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    Default Re: Suggestions for high-end doublestack 9mm w/ manual safety

    I just bought a shadow 2 as well. Lol

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    Default Re: Suggestions for high-end doublestack 9mm w/ manual safety

    Quote Originally Posted by unclejumbo View Post


    It came today. It's heavy, the trigger is crazy light, the sights are great, it's tight, it fits my hand very well. I'm loving it other than I have to work on my trigger control because every pistol with a trigger pull of less than 4 pounds, I get unintentional double taps. I'm thinking I'm releasing the trigger too soon, I need to keep the pressure on it until I come back on target, then release and squeeze again.

    My grips are decidedly more burnt orange in color, it's a good looking pistol.
    Looks awesome, I'm curious to see how it shoots for you.

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    Default Re: Suggestions for high-end doublestack 9mm w/ manual safety

    Quote Originally Posted by wellcraft View Post
    Other than glock I'm not aware of to many pistols with reliable 30 round magazine options. Why the requirement to take 30 round magazines? Most full size 9mm pistols these days take at least 15 rounds and up to 20 rounds. Plus it's really cumbersome to carry 30 round magazines whereas 15-20 magazines can be easily carried and concealed if need be. Lots of good choices are available to you to include the Beretta M92, CZ as others have mentioned, I believe SW M&P pistols have the option of a manual safety and i believe the FN FNX pistols come with manual safety's.
    Of course FN does have one but not in 9mm. (5.7x28)

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    Default Re: Suggestions for high-end doublestack 9mm w/ manual safety

    Quote Originally Posted by Berncly View Post
    That is a nice looking gun UncleJ.
    Well done.
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    Sorry, I don't mean that. It just happened.
    Quote Originally Posted by BionicMan View Post
    Looks awesome, I'm curious to see how it shoots for you.
    Thank you.

    I have some yard work to do as well as getting some guns shipped. I'm hoping to get that done today then I can wring it out a little bit on Friday. The mag and a half fired yesterday to use-up a partial box of ammo was grin worthy. The weight combined with the light recoil of the 9mm provides a very solid feel.
    "A man who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself"

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    Default Re: Suggestions for high-end doublestack 9mm w/ manual safety

    The Beretta 92fs is very high end (any 92 is, IMO). You can get 20 round MecGars that are nearly flush. Beretta makes a 30 round mag too.

    They are very accurate, and they are very reliable and durable. The average M9, in the Army trials, went 13,000 rounds before a failure. Beretta claims to have taken a 92 at random from the factory floor, and put 100,000 round through it without ill effect to the gun.

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