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9 years 6 weeks ago, 3:46 PM

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i can take it anymore my brother in law he´s always talking shit about the hi point he own, and he said i´ts the best ever. and he want me to buy one.i want the m&p9 nor a sig and he said the´r garbage... and he is lrs676

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 3:57 PM

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easy

Well, you have to have some money to buy either one. The M&P9 cost a good penny but is well worth the buy. S&W is a very reliable company and the M&P series has gotten nothing but praise.
You got to have money to buy the Hi-Point because your going to have to buy about 5 total to replace the 4 that go to shit or you throw away. I say stop listening to your brother and go with the M&P9.

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 4:53 PM

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thanks

thanks sytasyn_syn, i got the money to buy those gun. i own a five-seven 5.7 28mm and he cant afford one. i thinking to buy Springfield Armory XDM. do you get one.

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 5:57 PM

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I might

I don't have one but I do plan on getting one. Possibly as my CCW.

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 8:48 PM

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it might be pretty big for ccw. nice piece though

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 9:25 AM

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The XD40? I am a big guy by the way. I'm 6'3" So I can carry alittle bit more gun then most 5'5" guys

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 9:43 AM

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i wasn't saying that the gun was too big for you. i know you can handle a cannon. i thought you were talking about concealing a xdm (which is a large gun to conceal). Any .40 that can hold 16+1 is gonna have a pretty large handle.

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 9:57 AM

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I was talking about the XD, not XDM. The XDM is bigger then the xd40. I could always go with the S&W M327 Revolver! Now thats a tiny gun.

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 9:35 AM

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Hey Syn

hows it goin.

as for reysanz630 try a good H&K USP 9mm if ya can afford it.

9 years 6 weeks ago, 10:24 AM

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or a

USP .45

9 years 6 weeks ago, 10:45 AM

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thanks snake

i will look to those gun. money is not my problem, is people that they buy pace of shit guns and they think are the best..

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 10:49 AM

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reysanz

if money is not a problem... i say look into sig. I prefer them over any other auto. accurate, durable, and reliable.

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 10:57 AM

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reysanz630

Are you interested in classic guns? Revolvers perhapes?

9 years 6 weeks ago, 11:56 AM

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thanks reaper308

i checking on sig but witch model,9mm because my wife is trying to get the pistol permit and i want something like that for her.accurate, durable, and reliable.

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 1:57 PM

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i like the p229 (compact) or p226 (full size)

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 2:14 PM

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P229 compact it is.....thanks i heard good think about that gun

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9 years 6 weeks ago, 1:47 PM

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Sig 229

Hey reysanz630, the sig 229 is a very fine weapon but little heavy on top as for thickness, if it's for the wife try looking into a sig 232 .380 ACP it comes in either blue alloy and stainless steel. Nice little weapon small and light enough for a lady. The 380 ACP is effective cartridge at close range. Use golden sabre hollow points to stock it with. They are the heaviest of all brands. Second choice would be hornady XTP/TAP i believe it is available in the TAP loading and of course the Federal Hydrashok. These rounds are your top choice for the .380 and easy to manage. The weapon is very very reliable. I carried one for a few years as a amored truck courier and shot it a lot. Easy to maintain and break down for cleaning and maintance. Again just a suggestion.

9 years 6 weeks ago, 10:14 AM

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buying 1st Sig 556

I am looking to purchase my 1st Sig 556. Question is "will .223 rounds fire safely in the Sig 556 Holo?

9 years 6 weeks ago, 3:46 PM

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thanks craigman9mm

thanks craigman9mm it´s true my friend has one and he let me used and my wife try but she said the gun is heavy for her......... thanks

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