I hate it when that happens! :silly: Well, CDNN has (had?) BHP's in .40 for about $400, NIB..... I'm very happy with mine, in 9 :biggrin:Phil Elmore said:I don't want used. I have plenty of guns already; I am getting the "gun itch" but can't decide.
speedtuff said:glock 23 .40
if you want to know why just ask any cop walking down the Street. ask them what they carry and they trust there lifes with it every singal day.
that is the best carry gun for the money I think and ammo is cheap as hell also. :1saufen:
I agree with ya BudBud White said:Just cause the carry it dont mean they like it nor trust it many departments you are stuck with what they issue like my local one here most of the guys used to carry 1911's and the ladys wheelies now std issue is the glock and most dont like it
I'm in EXACTLY the same situation. I'm still doing research for my next 45 and my $$$ tolerance is a bit wider than yours, I can go all the way up to about $1100 total. Still the Magnum Research Baby Eagle .45ACP comes in right at $499 retail and you might do better than that at a gun show. I've heard a lot of good reports on them so I'm considering that.Phil Elmore said:Help me decide on a new gun. Something in the five hundred dollar range would be ideal, but I'll go a little higher if I have to.
I'm interested in maybe a .45, something handy for self-defense with good power. I dunno, though. Field's pretty wide open.
I picked up a used Sig P245 in trade for my POS P10 "Jam-A-Matic" + (get this) $100. Best deal I EVER made and I made certain to tell the dealer the problems I was having with the P10 just so he KNEW I was trading a Lemon. The P245 has become one of my primary carry guns around town. Slides into a Blade Tec IWB and it disappears even in the hot weather of south Florida. So comfortable, I have been known to fall asleep (still wearing the gun IWB) in front of the TV after coming home from dinner with the wife.CombatEffective said:There are plenty of nice "used" Sigs around here in that price range.
I loved my Glock M30 and my Glock M21 in 45 but they were too blocky in my hands. Felt like a 2x4. The Glock 36 also has ergonomic problems for me. My feeling is that for a six round magazine, I'd rather stay with my Sig P245 that feels like Excalibur must have felt to the boy King.QKShooter said:Nobody Said The Stubby Little Mini Glock 36 ?
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