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    I fail to see how a Glock or XD is blocky when compared to others? Glocks have "nothing" to snag on, and I have yet to have any malfunction on mine whatsover. I wonder if the mag springs and or rod springs are getting worn in both the XD and Glock, cause my G19 could care less whether it is clean or dirty. The M&P is a nice gun, although Smith sure loves their high prices. Bersa has some real nice guns, have you considered them?

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    Oh I get your point for sure-just saying that is how a lot of places are.

  4. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by Pokey View Post
    I fail to see how a Glock or XD is blocky when compared to others? Glocks have "nothing" to snag on, and I have yet to have any malfunction on mine whatsover. I wonder if the mag springs and or rod springs are getting worn in both the XD and Glock, cause my G19 could care less whether it is clean or dirty. The M&P is a nice gun, although Smith sure loves their high prices. Bersa has some real nice guns, have you considered them?
    Glocks are about the same price as a M&P(compact of full size). Smith and Wesson autos tend to be priced to sell it's when you get into the snubs and wheel guns they jack the prices up.

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  5. #34

    New Sig Sauer P290

    Quote Originally Posted by todbiker View Post
    saw one today.... a model 250? it seems relatively small
    250 has a small version.

    The newest one is the P290.

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  6. not comfortable in my hand

    Quote Originally Posted by Pokey View Post
    I fail to see how a Glock or XD is blocky when compared to others? Glocks have "nothing" to snag on, and I have yet to have any malfunction on mine whatsover. I wonder if the mag springs and or rod springs are getting worn in both the XD and Glock, cause my G19 could care less whether it is clean or dirty. The M&P is a nice gun, although Smith sure loves their high prices. Bersa has some real nice guns, have you considered them?
    I have a full size Glock 22 and it fits my hand fine and shoots really well, no issues as long I use both hands. I got some fat fingers that just don't like the fit of the stubby model 26 handle, which is kinda of important when only have a two finger grip. The XD had the mag finger extension, so it was a little better, both the glock and XD just felt block like gripping it compared to the S&W M&P9c for me.

  7. #36

    Kahr

    Quote Originally Posted by todbiker View Post
    it was a new all metal subcompact, so that's why it was heavy, and calibered in 9mm
    I carry an MK9. The first few days you might notice it, but with a good holster (I recommend going custom) and a quality belt, you won't notice the weight of a metal gun. I think that the extra weight makes it more pleasant to shoot than its polymer twin, the PM9, but YMMV.

    K9 with laser grips is a thing of beauty! :)

  8. that's nice

    Quote Originally Posted by eaccents View Post
    250 has a small version.

    The newest one is the P290.

    Sig site: Products & Services
    I'm starting to lean towards a single stack subcompact so pocket carry is a practical option. That one looks to be around the same size as the Walther PPS that caught my eye. Looks like the Sig has the night sight opt available which I'd be interested in.

  9. It's good to have lots of choice till you have to choose

    Quote Originally Posted by eaccents View Post
    I carry an MK9. The first few days you might notice it, but with a good holster (I recommend going custom) and a quality belt, you won't notice the weight of a metal gun. I think that the extra weight makes it more pleasant to shoot than its polymer twin, the PM9, but YMMV.

    K9 with laser grips is a thing of beauty! :)
    Heavy does help with recoil and lets you know it's there when you're carrying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todbiker View Post
    I have a full size Glock 22 and it fits my hand fine and shoots really well, no issues as long I use both hands. I got some fat fingers that just don't like the fit of the stubby model 26 handle, which is kinda of important when only have a two finger grip. The XD had the mag finger extension, so it was a little better, both the glock and XD just felt block like gripping it compared to the S&W M&P9c for me.
    Yeah that can make the sub-compact Glocks to be a bit hard to handle or be comfy. The M&P is a very comfy gun, I too like how it felt.

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