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    IS this available?

    Please help me find a gun that fits my criteria.

    Looking for a compact 9mm, by compact something that can be ccw but also have relatively high capacity (12 to 15rounds) in the smallest package possible.

    Has to have a rail and can be purchased with a Threaded barrell OR an aftermarket threaded barrel is easily available to purchase.

    So far, all I got is the Glock 19. There are the Sig Elite Darks, but they seem very expensive. Any others you can think of?

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    I would add CZ to the list. I have the SP01 and love it, but it's a hoss. There are several medium/compact models available including the new P07.

    A google query implies that threaded barrels are available for some models but you would need to confirm before making a purchase.

    Edit: Oh yeah, there's also the XD line.
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    I don't know about a threaded barrel option, but, the Ruger SR9 is very concealable, thin and has a 17+1 capacity. Fairly light and if you shop around, can be found for under $400.

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    maybe a Sig P250c? I know they are available with threaded barrels, and I love mine...
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    The Glock 19 is nice.

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    You can't go wrong with either the Glock 17 or Ruger SR9. The G17 is a tad more expensive than the Ruger. The Ruger at $400 (-/+) a little you do have several options to consider.

    You should go to a local gun store and handle each of these handguns. See which one feels the most comfortable in your hand.
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    Heckler-Koch (HK), either the USP Compact or the P30 might be an option. Both have 13+ rds, integrated light rail. HK has threaded bbls. Unknown if either handles it, but wouldn't be surprised. Both are under 7" in length, so they're relatively compact. But they're ~7" in length and relative "fat" in the grip, since 13+ rds takes a lot of space.

    BTW, I've got a CZ P-01. 14rds with an integrated rail. Unknown if a threaded bbl is available as an option. Can't imagine the CZ 75 series has lived so long and doesn't have a threaded bbl available.
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    CZ75 P-01, 14+1 rounds, alloy frame, buiult tough and are accurate. MSRP is about $670. most places I've seen them are selling them for about $600.

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    I bought my wife (uhum, myself) a Springfield XD9 subcompact that I believe meets that criteria. I paid $500 used, but in excellent condition.

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    The Glock 19 is the best overall option IMHO. However..maybe look at the p229, the CZs have really gathered steam lately and seem to be a really good weapon. However for ease of use, capacity and overall value, I gotta say go Glock.
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    The Glock 19 is hard to beat. You may also want to consider the S&W M&P9c. It is smaller than the G19 and a little larger than the G26, has a capacity of 12+1, and a threaded barrel can be had through Storm Lake.

    I find the M&P9c to be more concealable than the G19 and much more ergonomic. But like Isaid, it is hard to beat the G19. If I were to own only one handgun, the G19 would be it.

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    H&K P2000 would meet that criteria. Small, tight and ultra reliable.
    The H&K P2000SK is even smaller but only 10 rds.....size for capacity. Its always a trade-off

    Either way, you cant go wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by pespiman View Post
    I don't know about a threaded barrel option, but, the Ruger SR9 is very concealable, thin and has a 17+1 capacity. Fairly light and if you shop around, can be found for under $400.
    I agree. My Ruger SR9, while not the most showy or desired gun, has been very reliable and easy to carry. Would I like a Sig? Sure, but for the money, SR9 is great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwalker497 View Post
    Please help me find a gun that fits my criteria.

    Looking for a compact 9mm, by compact something that can be ccw but also have relatively high capacity (12 to 15rounds) in the smallest package possible.

    Has to have a rail and can be purchased with a Threaded barrell OR an aftermarket threaded barrel is easily available to purchase.

    So far, all I got is the Glock 19. There are the Sig Elite Darks, but they seem very expensive. Any others you can think of?
    I have a Taurus PT111 Pro. It holds 12+1 and it very easy to conceal. Reliable little handgun, never had an issue with it.

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