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Old 11-04-2013, 08:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I'm getting rid of my g27 to get something different since I have a g19 and g23. I'm interested in the sign sauer 250 in 40 caliber use I don't want to have to get 45 ammo. But hers the problem, the grip is to large for my hands. I don'tthink it would work for me so any suggestions price rang I have is 550-600..... I really don't want a 9 mm but i think I might have to or get another block with my discount I can get a 4 the Gen for discount. Any ideas for what I shipould handle before I rent at range to shoot before buying.....thanks guys,
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Old 11-04-2013, 09:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I am a big fan of the Glock 19 and the Sig Sauer P250 in 9mm.
I prefer revolevrs but when I do have a semi-loaders it is usually a 9mm...
They can have plenty bunch with HP and the prices per rounds are the lowest available for a competent round.
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Yeah I like the 220 in 9 mm also... I might get a 22 LR pistol for linking I really am just what something new. My ar is tricked out so i don't need anything for it. I m gonna go to my buddy's shop this week and look some more. I really want a sig maybe the 220 grips will be smaller.. week see. I want a 45 but ammo is the problem, I have so much 9&40 it would be dumb not to get one of those calibers,,, thanks palmer
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Old 11-05-2013, 12:05 PM   #5 (permalink)
 
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That's one thing I had in mind I got a guy who wants to trade for a 1911 waiting on pics to see what it is......good idea kwo I forgot they made them in. 40......
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1911 in .40 or 9mm, Sig 228/229 (CPO), M&P. I am in a similar boat. I have 9mm, 10mm, and .45. No .40 in the stable and don't really want to add another caliber. Inevitably I will have to add a .40 but I am hoping to be reloading at that point.
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If there is are market they make one.I think if they had not feminized the FBI and police departments we would all be still caring 45's.
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I don't own this particular gun but have shot several and am impressed. The Ruger SR series in 9mm or .40S&W. Good shooting gun and they don't break the bank.

Another thought is the S&W M&P series. They are also good shooters and have the adjustable palm swells.
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Might as well get another Glock. 30 s for me. Go big or go home!
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CZ-75
Proven design, DA/SA, can carry cocked and locked like a 1911. And one of the best grips on any Semi-auto

Personally, I don't see the point in a .40cal 1911. If I am going to carry a heavy, clunky, old-tyme pistol; it may as well shoot a heavy, clunky, old-tyme cartridge
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