk felt a littel better.

    they did not have a compact ups or a G19 to compare to

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    how much are extra HK USP mags?
    the store wanted $799 for a 9mm USP with two 15 rd. mags
    and they wanted $549 for the G17

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    I have 2 new 9mm , Glock 34 and a CZ 75 B. After a trip to the range I'll keep them both!! Glock was $495 plus tax and call in , and the CZ was $375 plus tax and call in.

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    Have you considered either the Ruger or XD? Both highly reliable , simple, and durable.

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    CDNN has the USPc with the stainless slide for under $600.

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    i love my 226 in 9mm

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    i heard the XD's rust on the inside more then glock's or HK's

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    Don't overlook the S&W M&P9. I have one and like it a bunch after 2000 or so rounds. It has taken everything I throw at it from cheap Win White box to light and heavy handloads. Light and heavy in both bullet weight and powder charge. It has a reasonable trigger and has not failed me in any way. The 3 grips are a definite plus over those that don't allow fine tuning feel.

    I also have an XD40 and had an XD 9. They don't rust if you don't store them on a wet towel. Care for them properly and they will serve you well. I prefer the M&P as it fits my hand better with adjustable grip.
    Last edited by TOF; 03-07-2007 at 04:24 PM. Reason: Additional info

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