Three excellent handguns, each for $399...

This is a discussion on Three excellent handguns, each for $399... within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Lewis128 Well, actually, I'd prefer to hold each one first. Some pictures would help. Taaaaa Daaaaaaaaaaaaaah: From ruger.com From kahr.com From budsgunshop.com...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis128 View Post
    Well, actually, I'd prefer to hold each one first. Some pictures would help.
    Taaaaa Daaaaaaaaaaaaaah:


    From ruger.com


    From kahr.com


    From budsgunshop.com

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    SR9c...shoots and fits good, and it's new.
    Kahr...I've never warmed up to them.
    CZ...only because I don't have personal experience w/ them, but I hear they're good outfits. I'm always a little leary when considering used guns.
    M&P Shield9; RIA 1911 Tactical 9mm;...many long guns

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    Quote Originally Posted by DZcarry View Post
    Ruger SR9c, Kahr CW9 and a used CZ75 P01 all marked at $399.
    I made that choice myself: CZ P-01 9mm. It best matched my criteria mix. Incredibly reliable, very accurate, relatively lightweight for an all-metal pistol, and decent capacity. $399 is a heck of a price.
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    I would definitely go with the CW9. I have had one for 2 years, and it has performed flawlessly.

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    I recently played with a friends SR9c and it's a great little firearm. Very comfortable, easily controlled, pointed naturally, and while yes, it's DAO, the trigger is pretty light and thing is tiny. I'm thinking of picking one up for EDC.

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