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Uspc .45 for me!




Unless HK ever actually produces a production P7M7 (.45 version of the legendary P7) :eek:
 

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Ooben said:
Does anyone have any experience with the Carry GAP? To me it looks like the perfect compromise of size, weight, caliber and capacity. I promised the wifey I would do lots of research on this before plunking down some bills..... :)



Here's a link to Guns and Ammo's review...

http://www.gunsandammomag.com/cs/Satellite/IMO_GA/Story_C/Paras+Power+Package?packedargs=pagenum%3D1

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probably as small as any semi 45 out there in all metal version. Still IMO much to big for pocket carry and to heavy also, but I owned a carry 9 (very similar) and it was a nice gun, if you want a 1911 style 45. My choick today definitely would be the Kahr pm45, none smaller, certainly none liter and oh yes they do go bang every time. Very loooong smooth trigger, that you will love.
 

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HowardCohodas said:
This is what I will EDC when Crimson Trace has a LaserGrip for it.

M&P 45c

I hadmy M& P 9 which was the worst trigger I have ever taken out of the box, Had it all reworked by Dave bowie of Bowie tactical. If you haven'thad a trigger/action job done on your M & P by bowie then you will never know what your are missing.

My M & P 9 is the most accurate handgun in myarsenal. It has never once faile dto go bang, He installed hi viz adjustable sites on it along with compelte stippling job . My best range gun, jno doubt BUT entirely to big for my to carry IWB or OWB. I knew that when I bought it though..

I think Smith has got it right now with the M & P and I am here to "priase" ceasar..
 

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Nighthawk Enforcer II, (Commander size) titanium frame (no longer offered), bull barrel, Heinie Slant Pros, and oh so sweet.

 

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This is my perfect size 45. They no longer make this in all steel so I'm glad I got on board early. I added the CrimsonTrace grips later. I did have to replace the ambidextrous safety to add the laser but to me that was a non issue.This is a Springfield Micro compact

 

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MNBud said:
This is my perfect size 45. They no longer make this in all steel so I'm glad I got on board early. I added the CrimsonTrace grips later. I did have to replace the ambidextrous safety to add the laser but to me that was a non issue.This is a Springfield Micro compact
Hey Bud, what kind of holster is that? I've been trying to find a high ride pancake for my SA Ultra Compact, haven't had much luck yet......
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Ooben said:
MNBud said:
This is my perfect size 45. They no longer make this in all steel so I'm glad I got on board early. I added the CrimsonTrace grips later. I did have to replace the ambidextrous safety to add the laser but to me that was a non issue.This is a Springfield Micro compact
Hey Bud, what kind of holster is that? I've been trying to find a high ride pancake for my SA Ultra Compact, haven't had much luck yet......
Thanks,
Mike
Hi Mike, It's a Don Hume H721. I'm kind of a fan of his stuff.He does litte extra stuff like stiching around the belt slots. Always a great fit with his stuff.
Bud
 

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Colt New Agent W/CT Laser grips.





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jocko said:
My choick today definitely would be the Kahr pm45, none smaller, certainly none liter and oh yes they do go bang every time. Very loooong smooth trigger, that you will love.
I have a CW45 - the bargain line. Smaller and lighter than any 1911. Shoots like a dream.
 

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argyle said:
jocko said:
My choick today definitely would be the Kahr pm45, none smaller, certainly none liter and oh yes they do go bang every time. Very loooong smooth trigger, that you will love.
I have a CW45 - the bargain line. Smaller and lighter than any 1911. Shoots like a dream.
indeed and a real shooter to, and oh yes lite indeed. Nice gun, extremely nice price on CW's to..
 

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I like Kahr's smallest 45, the PM45....but not for $1,000 I don't like it that much!
 

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96GTS said:
I like Kahr's smallest 45, the PM45....but not for $1,000 I don't like it that much!
not sure where ur reading that stuff at but the PM 45 MSRP for $855 and it can be bought all day long for $700. u kinda over inflated that price ...

the cw45 only slightly larger MSRP for $606 and c an be bought all day for $525

My good smallgun dealer just quoted me a price on the PM45 this week for $675. that is a hell of a bargain , I think.. It was the kahr model 4543
 

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jocko said:
96GTS said:
I like Kahr's smallest 45, the PM45....but not for $1,000 I don't like it that much!
not sure where ur reading that stuff at but the PM 45 MSRP for $855 and it can be bought all day long for $700. u kinda over inflated that price ...

the cw45 only slightly larger MSRP for $606 and c an be bought all day for $525

My good smallgun dealer just quoted me a price on the PM45 this week for $675. that is a hell of a bargain , I think.. It was the kahr model 4543
I didn't over inflate anything. Maybe I should've been more specific. I was looking at the black stainless slide. I don't care for 2 tone guns for work or CCW. I got the info directly off Kahr's site. No shops around here sell them, so I don't know what the "market value" is. $903 w/o NS (4544) and $1022 w/ NS (4544NS).
http://www.kahr.com/PA-1_45acp_pm.html
 
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