9mm SA

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    9mm SA

    I'd like to get my hands on a 9mm SA automatic as my next handgun, but don't really know what's out there. Would prefer single stack as NY has a 10-round mag limit
    We don't have rental ranges or any of that fun stuff here so it's hard to get an idea of what's good without buying it if you don't know someone who has one. I know it's pretty wide open, but looking for suggestions.

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    well ya got a 1911 from springfield

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    in the singlestack 9 range also a RIa

    not sure what else is out that as single action only in 9mm besides a 1911

    para also not sure if they have single stack fullsize but the little guns are double stack 10 rounders

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    The springfield XD is single action only, double stack though. Your choice of 16rd or 10 rd mags. Not sure if the +1 in the chamber would put you over your limit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBrombach View Post
    The springfield XD is single action only
    Negative. It is a double action, striker fired pistol.

    The only single action 9 mm pistols that I know of (besides some 1911s in that caliber) are the Browning High Power and the CZ 75 SA.

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    Tokarev 9mm is single stack 9mm SA. Only feeds fmj though.

    Not too many options really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremiah View Post
    I'd like to get my hands on a 9mm SA automatic as my next handgun, but don't really know what's out there. Would prefer single stack as NY has a 10-round mag limit
    We don't have rental ranges or any of that fun stuff here so it's hard to get an idea of what's good without buying it if you don't know someone who has one. I know it's pretty wide open, but looking for suggestions.
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    +1 on the CZ-75

    I just acquired a CZ-75B that is DA/SA...no decocker. It can be used C&L or CAREFULLY de-cocked manually... They do make an SA version. If the trigger's any nicer than my plain-jane B model...and it feels good in your hands...I'd recommend it without reservation!

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    Single action 9mm=Browning Hi Power in my book. hey fit almost all hand sizes well. Are reliable and have tons of accessories available.

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    Kimber Aegis or Springfield EMP are a couple of excellent options in single-stack SA only.
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    If its single action and in 9mm there is no question....the origional....Browning HP. I love mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smith&Wessonfan View Post
    Negative. It is a double action, striker fired pistol.

    The only single action 9 mm pistols that I know of (besides some 1911s in that caliber) are the Browning High Power and the CZ 75 SA.
    The XD is striker fired, but it is fully cocked. When the trigger is pulled, all it does is release the striker - so it is single action. You're confusing it with a Glock.

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    TAURUS PT24/7 PRO I've had it for two months, Has a 17 round mag. is SA and reverts to DA if round is a miss fire. Here is asome pics with my S&W CS9.
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