The instant I saw the thread title the P95 came to mind. I agree w/ you. I like the P95 better, now that Ruger has stippled/textured it.Don't own one....my next gun will SR9.....my first 9mm.quote:Originally posted by bestseller92
That would be the Ruger P95, in my opinion. You can get a new one for around $325, they are totally reliable (at least mine is), accurate enough, and tough as mules. Anyone agree or disagree?
I never owned a Taurus. As a designer/machinst, aesthetics and details are important to me. The fit/finish on Taurus products is stellar. Their revolvers are perfectly blended/contoured. I was going to buy a 24-7. I also looked into their 5 inch military type pistol, the OSS. I went to a gun shop (where I'd never been before) and told the owner about my preferences and hobbies. He told me Taurus parts are hard to get......and in light of what I like to do , the guy was honest, and advised me not to go Taurus.That firm is not like Ruger when it comes to parts. So I decided not to go Taurus. I've read good thing about the EAA Witness line.....they are CZ type clones, GOOD ONES at a good price. Proper dimensions, good material, proper heat treatment.......these are the ingredients that go into a good gun.quote:Originally posted by Taurus_9mm
I agree. Ruger and Taurus, IMO, are the two best values going in 9mms, as well as other calibers. I've never owned a CZ or a CZ clone but have only heard good things about them from other people. I want an EAA Witness at some point in 10mm but have other Ruger and Taurus products to get first.