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    It's hard to go wrong with a Sig.

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    I wouldn't wait around myself, unless you just HAD to have that particular handgun. Everything I have read about the Solo is that it is a rock-solid and dependable handgun (and its looks are pleasing to the eyes as well), but I would not wait forever on any "new" release gun.

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    Well, I went in a COMPLETELY different direction.

    Ruger LC9 was purchased last night.

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    Congrats on your purchase. As long as you're happy with it, I'm happy for you....

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    Thank you. It is a little neat to have two Rugers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holly View Post
    Well, I went in a COMPLETELY different direction.

    Ruger LC9 was purchased last night.
    Cool! I'm sure it will serve you well.

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    Funny! The whole time I was reading this thread, I was thinking, "LC9." However, I didn't suggest it because I thought you wanted a stainless gun.

    I rented an LC9 at the local range. I like the thumb safety. When I go for my CCW, that's the gun I'm going to carry most of the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by berettatoter View Post
    Everything I have read about the Solo is that it is a rock-solid and dependable handgun (and its looks are pleasing to the eyes as well), but I would not wait forever on any "new" release gun.
    Where have you been reading about the Solo? Almost everything I have read has been the opposite, including tons of FTF and FTE issues, light primer strikes, and problems with any ammo besides specifically what Kimber recommends. I think the gun is beautiful and I would love to have one if I heard they were proven to be reliable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levelheadsteve View Post
    Funny! The whole time I was reading this thread, I was thinking, "LC9." However, I didn't suggest it because I thought you wanted a stainless gun.

    I rented an LC9 at the local range. I like the thumb safety. When I go for my CCW, that's the gun I'm going to carry most of the time.
    I really did want a stainless, but after looking at EVERYTHING. The LC9 was the most sensible decision. Though I am not usually a sensible person (REALLY wanted the Para Hawg), I don't think buying a gun is the time for my crazy impulses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levelheadsteve View Post
    Where have you been reading about the Solo? Almost everything I have read has been the opposite, including tons of FTF and FTE issues, light primer strikes, and problems with any ammo besides specifically what Kimber recommends. I think the gun is beautiful and I would love to have one if I heard they were proven to be reliable.
    It is beautiful... It broke my heart a little to take my name off the list, but I wasn't willing to wait possibly another year for something that may work.

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    Sometimes sensible and practical is just the right thing...congats on your purchase and get the Sig later....JJ

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    If you want stainless then get stainless. If Kimber is unable to supply you with the pistol you want then you have to look elsewhere. I got my Pro TLE 2 in stainless because it met my requirements. No light frame 1911 for me.

    Good luck to you---------------Bear

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    I just bought a Beretta Nano.Sweet little gun.I was also toying with the Sig 250,EAA Witness,Just a thought.

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    Springfield EMP all the way! Stainless, nightsights, rounded edges and trouble free.

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    I should have. I hated the LC9.

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    Sig SAS..........

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    get a glock 26 you will like it

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    I got the LC9 and really like it. It works right out of the box. The trigger will be different from anything else but once you master the d/a pull it works very well. It's not pretty like a Sig but it works and you can get one. Smaller gun than a Glock but not as easy to shoot.

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    Not quite sure why the fixation on the 'stainless' version, Holly. The gripframe is aluminum alloy in any case, and the 'blued' version lends itself to easy touchup with aluminum black. The silver version won't show the scratches easily, but it can't be touched up either.

    My personal Solo has gone bang everydamntime, regardless of ammo (everything from Gold Dots to 115 reloads to snakeshot). If my reading of the specs is correct, it is the smallest of the guns discussed here, and it lends itself to pocket carry, which was my goal. I'm not a big fan of the laser grips, but I can hit 8" steel plates at 50' with the OEM sights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by halfmoonclip View Post
    Not quite sure why the fixation on the 'stainless' version, Holly.
    Though irrelevant, since I settled on a Sig p938, the stainless Solo is simply better looking. It's just pretty.

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