JustAnotherAsshole wrote: »
I heard that H&K were real faggots when it comes to customer service.
If and when I get a handgun of my own, my main concern is to get one that can be treated like shit, have any sort of ammo put through it, and still fire every time without a hiccup. I think one of those CZ handguns (or a hi-power) is my best bet.
CaptainFalcon wrote: »
As I said, even back on Fucklet.net, complications. I sold my USP before pics. And yes, I do throw knives too and no, I don't have pics, they're in a rather difficult position to retrieve since I'm a bit of a collector. I got this for the equivalent of $2000 (because of import duties and Prohibited Bore License fees that were included) but money isn't an issue, I have $$$, just want to know how good this gun is for home defence.
GeneralMcBoozer wrote: »
HK are good guns, expensive, but they will last a while. Other than that, I don't know much about them. I just got a Ruger P95 the other week. Its a good gun if ya keep good care of it. Shoots alright, not the best but not the worst.
5.56 SS109 wrote: »
9mm is the best handgun caliber.
The only thing .357 Magnum has on 9mm is that the .357 goes about 150 feet-per-second fast.
Otherwise bullet diameter is pretty much the same (9mm = .355") and bullet weight is the same for defensive loads (9mm =124gr, .357 = 125gr).
Except with the 9mm I have at least 15 shots and I have pretty much no recoil.
Revolvers in .357 Magnum are not bad handguns at all, but all defensive handgun calibers (9mm, .357 Mag, .357 Sig, .40 S&W, .45ACP) are all pretty much the same in terms of performance.