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Besides XD9 which I know most of you have...what would be your secondary choice of handgun in 9mm caliber?
 

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If money were no object, I would say the Sig P226 X-Five. :wink:

If money were an object, I would rank:

1. Sig P226
2. SA 1911-A1 in 9mm
3. Browning Hi-Power
 

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If I already had an XD and wanted aother 9mm of different make, I would buy a Sig in 9mm. The P226 or the P229 are both very nice guns.
 

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If you'd still prefer plastic, give the Walther P99 in 9mm a try. This gun remains one of the smoothest shooting 9mm pistols I've ever shot. I have a .40 P99, buddy has the 9mm. I love my .40, BUT, there's something about that 9mm.

If I had to pick one word to describe it, it would be "butter".

-stunks

P.S. if you've never tried one, try it! It sounds corny, but there's just something about the way it feels when it's fired. The action is unbelieveably smooth and crisp, hard to describe.
 

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You can't ever go wrong with Sig.
 

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I'd say in this order:
-Sig P226 (i like the ST variant myself)
-USP (but i'd prefer a .45 for the usp full size)
-Glock 19 (Yes, guys, i said glock. My only complaint with glocks is the grip angle)
 

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Browning HiPower...
 

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CZ-75B, hands down. There is a reason why I now own two.
 

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Not a fair question. You should have asked what our Top Ten next choices might be. :D

Browning High Power

STI 1911 in 9mm

CZ 75

Sig 220

HK USP

S&W 686

Big Bore Smith or Taurus Revolver

One of those long slide Glock 17's

That new S&W polymer auto

Kahr .40


Note: List changes daily, sometimes hourly. :D

EDIT : I forgot to include the Walther P38 and a Broomhandle Mauser.
 
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