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Old 01-30-2006, 08:53   #1
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Ideal Carry on a budget. Any Inputs?

What do you think would be the best carry gun below 35k? I am leaning towards the G19 but i'm wondering if there are other options out there worth considering.

Based on your experiences, what FAs are reliable, ideal for carry, and budget conscious?

thanks in advance!
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Old 01-30-2006, 14:59   #2
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Re: Ideal Carry on a budget. Any Inputs?

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What do you think would be the best carry gun below 35k? I am leaning towards the G19 but i'm wondering if there are other options out there worth considering.

Based on your experiences, what FAs are reliable, ideal for carry, and budget conscious?

thanks in advance!
go with a g23, g30 or a commander size 1911.
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Old 01-30-2006, 16:48   #3
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.45 Cal. Norinco Commander. Less than P20K.
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Old 01-30-2006, 18:53   #4
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.45 Cal. Norinco Commander. Less than P20K.
Same as Django's suggestion. Get a Norinco Commander. Ask Deenoh for prices.
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Old 01-30-2006, 20:43   #5
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bersa thunder .380- check out horge's website
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Old 01-30-2006, 20:59   #6
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Steyr MA-1 in 9mm or .40cal can also fit this category. Same size as a Glock 19
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Old 01-30-2006, 21:52   #7
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Old 01-30-2006, 22:37   #8
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Steyr MA-1 in 9mm or .40cal can also fit this category. Same size as a Glock 19
Deenoh ,
how much do the Steyr cost..how about parts and accesories availability.
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Ill go for the polymer frame autoloaders, for everyday carry - much lighter than the all metal autoloaders.
Taurus PT, Steyr, Glock,Sig, HK usp's, Kahr (kung meron sa Pinas)
di masyado problema sa rusting

but if you are a big guy, all metal mas matibay
CZ,1911 style auto loaders(norinco,armscor),jericho, daewoo,etc.

snubbies limited ang capacity not unless mabilis kang mag reload.
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Old 01-31-2006, 00:52   #9
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.45 Cal. Norinco Commander. Less than P20K.
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Old 01-31-2006, 08:50   #10
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salamat!

thanks guys for all your inputs. I will decide one the funds come in!
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Old 01-31-2006, 08:55   #11
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go with a g23, g30 or a commander size 1911.

MR_BIG,

Is there a difference in grip thickness between the G19 and G23?

thanks.
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Old 01-31-2006, 09:18   #12
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Re: Ideal Carry on a budget. Any Inputs?

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What do you think would be the best carry gun below 35k? I am leaning towards the G19 but i'm wondering if there are other options out there worth considering.

Based on your experiences, what FAs are reliable, ideal for carry, and budget conscious?

thanks in advance!
Budget = Kel-Tec, Makarov, Surplus Browning High Power, S&W 3909, etc...
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Old 01-31-2006, 09:23   #13
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Re: Ideal Carry on a budget. Any Inputs?

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What do you think would be the best carry gun below 35k? I am leaning towards the G19 but i'm wondering if there are other options out there worth considering.

Based on your experiences, what FAs are reliable, ideal for carry, and budget conscious?

thanks in advance!
In no particular order, if I were to carry:
1. Bersa .380 7 rd at 16K ata
2. Norinco Tokarev NP33? at <10K
3. CZ83 380 ba yun at 35K
4. GI Norinco Commander at 17K (medyo malaki na nga ito)
5. Taurus MilPro Single stack at 23k yata
6. Keltec pala P3AT, P11 o P32 kung meron lang naman
7. G19/23/26/27/30/36
8. Kahr P9/E9 (pero mahal na ito)
9. Me STI mini 1911 pa nga pero napakamahal na nito
10 All 2-3" revolvers

But really, if you do need to carry, any gun will do.
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Old 01-31-2006, 15:09   #14
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Re: go with a g23, g30 or a commander size 1911.

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Is there a difference in grip thickness between the G19 and G23?thanks.
For small hands like mine, the difference is big.

If you check the for sale thread, you'll see lot's of good stuff.

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Old 02-01-2006, 00:17   #15
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Re: go with a g23, g30 or a commander size 1911.

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Is there a difference in grip thickness between the G19 and G23?
There is no difference. With regards to thickness of the grip, among all the glock models only the G20/G21/G29/G30 (thicker) and the G36 (thinner) are different.
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Deenoh ,
how much do the Steyr cost..how about parts and accesories availability.
Thanks
Steyr M9-A1 is 32,000, Steyr M40-A1 is 34,000. Parts would not be a problem since we have imported parts along with the pistols. Accessories are also not a problem since the rails are universal and will fit almost all attachments, sights can be replaced with meps or trijicon. HK holsters will accept the Steyr. Holsters specifically designed for the Steyr will be coming within the next month or so.
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Re: go with a g23, g30 or a commander size 1911.

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Is there a difference in grip thickness between the G19 and G23?

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they both use the same frame.
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My bad - I was thinking G23 = 45ACP
No difference.....

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Steyr M9-A1 is 32,000, Steyr M40-A1 is 34,000. Parts would not be a problem since we have imported parts along with the pistols. Accessories are also not a problem since the rails are universal and will fit almost all attachments, sights can be replaced with meps or trijicon. HK holsters will accept the Steyr. Holsters specifically designed for the Steyr will be coming within the next month or so.

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Old 02-01-2006, 08:45   #20
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Bersa .380

Where can you get a Bersa .380 here?

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Re: Bersa .380

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Where can you get a Bersa .380 here?

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Old 02-02-2006, 07:24   #22
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Taurus 24/7 or PT 909?

Hi guys,
any experience with these FAs? I just held both at Trust Trade and they both feel good. Looking at the construction as well, it seems like Taurus did a good job. I just don't know how they perform. The prices are really attractive too.

any experiences will be appreciated. thanks!
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Old 02-02-2006, 07:51   #23
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whats your height,weight,built and what kinda clothes you often wear? btw guys, this is not a kinky question;f ;f
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Old 02-02-2006, 08:51   #24
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whats your height,weight,built and what kinda clothes you often wear?
I second these questions.
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Re: Taurus 24/7 or PT 909?

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Hi guys,
any experience with these FAs? I just held both at Trust Trade and they both feel good. Looking at the construction as well, it seems like Taurus did a good job. I just don't know how they perform. The prices are really attractive too.

any experiences will be appreciated. thanks!

Pinuputok ba ang carry gun , di ba pinangpupokpok lang yan
Kung maliit baril mo masasaktan lang kamay mo
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