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An exercise in my memory I guess. The Sig SP2022 first comes to mind. Along with the Ruger P95.

Current FN pistols. Beretta 9000.


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HK USP, P2000, P30, etc.


Not sure if you are wanting to include striker fired guns with DA capability or not, but there are a few in that category.
 
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You may want to define what exactly "high capacity" is (I prefer the term Standard Capacity) ...but, based on what many of us think of:

Glocks, SIGs, CZs ...

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An exercise in my memory I guess. The Sig SP2022 first comes to mind. Along with the Ruger P95.

Current FN pistols. Beretta 9000.


Better add in the entire SIG Pro line, to include the SP2340 and SP2009.
 
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Isn't the new-ish S&W M&P EZ line technically hammer fired as well? I can't remember if it has second strike capability.


Really though, there are dozens license built or derived guns made in Turkey, India, the Czech Republic, Pakistan, the Philippines, and just about any place with some type of gun manufacturing culture. Every time I'm at SHOT there are rows upon rows of these manufacturers looking for an importer. There's no shortage of people willing to make $300 plastic guns.


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HK P2000
HK P30, P30L
HK 45
 
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Thanks all...guess I was thinking the DA/SA pistols were vastly outnumbered by striker fired pistols.

High capacity= 12 rounds or more.


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A few more...

CZ SP-01 Phantom
Grand Power: K100, P-series, Q1S
FNH FNX series
IWI Jericho 941
SAR/Sarsilmaz: B6, CM9
Taurus TH series (recently announced)


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You may want to define what exactly "high capacity" is (I prefer the term Standard Capacity) ...but, based on what many of us think of:

Glocks, SIGs, CZs ...

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Originally posted by Sunset_Va:
An exercise in my memory I guess. The Sig SP2022 first comes to mind. Along with the Ruger P95.

Current FN pistols. Beretta 9000.


Better add in the entire SIG Pro line, to include the SP2340 and SP2009.


Plus the SPC2009 and SPC2022, which are not generally available in the USA.


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The SP2022's predecessor, SP2340, was so much better than my SP2022. I sort of wish I hadn't traded it away.
 
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Walther PPX


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