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    decocker with manual safety

    I was wondering if i could get some help in finding a handgun in 9mm, .40, or.45 that has a decocker and manual safety.
    however i am looking for one that has both of them on there at the same time. not simply interchangable. a perfect
    example would be the Sig Sauer Mosquito. of course the only problem with that is that it only comes in .22lr. i know it is a
    little redundand but if there is one thing i have learned in the military is that yes. the owner/operator is the most important factor to safety but you can never be TO safe. i Taught my wife on the mosquito and she is ready to move up to a larger
    round and we both loved the feel and features on it. does anyone have any suggestions?

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    The Ruger P95 (9mm) and P345 (.45) both have his feature.

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    I know Bersa makes them, and I believe Beretta does also.

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    Smith and Wesson 39, 59 or 900 series in 9mm, 400 series in.40. These are well made, and a great bargain...you can find them in the $300-$400 range. I'm partial to the DA/SA trigger, the magazine disconnect safety (no mag, no fire), and the decocker/safety (hammer block):

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankeejib View Post
    Smith and Wesson 39, 59 or 900 series in 9mm, 400 series in.40. These are well made, and a great bargain...you can find them in the $300-$400 range. I'm partial to the DA/SA trigger, the magazine disconnect safety (no mag, no fire), and the decocker/safety (hammer block):

    Smith 908, and 410

    This. My s&w model 469 (9mm) had one. Doesn't some sigs have this?

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    Taurus 24/7 G2 has the manual thumb safety that is also the decoker. I hope this helps. God Bless


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    Quote Originally Posted by pir8fan View Post
    The Ruger P95 (9mm) and P345 (.45) both have his feature.
    I am currently carrying the P95 which has this safety feature....love it. Great shooing gun.....never had a problem.

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    Beretta. The M9/92 has a manual decocker/safety all in one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95 View Post
    I am currently carrying the P95 which has this safety feature....love it. Great shooing gun.....never had a problem.
    Yes again on the P95. I have the precursor, the P94, and love that gun.
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    Most of the HKs have this feature you require.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyndo View Post
    Most of the HKs have this feature you require.
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    I once rented an FN pistol that had a combination decocker/thumb safety. If I tried to use the thumb safety as a thumb rest like on a 1911, I ended up decocking the hammer. After that, I would say no thanks for a combination of functions on one control. If you ever had to use a firearm under stress, a combo control like that could add some confusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigamortis View Post
    I once rented an FN pistol that had a combination decocker/thumb safety. If I tried to use the thumb safety as a thumb rest like on a 1911, I ended up decocking the hammer. After that, I would say no thanks for a combination of functions on one control. If you ever had to use a firearm under stress, a combo control like that could add some confusion.
    Im not sure about others, but I carry mine with the decocker/safety off. That way, under stress you pull it out and hit the bang switch....
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    Im not sure about others, but I carry mine with the decocker/safety off. That way, under stress you pull it out and hit the bang switch....
    That's what I do. Hammer down for a double action first shot of course.
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