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Glock GenM...or Gen5, if it happens.

Ignoring Glock: if I were to buy another from one of the alien species it would probably be the CZ first, with one of the premium SIGs in the 'maybe' category unless S&W releases a 2.0 in an upgrade version. However I'm always interested with strikers and if the APX or some other suddenly seems to hit that 'buy me' button, who knows? More likely that I'll wait until 2018 and calm, settled dust before doing anything in THIS arena.

Gut feel: 2018 rolls around, and the Hudson will still be MIA.


I spoke to the dude that owns my LGS last night. He stated that the Smith and Wesson rep was in yesterday, and that he stated that there are a bunch of new 2.0 guns coming in the near future. To include some Performance Center offerings.

I asked him if he asked about the 9c 2.0 and he said the rep was sheepish and didn't know specifics.


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I might give the FN 509 a try.



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If they'd release one sans thumb safety and in black, a 5" M&P 2.0 is appealing.
But so is the CZ P10C...


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I would like to see and handle a Grand Power P40 10mm....would consider buying one if it fit my hands.

No one around here even carries them. Frown
 
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Yeah...I missed a few options like the vp9sk, Glock Gen 4.5 or 5, and the M&P 2.0. Just comment if you plan to get those. It is surprising how sig should be able to sell a lot of the P320 X series. I wpull be interested but accuracy report has not been the best.


What accuracy report?? Even the plain Jane P320s have proven to be extremely accurate.


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No M&P 2.0 on the list?


I'll probably pickup another late summer for an RMR project.


Nice! I read your thread on the M&P 2.0 and very encouraging as are others I have read and great reports on accuracy compared to sporadic problems reported with full size 9MM M&P. Though I did not get to put many rounds through the guns I tried I really liked the M&P 2.0 and better than the CZ P-10C. Hoping they do make the M&P 2.0 Compact.


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I said none. I toyed with the idea of buying a VP9 last year but never followed through.

I'll probably put those funds towards a Mk23 or a silencer for my M1A.


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Don't know which model, X5 or not, but a 320 is on my list.
 
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The p320x-c intrigues me and will eventually get one when they become more available. I also would like a Walther ppq m1, but I just blew my wad on two Sig p226 vintage late 1980s on gunbroker and need to cool my heals.

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Don't know which model, X5 or not, but a 320 is on my list.


Mine too and a ton of others I am sure. I overheard my LGS, which is a very large and high volume one, discussing the P320 the other day and how they are flying off the self since SIG won the Army and ICE contracts.


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I will look at them to see if any of them strike a fancy.

I have a feeling the Beretta will be the sleeper of the bunch. People made fun of the looks of the slide. Well, I heard at least one person say it is the best slide design for manipulation he has handled.

We will see.


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I might give the FN 509 a try.


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About the only striker I'm interested in is a G40, or a 17L, might have to get one or both...



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HK VP9-SK

Yeah, I've been debating about that one. HK is currently offering a short-term pro deal to factory authorized LGS employees on the VPs, including the as yet unreleased VP9SK. At a nice price, but I can't see myself ever carrying one. I mean, drop it in the sand or mud and, well, y'know.... Wink Razz

Still, I DO like shooting my VP9...
 
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Originally posted by soggy_spinout:At a nice price, but I can't see myself ever carrying one. I mean, drop it in the sand or mud and, well, y'know.... Wink Razz.


Not to mention smashing it against steel plate.
 
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It's not listed but I'd really like to get my hands on the Sig P320 X Carry.



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Just got a M&P 2.0 9mm. Plan to by a .45 compact if they make it in the 2.0.


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P320 Compact w/manual safety.


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cannot imagine any thing better than my Walther pdq.45
 
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