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This is a discussion on Im obsessed... within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by tanksoldier Sig 226 Mine's 9mm, but you can hardly go wrong with Sig as long as you stay away from the Mosquito. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanksoldier View Post
    Sig 226

    Mine's 9mm, but you can hardly go wrong with Sig as long as you stay away from the Mosquito.
    Since I work for Sig, and the fact I work for a large Gunshop on the east Coast, I agree with Tank's comment bout the "Skeeter" For the moment, if you're thinking of a plinker gun.. .......Might want to look into a Ruger 22/45, or 22 cal MKIII Ruger. The other side of the coin is, you can also get a 1911 type gun, and buy a 22 Cal conversion unti That way, you'll have TWO guns in one!! You''ll have a 45ACP, along with the 22 Plinker.. KImber, Colt, Springfield Armory come to mind at this point.. Good luck!!...........cuz it's addictive..
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry View Post
    I'd say SIG too - but maybe 226 too large for you. Just because I have recently aquired this gun - Bersa UC9 - it has to be worthy of consideration in several ways and is excellent value. It's a double stacker so fairly fat grip (which I like a lot) and can be 10+1 or 13+1 depending on mag choice.


    Okay Chris, don't keep us in suspense how well does it shoot?

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    Rent or find someone with a gun(s) different from the one you have, try them out, purchase one (or more) if you like them.

    I had an HK and tought Glocks were trash, until I rented one; now I own two Glocks and got rid of the HK. Try something a few times before scratching it off your list of posible adquisitions.

    My 2 cents.

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    Okay Chris, don't keep us in suspense how well does it shoot?
    Sorry Ed - zero opportunity yet! Bad week for time plus some weather aspects too. Was supposed to be RC flying today but Ernesto spoiled that - and next two days will be flying and/or biking.

    I hope to sneak to range this coming week all being well. Had thought of running some rounds thru at back of my place but usually restrict there to .22's. Diplomacy doncha know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cagueits View Post
    Rent or find someone with a gun(s) different from the one you have, try them out, purchase one (or more) if you like them.

    I had an HK and tought Glocks were trash, until I rented one; now I own two Glocks and got rid of the HK. Try something a few times before scratching it off your list of posible adquisitions.

    My 2 cents.
    oh trust me i have shot about 4 different glocks dont remember the models but i put like 200 rounds through each and it just doesnt feel right in my hands i cant explain it..

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    9mm i would go with a BHP or CZ75
    45 i would go with a Kimber or HK
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    Quote Originally Posted by '75scout View Post
    Thats a pretty broad range to pick from. Hows about something from Sig. They are my favorite. And you can keep the 40 thing goin.
    +1 on Sig....
    Have you considered the Mosquito?
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry View Post
    how does this compare in size to a ppk/s?
    thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimmak View Post
    +1 on Sig....
    Have you considered the Mosquito?
    I passed about 200 of em while on my break last night. ALL had some sort of "tag" on it as below:
    "slide won't lock forward"
    "fires 1st shot, and won't cycle"
    "constant FTF/FTE"
    and all sorts of differnt issues........<whispering> "get the Ruger or 1911 type with a 22 conversion kit"
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    +1 for a Sig 9mm. I can recommend the 226 and 229 from personal experience. If you are going to get a .45, by the XD. But that's just me.

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    1911 45 nuff said

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