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If you carry a micro 9mm, which one did you choose?

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View Poll Results: Which micro 9mm pistol do you own and carry?

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  • Diamondback (any micro 9)

    4 1.95%
  • Glock 43

    29 14.15%
  • HK P30SK

    5 2.44%
  • Kahr PM9 or CM9

    21 10.24%
  • Kimber Evo SP or Solo

    3 1.46%
  • Kimber Micro 9

    9 4.39%
  • Ruger EC9S or LC9S

    18 8.78%
  • Smith and Wesson Shield

    44 21.46%
  • SCCY

    0 0%
  • Sig P290

    5 2.44%
  • Sig P938

    27 13.17%
  • Sig P365

    58 28.29%
  • Springfield XD(s) 3.3

    10 4.88%
  • Springfield Hellcat

    4 1.95%
  • Walther PPS M2

    14 6.83%
  • Other

    21 10.24%
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    Sig is dominating...It just goes to show you can't believe everything you read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhusker95 View Post
    Sig is dominating...It just goes to show you can't believe everything you read.
    Shield -- 21.43%
    Sig P365 -- 29.12%
    The two frontrunners. Yep. That's about right.
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    I thought the G43 would be doing better.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wavygravy View Post
    Shield -- 21.43%
    Sig P365 -- 29.12%
    The two frontrunners. Yep. That's about right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBMW View Post
    I thought the G43 would be doing better.
    Maybe there were a good number of people like me who shot the G43, LC9s, XDs, PPS M2, and Shield, and thought the Shield felt and shot the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wavygravy View Post
    Shield -- 21.43%
    Sig P365 -- 29.12%
    The two frontrunners. Yep. That's about right.
    How can so many own a Sig365 with all bad stuff written about them?
    I have owned quite a few firearms and all besides one manufacturer
    has ran fine for me...I must really be lucky or a lot of people cause the problems
    themselves and blame the gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhusker95 View Post
    How can so many own a Sig365 with all bad stuff written about them?
    I have owned quite a few firearms and all besides one manufacturer
    has ran fine for me...I must really be lucky or a lot of people cause the problems
    themselves and blame the gun.
    ... Or some gun manufacturers have more problems than others....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wavygravy View Post
    Maybe there were a good number of people like me who shot the G43, LC9s, XDs, PPS M2, and Shield, and thought the Shield felt and shot the best.
    I cant speak for any but the PPS M2...It has great ergo's but is a tad heavy for me
    compared to the CM9 but i like it a lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wavygravy View Post
    ... Or some gun manufacturers have more problems than others....
    Are you saying i should buy a lottery ticket?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhusker95 View Post
    Are you saying i should buy a lottery ticket?
    Ohhhh, Husker, Husker. You're throwing me a slow softball over the plate here. I'll resist the temptation (even though you knew I was referring to Kahrs).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhusker95 View Post
    How can so many own a Sig365 with all bad stuff written about them?
    I have owned quite a few firearms and all besides one manufacturer
    has ran fine for me...I must really be lucky or a lot of people cause the problems
    themselves and blame the gun.
    It appeared to me that most of the problems with the 365 were awhile back. My wife has had hers for almost a year with no issues. I have had no issues with mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G26Raven View Post
    It appeared to me that most of the problems with the 365 were awhile back. My wife has had hers for almost a year with no issues. I have had no issues with mine.
    I agree there. I'd be perfectly comfortable getting a 365 now. Not so when they first came out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wavygravy View Post
    Ohhhh, Husker, Husker. You're throwing me a slow softball over the plate here. I'll resist the temptation (even though you knew I was referring to Kahrs).
    Oh i knew you were but 10.44 % showing isn't so bad considering the hate.
    My vote is the only one that matters
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    There are also likely a good number of people who bought the Shield in the three years it was out before Glock released the 43. The Shield came out in '12, the Glock 43 in '15. By '15 Smith had sold a million Shields already. They're over 3 million now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wavygravy View Post
    Maybe there were a good number of people like me who shot the G43, LC9s, XDs, PPS M2, and Shield, and thought the Shield felt and shot the best.
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    I picked up the Sig P365 for $429.00 at a Black Friday sale, the following weekend took it straight out of the box and shot it in a 2-gun match with my AR, and ended up winning the CCP division that day; the gun was quite literally flawless right out of the box, with no cleaning or lubing or practicing as I normally do with a new carry gun.

    All in all I say Sig out Glocked Glock on the micro carry pistolas.

    Just my .02.


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    If you carry a micro 9mm, which one did you choose?

    Quote Originally Posted by steig View Post
    Kahr CM/PM9 is the Smallest 9mm I could find. Not counting the diamondback DB9
    Had both, got rid of both. I couldnít get either one to run tight for me. Top round popped out of all the mags to easy for my liking, had multiple failures to feed and failures to extract with a variety of ammo, with both. And I didnít like that long trigger at all. Some guys swear by them though. Glad it works for you. I wasnít looking for smallest, just the best small 9mm. I like my Walther PPS M2 and my Sig P365. Isnít it great we have choices?


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