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    Default Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    After the Paris attacks, I was looking at my firearm supply and I think I should get something with greater capacity. Not necessarily for everyday carry but just to have. I'm mostly a revolver/hunting rifle guy but do own a 10/22 and a Bersa 380. I reload but 9mm seems cheap enough that I probably wouldn't load for it right now.

    I would prefer American made but that's not a super firm requirement. And I have a problem with buying Smith and Wesson because of the Clinton deal. I know it's new owners but it still says Smith and Wesson. I've been looking online a bit but haven't been to a gunshop to handle anything yet.

    Dollar wise, probably 4-5-600 ish

    Suggest away and thanks,

    Dale
    Last edited by dk99358; January 16th, 2016 at 11:40 AM. Reason: added $ info

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    Default Re: Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    Ruger LC9.

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    Default Re: Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    Any one of the Glock models in 9mm accept their 33 round magazine. They also have a plant here in the USA. I'd suggest the 17 or 19.

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    Default Re: Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    How about an FN they're made in VA and are real nice

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    Default Re: Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    Glock 17 or 19

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    Default Re: Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    ^This^

    I think for someone who is new or not to familiar with high cap autos, a Glock is a no brainier.

    If you start out with 1911's, you'll hate plastic guns until you finally buy an XD or an M&P. Anything but a Glock. You don't like the grip angle or you think the first 17's that came out were buttugly hunks of plastic.

    They're inexpensive, they're reliable, parts and accessories are cheap and plentiful. They're the 350 Chevy of automatic pistolis.

    Just for the record, I don't own any Glocks.

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    Default Re: Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by Glockman24 View Post
    Glock 17 or 19
    here-here!

    Personally I prefer the full size, so G17 for me.

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    Default Re: Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    If it's not really for carry I'd look at the Beretta M9/92FS or the CZ75B. I am definitely partial to all-metal pistols although I do carry a Glock 23. If you are interested in some high capacity magazines for your 10/22, you can always pick up some BX25 mags.

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    Default Re: Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    Today I chose my G30SF with the 9rd flushmag and a standard 10rd backup. I also have spare G21 mags with arredondo sleeve that hold 17rd if 10 can't do it. And there's always the G19 with the G18 mag.

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    Default Re: Thinking about something with greater mag capacity

    Glock 17 with a few 33 round mags high capacity !

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