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Old 01-28-2013, 12:13 PM   #1
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What's your preferred handgun?

Im looking into buying my first handgun and I'd like to hear what you guys and gals have to say. I've done a lot of research and I'm actually leaning toward a revolver of some sort, possibly a S&W .38 special. I'd rather not spend more then $800, which I've found is actually doable. Hopefully we get a lot of good discussion here.

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Glock G26 is worth a look.

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if you are looking for a good revolver, S&W 686 in 357 magnum. shoots 357 and 38 special
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Glock G26 is worth a look.
Or the Glock 27 (.40 cal). Both are the same and hold plenty of rounds. Stick with a 9mm .40.

What matters most is how it fits for you.
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if you are looking for a good revolver, S&W 686 in 357 magnum. shoots 357 and 38 special
I was just about to say...if you are looking at .38 special, you might as well get a .357
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hands down..... if it is your first...... Taurus Judge..... either in the 2.5" chamber or the 3" camber. With this weapon YOU CANNOT MISS...... it shoot s .410 shotgun ammo (very easy to obtain even AFTER the pistol ammo gets banned later on) AND .45 Long Colts in any fashion you care to load them.

Each of these loads is easy to RE-LOAD......

This weapon is perfect for the novice because you CANNOT accidently shoot THROUGH a wall and injure someone you were NOT aiming at if you use the .410 AND the .45 LC has stopping power similar to....if not better than.... the .40 or 9mm......


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I don't believe in how much stopping power a round has. It doesn't mean a thing if you can't get the round on the target. I use a 9mm because I'm confident I can put several rounds center mass without hesitation. A .45 round does nothing if you can't hit your mark. Stick with a firearm and caliber you are comfortable to use and make accurate shots with.
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My favorite chamber is .45. My favorite platform is semi-auto. For better than 40 years I was a die-hard 1911 fan. I own 5 of them...from Springfield Armory at the low end to Les Baer at the high end.

I recently bought my first plastic weapon...



...and it is quickly becoming my go to weapon. Beretta Px4 Storm Full Size .45ACP.

It's also available in .40 and 9mm.
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It depends on your purpose for it. If you want a range gun to just go have fun I'd recommend a semi auto of some sort, that way you dont have to reload every 6 shots. I prefer the XDm or just the XD, but everyone has their preference. Some swear by 1911s, some by Glocks, etc. If you want something thats good for a concealed carry, the .38sp revolver is a great option, small and lightweight.
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I like the XDM 9mm subcompact. I have small hands, so the short grip is perfect for me. I know a lot of accuracy has to do with the person, but I find that I can get nice groupings with this, even if I don't take my time between shots. I was always scared of guns, and this is the first one I shot. I felt comfortable with it from the beginning.
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My springfield 1911 45.... tried glock and other comp but then took a 1911 to the range and could not miss.
Wifey has a springfield xd 9mm she likes and a sw 38 thats ok... I like my 1911
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if you are looking for a good revolver, S&W 686 in 357 magnum. shoots 357 and 38 special
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I was just about to say...if you are looking at .38 special, you might as well get a .357
I do remember hearing that one of them shoots both, I just didnt remember which one. So, a .357 can shoot both, .357 & .38, but a .38 special only shoots .38s?

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hands down..... if it is your first...... Taurus Judge..... either in the 2.5" chamber or the 3" camber. With this weapon YOU CANNOT MISS...... it shoot s .410 shotgun ammo (very easy to obtain even AFTER the pistol ammo gets banned later on) AND .45 Long Colts in any fashion you care to load them.

Each of these loads is easy to RE-LOAD......

This weapon is perfect for the novice because you CANNOT accidently shoot THROUGH a wall and injure someone you were NOT aiming at if you use the .410 AND the .45 LC has stopping power similar to....if not better than.... the .40 or 9mm......


AND.... all Taurus guns are warranted for LIFE...... good company and stand behind their weapons.
I was actually considering this, a lot actually. But it's really only affective up to around 7 yards or so I believe. I would like to be able to take my gun to the range and be able to shoot past 10 yards.


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It depends on your purpose for it. If you want a range gun to just go have fun I'd recommend a semi auto of some sort, that way you dont have to reload every 6 shots. I prefer the XDm or just the XD, but everyone has their preference. Some swear by 1911s, some by Glocks, etc. If you want something thats good for a concealed carry, the .38sp revolver is a great option, small and lightweight.
I was first looking at the Sig P238/P226, the Glock 19/23/26, and the Beretta 92FS. I dont plan on getting my concealed carry permit, at least not until I become a better aim. I've shot the M-16 a few times and handguns are a whole different story. I just love the way revolvers look(yes, looks are important too), so I need to see what else is out there for revolvers.

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I like the XDM 9mm subcompact. I have small hands, so the short grip is perfect for me. I know a lot of accuracy has to do with the person, but I find that I can get nice groupings with this, even if I don't take my time between shots. I was always scared of guns, and this is the first one I shot. I felt comfortable with it from the beginning.
I'm also trying to get my wife into shooting, not only to give us something else to do together(going to the range), but Im on the road for extended periods of time and I would feel better knowing she had some better form of protection...lets face it, our wiener dog isnt much of a guard dog...lol. How's the recoil on that XDM? Thats a Springfield, I think, right?

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My springfield 1911 45.... tried glock and other comp but then took a 1911 to the range and could not miss.
Wifey has a springfield xd 9mm she likes and a sw 38 thats ok... I like my 1911
I shot my buddies 1911, something about .45s that makes me go

So many options...
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Before you drop your hard earned cash on a handgun, find a range in your area that rents firearms. That way you can try before you buy. For all we know you could be a 98 Lb weakling or built like the Incredible Hulk. You have to ask yourself, why do you want a handgun?

Target shooting/plinking, something small (like a .22), is ample and ammo is inexpensive.

Personal protection/Conceal Carry - something that that; can be concealed easily, something you are comfortable with, something you are consistent with, something you can handle.

Home protection - best bet is a shotgun, but if you still want a handgun (I prefer one), use the same guides above but add collateral damage into your thought process. Most handguns with standard ammo loads will penetrate walls easily.

This list is not all inclusive, and is only a guide. I've seen way too many people with "hand cannons" that they shouldn't be shooting, let alone own. It's all about control, and the only way you'll know what works for you is to try several manufacturers and calibers, and find the one that works for you.

With that said, I am partial to H&K (I have three; .45 USP Tactical, .45 USC, and the .223 SL8). All high quality and wicked accurate. But they don't fall into your price range.

Don't buy something just for the sake of buying something. $800 is still a lot of money in my book, and I'd hate for you to regret your purchase on a tool that may one day save your life.
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I'm also trying to get my wife into shooting, not only to give us something else to do together(going to the range), but Im on the road for extended periods of time and I would feel better knowing she had some better form of protection...lets face it, our wiener dog isnt much of a guard dog...lol. How's the recoil on that XDM? Thats a Springfield, I think, right?
It is a Springfield. As far as recoil, it does have a bit of a kick to it. When I first fired it, I was scared. But, I have never felt not in control after shooting it. Once I was comfortable, it was easy to get back lined up for my next shot. I can shoot on and off for an hour before I start feeling fatigued around my neck and shoulders.

I don't know if that answers your question. I don't know really how to best describe recoil as I'm pretty new to this world. To give you a little insight, I'm 5'4 and 130 lbs. I'm pretty small of frame with little to speak of in upper body strength.
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I've always kind of liked the 1911's. My uncle introduced me to them a while back and I've been hooked ever since.
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Its a great idea to go to ranges with guns you can rent...try them all out until you find one that fits you...tell them what your doing and what its for and they can guide you as well if you need...
I went to reds range in austin they helped out allot especially with the wifes choice...went through all comp and subcomp until she settled on the xd 9mm. she nailed her chl with it...with just a few clips of practice...
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Mini14 with a folder on it.

Or a ruger wheel gun if you want to fire artillery rounds. 92FS is a good choice for a 9mm if ya don't mind full frame.

I agree with whoever said the Judge is awesome, because it is. Putting a short-barreled 410 on target aint that hard.
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Before you drop your hard earned cash on a handgun, find a range in your area that rents firearms. That way you can try before you buy. For all we know you could be a 98 Lb weakling or built like the Incredible Hulk. You have to ask yourself, why do you want a handgun?

Target shooting/plinking, something small (like a .22), is ample and ammo is inexpensive.

Personal protection/Conceal Carry - something that that; can be concealed easily, something you are comfortable with, something you are consistent with, something you can handle.

Home protection - best bet is a shotgun, but if you still want a handgun (I prefer one), use the same guides above but add collateral damage into your thought process. Most handguns with standard ammo loads will penetrate walls easily.

This list is not all inclusive, and is only a guide. I've seen way too many people with "hand cannons" that they shouldn't be shooting, let alone own. It's all about control, and the only way you'll know what works for you is to try several manufacturers and calibers, and find the one that works for you.

With that said, I am partial to H&K (I have three; .45 USP Tactical, .45 USC, and the .223 SL8). All high quality and wicked accurate. But they don't fall into your price range.

Don't buy something just for the sake of buying something. $800 is still a lot of money in my book, and I'd hate for you to regret your purchase on a tool that may one day save your life.
Thanks for the response! Ive already decided .22 is out of the question, for me and my wife. $800 is only the max, Ive seen a lot of nice guns in the 350-500 range, heck we could get my wife and myself seperate guns for under $800. I have 2 ranges within 3 minutes of my house. Went to one with my buddy and they didnt have a lot to pick fromto buy, but their rentable guns looked good and stocked. Im going to check the other one tomorrow since Ive heard they have a lot better choice to pick from.

Oh, and Im 6'4" 220 pounds. So, it would take a lot of gun to phase me.

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It is a Springfield. As far as recoil, it does have a bit of a kick to it. When I first fired it, I was scared. But, I have never felt not in control after shooting it. Once I was comfortable, it was easy to get back lined up for my next shot. I can shoot on and off for an hour before I start feeling fatigued around my neck and shoulders.

I don't know if that answers your question. I don't know really how to best describe recoil as I'm pretty new to this world. To give you a little insight, I'm 5'4 and 130 lbs. I'm pretty small of frame with little to speak of in upper body strength.
My wife's right there with you in size, just a little taller. She is afraid of guns, I mean, the last time she had to fire the M-16 she started crying and the instructor had to take her gun away. But, she did just fine a week later on her re-qual. She was anti-gun about 2 months ago. Im not sure what changed her mind. I guess I dont really care, lol, she's down to get one now. That's all that matters.

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Its a great idea to go to ranges with guns you can rent...try them all out until you find one that fits you...tell them what your doing and what its for and they can guide you as well if you need...
I went to reds range in austin they helped out allot especially with the wifes choice...went through all comp and subcomp until she settled on the xd 9mm. she nailed her chl with it...with just a few clips of practice...
Yup, I totally agree. My main thing is getting my wife comfortable with it, so if anything went down she'd know what to do.
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Mini14 with a folder on it.

Or a ruger wheel gun if you want to fire artillery rounds. 92FS is a good choice for a 9mm if ya don't mind full frame.

I agree with whoever said the Judge is awesome, because it is. Putting a short-barreled 410 on target aint that hard.

I read there's different types of .410 ammo. Like 00 and 000? Suppose to be bigger balls or pellets inside the casing?
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I read there's different types of .410 ammo. Like 00 and 000? Suppose to be bigger balls or pellets inside the casing?
Yes, like most shotgun shells it is available in different loads. The higher the #shot, the smaller the pellets. "Birdshot" is usually #9, which is something like .08 hundreths while 000 is something like .36 (BB guns shoot .17). I don't know that I have ever seen above #4 for 410, above that size is typically "Buck Shot", or intended for larger game (and larger shells, like 12ga). They wouldn't be able to fit very many .36 shots into a 410.
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I don't believe in how much stopping power a round has. It doesn't mean a thing if you can't get the round on the target. I use a 9mm because I'm confident I can put several rounds center mass without hesitation. A .45 round does nothing if you can't hit your mark. Stick with a firearm and caliber you are comfortable to use and make accurate shots with.
just gunna piggyback off this

i wish i could find a link to a study i read. they went through thousands of police reports and found the average amount of rounds required tocause someone to become non combative was just under 2. this was across the board, from .22lr to the bigger rounds. obviously the larger stuff was slightly on the lower end of that number, but what i gathered from the report was that it wasnt the trauma that caused someone to drop. it was the "OH CRAP I JUST GOT SHOT" that made people drop.

we can argue terminal ballistics all day but it all boils down to the fact that you hit less with a round that you arent used to, and misses dont do you much good. shoot what you enjoy and are comfortable with.
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I like the XDM 9mm subcompact. I have small hands, so the short grip is perfect for me. I know a lot of accuracy has to do with the person, but I find that I can get nice groupings with this, even if I don't take my time between shots. I was always scared of guns, and this is the first one I shot. I felt comfortable with it from the beginning.
this was my aunts first gun as well, she loves it. picked it up over Glocks, M&P's, etc.
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They make SEVERAL PD rounds for the .410 including some that have WAY wicked non-ball loads. These have been found to be successful at causing SEVERE injury without death. If you can put SOMETHING into the offender, you are WAY aheadof the game.

People who KILL TARGETS perpetually have NO IDEA how they will react when it is on the line. You need every edge you can get. Having 3-100 bullets per shot is MAY better than just ONE.....
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Why no .22? The best weapon is one you are well practiced with and it is certainly cheap to practice with .22 LR. Not to mention- hit an intruder with 3 or 4 22 shells ( either jacketed or h.p.) and they'll stop and drop for sure. Unless they're strung out on pcp in which case you can give them some more lead . . . That said, my next gun will be a CZ 75 p-01. Cz 75 are widely available in either 9 mm or .40. I'll go with 9 mm as the ammo is a little cheaper and therefore practice is cheaper.

Of course i live in MD so when the governor is done with gun control i may only be able to get a rubber band gun or super soaker!

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