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This is a discussion on Steel frame 9mm within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by pogo2 I believe that most Sig P226s are aluminum frame. The one I own certainly is. But Sig does make an all ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pogo2 View Post
    I believe that most Sig P226s are aluminum frame. The one I own certainly is. But Sig does make an all steel version of the P226 called the X5. It weighs in over 40 ounces, is used primarily for target shooting, and is quite expensive. It is shown in the photo below:



    Mine is all steel too!

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    The Baby Eagle was my first handgun. Wife loves shooting it. At our first handgun training class there was another couple with a newer version Baby Eagle. It shot like a dream too.

    A CZ is close to the same thing. Service size metal 9's are great to shoot. Would like to pick up a Beretta eventually.

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    Baby Eagles are great shooting handguns....very accurate !! I also have always wanted one of the Para Ordnance P18 pistols.

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    You couldent go wrong with a Browning Hi-Power

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    The Baby Eagle was my first handgun. Wife loves shooting it. At our first handgun training class there was another couple with a newer version Baby Eagle. It shot like a dream too.

    A CZ is close to the same thing. Service size metal 9's are great to shoot. Would like to pick up a Beretta eventually.
    Dude! No disrespect but this is like putting up a picture of Rosanne Bar (baby eagle) after looking at the Sigs (Brooklyn Decker) above. haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by C hawk Glock View Post
    Dude! No disrespect but this is like putting up a picture of Rosanne Bar (baby eagle) after looking at the Sigs (Brooklyn Decker) above. haha
    Yeah I agree...sure aint as pretty. Gets the job done though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9MMare View Post
    I really liked the Para Ordnance....but it's been awhile...was it steel or plastic? Have you seen that one?
    No, I have never seen it in person, only online or in magazines. It is all steel.
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    The Beretta 92FS comes to mind. I also like Sigs myself.

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    I have an old Star Super A from the 60s. It looks and feels just like a 1911, but it's chambered in 9X23mm Bergman Bayard (Largo). The ammo is kinda' hard to find, and it kicks like a Georgia mule, but a heck of a lot of fun to shoot!

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    S&W had alum frames guns,not sure of steel but
    for a heavy metal gun a 5906 rocks

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