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SHOOTER13 said:
What's a S&W Shield go for new ?
If you can find one, they can be had in the $400 range, give or take...

I have my eyes peeled for one now.

Edit: Since the demand seems to be high for the Shield and the supply low, that price might be on the low side.
 

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Thanks Gunner...

So, yea...$200 for the Kel Tec and another $225 should cover the S&W Shield
 

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Sound good! The PF9 it's in a good condition since its been like 6 month since I bought it brand new and any time I take it to the range I shoot about 30 rounds, once or twice a month due to the it's size.
I'm just thinking about it, honestly I have not got the chance to go to the store to pick one up and compare how they feel, it's price, and performing. Guys if I have any miss spelling I apologize, English it's not my first language....:)
 

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Hey savage, if you come across a Shield 9mm, please let me know where. I can't seem to find one anywhere.

This is, of course, after you get one for yourself should you choose to do so. ;)
 

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GunnerGSP said:
Hey savage, if you come across a Shield 9mm, please let me know where. I can't seem to find one anywhere.

This is, of course, after you get one for yourself should you choose to do so. ;)
No problem! If I get one I'll post some pics...
 

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Which of the Glock family it's the smallest gun that can be carry light and comfortable as a conceal arm?
 

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savage07 said:
Which of the Glock family it's the smallest gun that can be carry light and comfortable as a conceal arm?
You're likely looking at the G26 or G27.

G26 is 9mm.
G27 is .40

Edit: the models listed above are not as thin as the Shield would be. But they are nice pistols for sure.
 

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GunnerGSP said:
You're likely looking at the G26 or G27.

G26 is 9mm.
G27 is .40

Edit: the models listed above are not as thin as the Shield would be. But they are nice pistols for sure.
I have never owned a Glock before. I was locking at G30. What's the differences between the G26 and G27 to the G30?
 

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mikecu said:
You can get the specs from here: http://us.glock.com/
Yep, what he said ^^^

Check the website and you can compare size dimensions, caliber, etc.

Your best bet is to go to a local gun shop and hold them, even shoot them if possible.

I have been wanting a G26, but just can't turn away from the thin profile of the Shield.
 

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GunnerGSP said:
Yep, what he said ^^^

Check the website and you can compare size dimensions, caliber, etc.

Your best bet is to go to a local gun shop and hold them, even shoot them if possible.

I have been wanting a G26, but just can't turn away from the thin profile of the Shield.
Though decision between the Glock and the Shield, uh?!
 

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I know 9mm it's cheaper than 40 and 45. But between 40 and 45 caliber which it's more economic in the long run. Or are they both about the same?
 

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savage07 said:
I know 9mm it's cheaper than 40 and 45. But between 40 and 45 caliber which it's more economic in the long run. Or are they both about the same?
If there is not much of a price different between 40 and 45. I would pick a 45.
 

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I do not have or shoot .45, but I believe it is generally more costly to shoot than .40

Of course, you might be able to find some good deals on .45 ammo if you look in the right places.

Edit: anybody with a .45, and perhaps a .40, care to offer any cost comparisons between the two?
 

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I shoot .40 and .45 , I buy by the case whenever possible and the .45 is usually about 20 to 30 dollars more a case.
 
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