What handgun do you trust the most?

What handgun do you trust the most?

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    What handgun do you trust the most?

    I was sitting here thinking about which one of my guns do I trust the most to fire six shots into a 3 inch target 15 yards away the fastest. I was thinking that reliability and accuracy was most important. The gun I came up with is my Fullsize H&K USP45. The thing will not jam for anything.It is also very accurate but not as accurate as my Gold Cup.But I just trust the damb thing. So what handgun do you trust the most to do this job? One handgun only please for your answer. Alot of guys cop out and name more than one so just one. This is going to be fun to watch.
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    I have many handguns, and this ones easy... my fullsize Beretta PX4 Storm in 9mm. I bought it back when they first came out (2004 I think) and it has literally never malfunctioned. I believe after the last range trip, it is nearing 3000 rounds of completely flawless perfection. I love the rotating barrel, it just eats up recoil. I recently bought the subcompact PX4 as well, and so far the first 500 rounds have been equally as flawless. I have a 45 on order that should be here Thursday. The PX4 is definitely my favorite handgun, and IMHO, one of the more underrated guns on the market. The gun shop had cases full of Glocks, XDs, and M&Ps... and 3 Storms. When I placed the order for the 45 version, the shop owner said "Yeah, these are awesome guns.... its too bad that sometimes the best products on the market aren't the ones people buy the most".

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    S&W 2 ” Model 19 doesn’t matter if it is loaded with 38s or 357s it is the most accurate handgun for me that I own.
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    Tie: SIG 229 40 or M&P 357 SIG. Absolute confidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eb View Post
    I have many handguns, and this ones easy... my fullsize Beretta PX4 Storm in 9mm. I bought it back when they first came out (2004 I think) and it has literally never malfunctioned. I believe after the last range trip, it is nearing 3000 rounds of completely flawless perfection. I love the rotating barrel, it just eats up recoil. I recently bought the subcompact PX4 as well, and so far the first 500 rounds have been equally as flawless. I have a 45 on order that should be here Thursday. The PX4 is definitely my favorite handgun, and IMHO, one of the more underrated guns on the market. The gun shop had cases full of Glocks, XDs, and M&Ps... and 3 Storms. When I placed the order for the 45 version, the shop owner said "Yeah, these are awesome guns.... its too bad that sometimes the best products on the market aren't the ones people buy the most".
    I couldn't agree more. I've put hundreds of rounds through my Px4 in 40 caliber and zero FTF/FTE. She eats up anything you feed her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by multistage View Post
    Tie: SIG 229 40...Absolute confidence.
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    I own a G19 (primary carry) M&P9c, M&P40c ,and SP101.357 3". The only one I wont carry right now is the .40. Ive just gotten into that caliber and am not consistent when I practice with to the point of trusting my life with it.

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    Since you said six shots, I'd say my M&P 9c cause my S&W 637 only holds five.

    My M&P doesn't have the round count that some of my other autos have, but to date, it has yet to have a hiccup of any kind and it's dead on accurate. Excellent pistol IMO.
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    The following are guns I own that I trust completely: all my older S&W revolvers, all my Glocks, all my Colt 1911's and both my Browning HiPowers.
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    My P220 Carry SAO is by far the one most often on my hip or at my side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcon67 View Post
    I own a G19 (primary carry) M&P9c, M&P40c ,and SP101.357 3". The only one I wont carry right now is the .40. Ive just gotten into that caliber and am not consistent when I practice with to the point of trusting my life with it.
    You give no answer here. As you did not name one handgun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pointblank View Post
    The following are guns I own that I trust completely: all my older S&W revolvers, all my Glocks, all my Colt 1911's and both my Browning HiPowers.
    You also did not answer with one handgun . See like I said in my first post some people just cop out and don't answer the question.
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