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Top 5 Combat Handguns

This is a discussion on Top 5 Combat Handguns within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; 1. SA lightweight operator champion 1911 (concealed) 2. SA xd Service 9mm with arrendondo mag extension (in bag/backpack) 3. S&W m&p .40 S&W 4" (in ...

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    1. SA lightweight operator champion 1911 (concealed)
    2. SA xd Service 9mm with arrendondo mag extension (in bag/backpack)
    3. S&W m&p .40 S&W 4" (in bag)

    Thats all I'd want
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    I will feel safe with my

    1) SIG P-series
    2) CZ75B
    3) 1911

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    Highly subjective in that it really depends on the person.... But, for the sake of conversation...

    1) CZ 75 P-07 Duty
    2) CZ 75b
    3) Glock 19
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    My "going to war choices":

    1. Glock 17
    2. S&W M&P 9
    3. Sig P226 9mm
    4. Walther PPQ 9mm
    5. Beretta 92FS

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    There are just too many great brands and models to list, and that's a good thing. I own many and when I begin to get used to them, become good with them I realize it's not so much the gun, but the shooter. Revolvers aim and point shoot incredibly well under 20 feet. A 1911 with checkering feels best to me with single stack grips, and point almost as good as revolvers. It's taken me a while to shoot the polymer XDm grips like I could the 1911 but with grip tape and practice I'm spot on, again. I think Glock customer service for someone living in N Georgia is pretty incredible. Shot an H&K my cop friend can get me for $400 the other day and wow what a killer gun. I own some Sigs I really could never part with. This is why I stay away from gun stores on payday. If I was going to war or SHTF I would settle on a caliber of ammo I would most likely find on the dead bodies of my enemy.

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    Georgia, from the looks of your AR in your picture, I believe you and I have the same taste in them... Love it
    MikeXD40


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    Like most of you, I really like my .45 Colt 1911 commercial.

    However, if I were really going into armed combat (unlikely at age 72?), I'd take my 9mm S&W Model 5906. Its advantages over the 1911 are twice the magazine capacity, and the double-action feature.

    gold40

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    MY personal favorites would be

    1. Colt Commander .45
    2. Any number of Government 1911 .45's (Colt, Wilson, STI, etc...)
    3. Glock 21
    4. Glock 19/23/32
    5. HK USP .45

    I'm assuming this is to be a secondary weapon, not a primary. My primary would be my AR or shotgun, depending on the situation. If the handgun is to be a primary....then that probably moves the Glocks up on my list. The 10 round CM mags are great but still can't touch the 13 round Glock .45 mags or 15-33 round Glock 9mm mags.
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    cz-75
    S&W m&p
    Sringfield xd
    Bhp
    Sig 226 or229
    Thes would be chambered in 9mm for more boolits.

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    Here's mine in no specific order.

    1) Browning Buckmark Hunter
    2) Glock 19
    3) Beretta 92 FS compact
    4) 1911
    5) Sig 226

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    My M&P 9mm FS with its 6 magazines loaded to the hilt.
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    Full size 1911 .45
    Mauser C96 with shoulder holster/stock 9mm
    BHP / Beretta M9 9mm
    Glock 17 / SA XD9 9mm
    S&W 19 .357
    Semper Fi

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    I'm bringing my:
    Colt 1911 Series 70 Strong-side open
    Glock G36 w/Pearce +1 Left shoulder rig w/tact. knife
    Glock G26 Gen4 w/Pearce +2 Center vest w/right cant
    2 - Colt SAA 45LC, 4.75 in cross-draw 10/2 rig

    Let's do this...
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    HK USP
    Glock 17
    Sig P226
    tested and proven 1911
    Beretta 92FS
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