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Thread: MK9 vs G48 vs K9

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    Default MK9 vs G48 vs K9

    MK9 wins.

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    I hope this is true hated the g48. So I got a mk9 I have yet to shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david.mailhot.96 View Post
    I hope this is true hated the g48. So I got a mk9 I have yet to shoot.

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    +1




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    About two years ago I ended up purchasing a CM9 after renting a S&W Airweight and Glock G43 (I already owned a K9). I haven't regretted it since then. I hope you enjoy your MK9!

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    Years ago when they were a fairly new item, I rented an MK9 to try it out. I was impressed that it was just as easy to shoot well as my K9. Never did buy one - I guess 'cause I didn't feel a need for pocket carry. But if one came along at the right price...

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    Finally got to the range. Functioned perfectly and that trigger I get it now....it's awesome.

    Handled great for such a small gun. Was more than accurate enough when I did my job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david.mailhot.96 View Post
    Finally got to the range. Functioned perfectly and that trigger I get it now....it's awesome. Handled great for such a small gun. Was more than accurate enough when I did my job.
    Congrats, @david.mailhot.96. What ammo did you shoot? (Were you able to shoot anything +P HP self-defense?) And, shooting distances?

    rx7sig

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    Quote Originally Posted by david.mailhot.96 View Post
    Finally got to the range. Functioned perfectly and that trigger I get it now....it's awesome.

    Handled great for such a small gun. Was more than accurate enough when I did my job.

    Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk

    I was somewhat worried when I bought my MK40 several years ago, because it was the smallest gun I had owned. However, it turned out to be one of the most accurate pistols in my collection, rivaling even the much larger SIG's, HK's and 1911's.

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    The wood grips look nice.
    The only thing better than having all the guns and ammo you'd ever need would be being able to shoot it all off the back porch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    The wood grips look nice.
    The wood grips look great! Imagine a dlc mk9 with those grips.

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