View Poll Results: Which Handgun?

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  • Sig Sauer P239

    8 20.00%
  • Beretta PX4

    8 20.00%
  • Glock 17

    5 12.50%
  • Other

    19 47.50%
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    If you are happy with your .22 good one you. My friend told me taking 10 shots with a .22 is like getting stabbed in the chest with a phillips screw driver 10 times. I told him getting shot 1 time in the chest once with a .45 is like getting shot with a 9mm one time only harder.

    Enjoy your handgun be safe with it. I hope it is the first of many for you.

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    Just curious, but what did your friend do to get shot ten times with a .22? While I'm being curious, how did you manage to get shot in the chest with a .45 ?

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    He was holding a target at a rifle range and instead of holding it off to the side like we told him too he taped it to his shoulders............I know right.......

    I just was at a 7 - 11 minding my own business in Detroit and next thing I know........................I didn't even get to pay for my Slurpie, real pizzed me off.

    Satisfy your curiousity?

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    hope yer luck changes

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    I am with johna9137 on this one. I would recommend the Ruger SR9 or SR9c or the Sig 239. If you are not opposed to buying a used handgun, then you might consider a Sig P225, Sig P6, or a S&W 3913 (some variations called the Ladysmith), or a S&W 3914. The Sigs and S&Ws are single-stack 9mm and should accomodate small hands. All are excellent handguns.

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