G17 or G19 either one.
If I could have only one handgun, I'd select a different place to live where I can have more handguns.
Which is precisely what I do now.
G19 with some 33 rounds magazines
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The practical, but boring answer: Glock 19
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For me to only have one handgun would mean that I didn't have a chance to get to the safe for any of the others. So I'd have my G23, because that's what I always carry and have at the ready. If I can get to my conversion barrels I guess that I would be okay with leaving everything else.
But I'd give up the traditional handgun in a heartbeat if I could take my AR pistol in its place. Especially if I could get a M203 mounted on it...
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From what I already own, P228. If I had to start from scratch and could only have 1, probably a G19.
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I'll start out with a Glock 31 Gen 4 / .357 sig. Then if I don't get killed off and run out of ammo, I'll commandeer a 9mm glock, because they're everywhere.
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It pains me to say this...but it would be my G23.
It would really hurt giving up the rest of them.
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G17 or G19.
I would also be fine with a 226, M9, or 1911 or 220.
If were stuck in the one pistol scenario for a long period of time with no possibility of getting another pistol, I'd go with either a S&W or Ruger revolver in .357 magnum. I could use plentiful .38 special and the .357 for hunting.
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G19 or G17. I don't shoot Glocks well but if we are talking the last and only gun I can get my hands on, I would learn to shoot them well.
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For me it would be a W/G P226 9x19 with about 4 mags.
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Two years ago I would have said my P229 SCT....Now, 2 years and 20,000 rounds later, it would be a P320
My EDC and bedside gun are a P220 Elite 10mm DA/SA Stainless steel beauty, with a couple of reloads.
But fortunately I'm not limited to one gun, and have a number (All SIGs, DA/SA) stashed in places around the abode, all fully loaded with a round in the chamber.
I just haven't become fascinated with the plastic guns.
And thank God we're usually not limited to one!
Cheers, and stay safe,
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