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    Question Best bang for Buck ?

    These are my choices and prices out the door. All are 9 MM 4" barrels. and for 20.00 - 32.00 I can have them in .45. Just looking for inputs please
    1. TAURUS PT27/7 PRO SS - $427.00
    2. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY XD9101HCSP06 - $515.00
    3. SMITH & WESSON M&P - $515.00

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    All three are quality guns - the Smith & Wesson will probably hold it's value a little better than the others, while the 24/7 is an excellent gun for the money. You won't go wrong with any of them in my opinion.

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    You picked good ones for sure. I think I would go with the S&W M&P, XD910,& PT27/7 Pro. I really don't think you could go wrong with any of them. I would get the one that felt the best to me starting with the S&W. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kansas_plainsman View Post
    All three are quality guns - the Smith & Wesson will probably hold it's value a little better than the others, while the 24/7 is an excellent gun for the money. You won't go wrong with any of them in my opinion.
    Thanks for you in put kansas_plainsman. I should add that it will be a CCW and home defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
    You picked good ones for sure. I think I would go with the S&W M&P, XD910,& PT27/7 Pro. I really don't think you could go wrong with any of them. I would get the one that felt the best to me starting with the S&W. Good luck.
    Thanks Baldy, keep it as a nine or go for a .45 ?

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    Well Mr SAS Mayhem if your asking me what would I get? I would get 1911/.45 Commander light weight as I would be carring it. I got a S&W verison myself. Mine has never missed a lick out of the box. Good luck on what ever you get.

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    Me, personally - I wouldn't buy a Taurus. I read too many complaints about their guns AND their horrible customer service - which drags on fr months and months - and sometimes they send the gun back unrepaired. I have seen dozens of these threads in the past year on all the forums.

    Out of your list, I'd get the M&P.

    Although - go find a Walther P99 A/S - It's not much more. Or, get an HK

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    I would go with the XD and if you do I bet you will love it. The prices you have are very good and I'm with ship on the Taurus's even though I just bought one and have two I'm fond of, I would never carry them. Let us know what you get.

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    Thanks for everyones input, Shipwreck I to have seen a ton of cons about the Taurus brand. Now I got a PM for a member here that recommended that I look into the EAA Witness, he\she said they have never had a problem with there .45 and in one of the most accurate handgun they have owned. I am not that familiar with this brand at all. But as inexpensive as they are it make me wonder..... why?

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