DA/SA tupperware???

DA/SA tupperware???

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    DA/SA tupperware???

    Does anyone know if there's a "Tupperware" gun (polymer, like Glock) in DA/SA? I like the plastic stuff because I sweat a lot, and I like having a hammer on the gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deafdave3 View Post
    Does anyone know if there's a "Tupperware" gun (polymer, like Glock) in DA/SA? I like the plastic stuff because I sweat a lot, and I like having a hammer on the gun.
    I highly recommend the following handguns which fit your criteria: HK USP, HK P30 (V3), HK 45 and HK P2000 (V3), Sig Sauer P220, P226, P239 and P229 and the Beretta Px4 Storm, 92-FS and 90-Two Type F. All these pistols have DA/SA triggers, they are made of polymer, they all have hammers and some of them are available in compact and sub-compact versions for improved concealed carry.

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    H&k usp

    The H&K USP fits your requirements.

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    Ruger P95 with de-cocker also meets that criteria.
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    FN FNP9! I just got one. Haven't shot it yet but fits my hand like a well worn glove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alachner View Post
    I highly recommend the following handguns which fit your criteria: HK USP, HK P30 (V3), HK 45 and HK P2000 (V3), Sig Sauer P220, P226, P239 and P229 and the Beretta Px4 Storm, 92-FS and 90-Two Type F. All these pistols have DA/SA triggers, they are made of polymer, they all have hammers and some of them are available in compact and sub-compact versions for improved concealed carry.
    Some of the pistols you listed have alloy frames, not polymer.

    Current Hks all have polymer frames, some Sigs, some Berettas, Ruger makes one, FNH, probably a few others.

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    I love my HK, it fits your criteria and candidly is one of the best shooting guns I have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripley16 View Post
    Some of the pistols you listed have alloy frames, not polymer.

    Current Hks all have polymer frames, some Sigs, some Berettas, Ruger makes one, FNH, probably a few others.
    Oops...thanks for the clarification!!!

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    I highly recommend you get an HK USP Compact. This is my EDC weapon (.40 S&W) and it is available in 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP. The gun is super reliable, highly ergonomic, handles recoil extremely well and there are lots of holsters and accessories available for them. The only downside is the price which is higher than most similar handguns, but if you pack an HK you will be in very good hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    Ruger P95 with de-cocker also meets that criteria.
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    I have 3 H&Ks, a Sig Pro, and CZ Phantom which all fit the criteria. ALL have been reliable and accurate out of the box. My 2 favorites are the H&K P2000 and P2000sk.
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    Ruger P345

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    The Sig Pro line would meet your criteria also...but il ike the new HK stuff, especially the HK 45 and HK p30.
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    Check out Walther's P99. It's a DA/SA striker fired trigger system with a decocker. The P99c is the compact version and is about the same size and weight as a Glock 26/27. Instead of a hammer it gives you a cocking indicator that pokes through the back so you can feel or see if it's cocked.

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    Baby desert eagle comes in polymer with an exposed hammer. I haven't shot one, but I do have a full size steel in 40 that I love.[IMG]www.google.com/m/search?site=images&source=mog&gl=us&q=baby%20deser t%20eagle%20polymer#i=1[/IMG]
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