P225 from 1995.
Tough call...I'd have to say it's probably a tie between my Beretta 92FS and my Beretta PX4 Compact.
The PX4 would edge out the 92 for carry, though.
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Maybe an odd choice...Walther P99 AS
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Considering my striker tendencies I've wound up with some really nice ones over the years, but I keep coming back to the old P229R that started me down this road. A sentimental favorite that I shoot fairly good with.
But my M9A3 has been a rock star as well. As has my P229 CC. And then there's the Shadow...
So many good ones.
My Beretta/Wilson Brigadier Tactical, with Wilson trigger job is my favorite DA/SA without a doubt. I'd probably rate the Beretta 92 series pistols as a whole as my favorite DA/SA platform. I really like some of the last 4 digit S&W autos too. They were really spectacular guns when their production ended. The folded sheet metal slide SIGs deserve an honorable mention if they've had a short reset trigger by Grayguns. Without the short reset trigger I feel like those guns are outclassed by DA/SA guns with better trigger resets such as the Beretta 92 and 4 digit Smiths.
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While my GGI tuned P226 is a personal favorite, I agree with Lt. Cheg that the 92 is a better stock trigger. All the M9s I've been issued have had decent triggers as they are old and well broken in. I haven't shot a tuned one, but a Wilson or LTT is on my want list.
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I only own one, my P229.
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Beretta 92 especially the WC Brig tac and Langdon LTT. I also have a centurion that I’m about to send to Wilson. I do like my HKs and Sigs too.
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West German P226
This one specifically, and all of its P228 brothers.
I don't own any pistols that are collector's items or family heirlooms.
My favorites are my SIG P229s chambered in .40 S&W and 357 SIG.
Second choice would be my modified Beretta 92FS in 9 mm Luger, obviously.
Third choice would be my Beretta Cougars, chambered in .40 S&W and .45 ACP.
+1 on the nickel P228. What a beauty.
Not to besmirch my SP2022, but due to my connection with them during my Reserve service years; my commercial Beretta M9.
As much as I love my 239, shooting my S&W 659 always brings a smile to my face!
Something about shooting a gun that weighs just under what a steel rim for a 1967 Buick does is fun!
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P226 TacOp 9mm that has visited GrayGuns
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Original Version P228
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