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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    Poor advice to shoot five thousand rounds through a handgun without cleaning or lubricating. It proves not a thing except that the owner is negligent and foolhardy.

    Only if it is with a 1911 ;)


    With that, I am done.
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    My Colt 1911 has been flawless out of the box from a day 1. However I'd never abuse it like my glocks. Just cost too much lol.
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    i find it funny that everyone ranks hk high on their list, cuz i never see anyone posting about range time, having just bought one, etc. maybe it's just me.

    i only have 3 handguns so my list:

    springfield
    kel tec
    colt


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    Quote Originally Posted by hek1620 View Post
    i find it funny that everyone ranks hk high on their list, cuz i never see anyone posting about range time, having just bought one, etc. maybe it's just me.

    i only have 3 handguns so my list:

    springfield
    kel tec
    colt

    Well this is a defensive carry site. HK's aren't popular in the concealed carry world
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    As others have said, it depends on what you mean by "top" -- best quality? Most successful financially? Most popular? Best value? etc ...

    If you're talking "Most innovative", I'd have to add Kel-Tec to the list.

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    HK and sig are top notch guns, but they are pricy and bulky for ccw, I don't own one of either brand, but I give them the respect they deserve. There is a reason some police and military forces around the world still choose HK, Sig and Walther over glock despite how much cheaper glocks are contracted for these days. Some departments care about budget, some stil want the best guns

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    Beat me to it.

    You don't see a lot on here because of cost. They are expensive guns, but you get what you pay for.

    I myself am a Sig guy, wont catch me without one and I have no problems carrying my P226
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjacob316 View Post
    HK and sig are top notch guns, but they are pricy and bulky for ccw, I don't own one of either brand, but I give them the respect they deserve. There is a reason some police and military forces around the world still choose HK, Sig and Walther over glock despite how much cheaper glocks are contracted for these days. Some departments care about budget, some stil want the best guns
    Walther used to be good. I hardly put them up on the top these days. But then again, my only experience with them has been a crappy P22 that is just a paper weight to me.
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    CZ US
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    Beretta
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericb327 View Post
    Who makes a $3,000 pistol? I'm sure they're out there but......
    Check out the anniversay model .... $6995.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RubenZ View Post
    Walther used to be good. I hardly put them up on the top these days. But then again, my only experience with them has been a crappy P22 that is just a paper weight to me.
    new model pps is a great little gun, the P99 is a great line of pistols and beats the pants off most striker fired guns I've fired, and no one can beat the PPQ, great gun, not oversized, great grip and the best striker trigger hands down. Similar grip ergos as the P30 from HK, just not adjustable. They put quality into they guns, and you rarely see issues with them. I haven't been able to shoot anything as well as the walthers. Keep in mind folks, they are not built by S&W only were distributed by them, and thats over now. No more middle man. And I haven't touched one that wasn't german made. You can't even place the p22 in the same sentence as their defensive line of guns, very different quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by First Sgt View Post
    Ok Ok Ok....Top 5

    1. G
    2. L
    3. O
    4. C
    5. K

    I like your response.

    Ruger
    Glock
    Walther
    Sig Sauer
    S&W
    US Navy Veteren
    Ruger SP101 357 3" Barrel
    Taurus 65 357 Mag
    Glock 19 Gen3
    Walther PK 380
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    Glock
    Heckler & Koch
    Ruger
    Sig Sauer
    Smith & Wesson

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    Colt
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    Glock
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    The Colt 1911, Browning Hi Power, and CZ 75 are the three most successful designs. Glock and SIG are popular and quality newcomers.

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