Hey there friends, thanks for checking in. I’ve got my favorite nine millimeters sitting on the table. I’m going to talk a little bit and do some shooting. I’m honored to be by such great guns. It took a while to get to this collection, but I’m really happy where it’s at right now. Here are nine nine millimeters, which sounds pretty cool, the only one that’s not mine is this Beretta 92 FS.
Actually, it’s the camera man’s, but I do want to talk about Beretta. Let’s just start here. I’m going to go through each one. Here’s the CZ P07 Duty, now called the CZ P07. What a great gun this is. Probably one of best secrets out there is CZ. It’s inexpensive and very much quality. I really enjoy shooting the gun. It has a lot of attributes to it, very ergonomically excellent. Enough talking, let’s fire this thing.
I really like this gun a lot. For about $450, in my estimation, it’s a bargain. Going a little bit more expensive is the HK P2000. It’s a little bit smaller than the P30 and the VP9, but it also comes in a smaller version of P2000SK.
HK, $800 plus, but I tell you what, when you shoot it, you feel why you’re spending more money. Is it worth it? I think it is. I don’t have a table filled with HK’s, but I’d like to. I really enjoy shooting this gun, best double-tap gun that is out there, in my opinion.
A little flinch there, but it happens. Here we have the Glock 27, but yes I have a Lone Wolf barrel in there. It kind of turns it into a Glock 26, an advantage that Glock offers as well as everything else. I’m not going to talk a lot about Glock, but I really enjoy it. I do like the option of shooting 40 or nine millimeter. It shoots really, I just…
Something about Glock just feels like homemade apple pie and that’s how I feel with this gun. I’ve owned a lot of Glocks throughout the years and that’s not going to change. Another higher-end gun is the Sig Sauer P239. Sig makes another nine millimeter, subcompact, great for concealed carry. I like this one because it’s not so small or it’s not a 1911 platform, which in my preference, suits me the best.
Bar-dot sight, all six cell-er [Phonetic], when you break this thing down, you can see why it costs a little bit more. Probably upper 700’s, lower 800’s will get you this gun. Pick it up used a little less than that. It just shoots outstanding. I really like it.
Here we have another one, Walther PPS. You know, Walther people love their guns and I understand why. I also have the P22, but it’s not the same. It’s very different. This matches up very well with some of the smaller concealed carry nine millimeters. Some of the attributes, it does have a striker indicator, sight hole.
It has the magazine drop below the trigger guard. Some people like it. Some people don’t. The more I’ve been shooting this gun and playing around with it, the more I’m used to it already. It didn’t take long at all. Most importantly is the way it shoots, carries great, everything about it.
Man, it just groups so nicely too. Here’s one, Beretta. I love Beretta. This gun is not mine. It’s actually the camera man’s. Hey, appreciate it. This is the 92FS, great gun. A lot of Beretta people out there… I do a video like this, say where’s the Beretta? Here it is. If I were going to carry a Beretta, I’d go with the Nano or the PX Storm, both outstanding. I’ve shot the PX Storm before, not the Nano, but I have shot this quite a bit. I’ll tell you what. If it’s anything like this, it’s just outstanding. I’m not going to talk a lot about it. It’s a very popular gun. I’m going to shoot it of course.
Man, it gives you a feel like a Glock. It just feels normal. When you shoot it, it feels natural and normal. You really can’t beat it. Ruger SR9c, awesome gun. I have mentioned before, I had some light primer strikes. I’ve learned that I’m not the only one. It’s been a problem with this gun, but let’s not talk about that. Let’s talk about how well it shoots and the bargain.
I understand it’s probably the best bargain for the money. At around $400, you get a great nine millimeter handgun that conceals well. It is wired up a little bit. It doesn’t have the striker fire indicator, loaded chamber indicator, thumb safety, and all of that. I’ll tell you what. It shoots well and it feels great. A lot of people love this gun and I know why.
I got a target about ten yards away, just peppering that thing, having a great time making this video. Smith and Wesson Shield, the biggest beef people have with this is that it has a thumb safety. I find it irrelevant. It fits flush with the frame, unlike the SR9c where it kind of stands out a little bit. I find it irrelevant. Smith and Wesson made the correction. They have a new Shield coming out.
Regardless of that, this gun is a great carry gun. It matches up very well with the Walter, very similar guns, as far as size is concerned. Some people say the Smith and Wesson trigger is mushy. I don’t think it is at all. I think it’s very crisp. It’s a little mushy without a round in. When you’re dry-firing it, it might feel that way. You put a round in, you’ll see the difference. I find it…
…very crisp, tight groupings. I love carrying this gun. I love carrying this gun too. I’ve been carrying this gun for about four years now, along with some of these other ones. The Kahr CM9 and the PM series are very small, have excellent concealability. If you’re into deep concealability and you want a nine-millimeter, maybe you pocket carry, or you just want something for summer, this is it right here. If you look at how it compares to even the Walther PPS, it’s just so small.
Honestly, I carry this and I absolutely love it. I don’t feel underpowered at all. The magazine holds six. Excellent, really enjoy it. Kahr CM9. I guess it would help if I charged it.
There you have it friends. Here are some of my favorite nine millimeters. I hope to add some more in the future. I hope you enjoyed it. If you like videos like this please subscribe and share it. I always appreciate the thumbs up button. Thanks for watching and you guys be safe.