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    Quote Originally Posted by hogg View Post
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    You just can't go wrong with the Glock 43. It is a rugged little gun and takes a beating . I call Glocks the Jeep's of the gun world. Ugly but effective and very rugged. i have one that I carry daily IWB holster or n my pocket. Swap it out on occasion with a J frame 640. The Glock gives very good accuracy. Nice visible sights and is slim enough to fit just about anywhere. I have carried a Glock pistol on duty since 1986 and the Glock's i have carried have never let me down.

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    Are all these pistols ....PLASTIC????? While I do have a Ruger SR22 that's plastic, I was wondering.....does anyone make a good metal 9mm.? I do think a Ruger LC9s would also be a good choice, but it is plastic also, and might cost less $$$. There is a gunstore in the Mid-West that sells them cheap.....I forgot the name. Bob
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    I have a Shield 9mm and like it but don't base your choice on price unless all other things are equal to you. Yeah you could save money on the Shield and use it to buy ammo but price isn't the main thing. First which one fits your hand the best? Which one do you like the controls of the best? I almost bought a Honor Defense Honor Guard until I felt it and it just didn't feel right. (That and a friend told me they are a new company with anew gun and to wait and let them get a track record first.)

    All that said, a S&W Model 10 Revolver 38 Special is what you need. (Seriously watch out around her or you will be drooling over some of he nice revolves some post pics of.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob K View Post
    Are all these pistols ....PLASTIC????? While I do have a Ruger SR22 that's plastic, I was wondering.....does anyone make a good metal 9mm.? I do think a Ruger LC9s would also be a good choice, but it is plastic also, and might cost less $$$. There is a gunstore in the Mid-West that sells them cheap.....I forgot the name. Bob
    In a single stack the only two I know of are the Sig 938 and and Kimber.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportymonk View Post
    I have a Shield 9mm and like it but don't base your choice on price unless all other things are equal to you. Yeah you could save money on the Shield and use it to buy ammo but price isn't the main thing. First which one fits your hand the best? Which one do you like the controls of the best? I almost bought a Honor Defense Honor Guard until I felt it and it just didn't feel right. (That and a friend told me they are a new company with anew gun and to wait and let them get a track record first.)

    All that said, a S&W Model 10 Revolver 38 Special is what you need. (Seriously watch out around her or you will be drooling over some of he nice revolves some post pics of.)
    Thanks for the response. I agree cheaper is better on the wallet but not necessarily better in the hand. Narrowed it down to the PPS and Shield and the PPS just feels better in my hand. I could upgrade the Shield with an Apex trigger and new sights and be around the price of the PPS M2 LE but it would not change the the overall feel.


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    I have some experience with the Shield, PPS M2 and Glock 43.
    In my opinion the glock is a cheap PPS M2. The PPS M2 has the same features, but also has better ergonomics and, IMO, style. The shield is very nice as well, and the extra round in the chamber is great, along with the option of a thumb safety. My carry gun is a Walther PPS M2, and I'm pleased to have gone that route.

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    Read your second paragraph, you already have your answer

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    I have both the S&W Shield and the SIG P938 in 9mm. I got the Shield first and it is pretty much the EDC for me, but when I got the 938 for the wife (and yes the cost was twice what I spent on the Shield), I have thought about shifting over to it a few times. Love them both so it is a hard decision. Good Luck!



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    Another vote for the Ruger LC9s. Has a safety like a 1911.

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