October 26th, 2010 02:14 PM
Originally Posted by JGglock
I have the 9c w/o any safety, byt PM my nephew, http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...php?35015-Spec
He has the full size .40 and did something along those lines because of the Crimson trace grip .
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October 26th, 2010 09:35 PM
I had an M&P 9c when I first got my CHL and carried it often, liked the gun, but had medical issues and was off work so I had to sell it to pay some bills, wish I still had it, along with my old G19 I sold in 2004 during my divorce to help fund the child custody battle that I eventually won.
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October 27th, 2010 03:43 AM
Make the trade, but make sure a Glock is not involved in what leaves your side of the deal.
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October 27th, 2010 03:49 AM
I would rather trade in the XD9 and buy the Glock 19 so that you stay within the same handgun platform and you can interchange the mags with the Glock 26.
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October 27th, 2010 12:53 PM
Am I the only guy who doesn't undestand all this trade-in stuff? I have a brother that does it with cars. He loses money on every dang deal - every time. He loses big on the trade in, then pays for a new vehicle that depreciates 30% the minute he drives it off the lot.
I can see if you're a n00b, and are trying to dial-in which sidearm works best for cc, but I can't see doing this on a on-going basis after you've made a couple mistakes.
If you're already concerned about the safety, or any other doodad on the gun, DON'T BUY IT! You'll end up trading it in two months because you don't like that safety, and you'll get hosed on your trade-in while paying top dollar for your new love affair.
Are that may people here living paycheck-to-paycheck that they have to take a beating on a handgun to scrounge up $200 to $500? Most guys I know have that scratch in their wallet as walking around money. What divorce lawyer or doctor works for $500? If I had a divorce or a serious unmet medical need, I'd be selling a house and the cars. I'd keep my gun.
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