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    Senior Member NGF Addict! larry's Avatar
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    I carry the P938 and it is great little pistol and will handle 135 gr +p ammo well, it does not like the +p+ ammo. I also really like the Equinox version because of the sights it came with from the factory. They are the best I have ever seen on a factory gun. The p938 would make an excellent choice.

    My daughter has a flasbang holster and she told me that it was kinda uncomfortable when she first got it. I'm not sure if she still uses it or not.
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    Give the Sig. 229 a look. It's a great shooter. Accurate as all get out and very low re-coil because of it's weight. You might also like a Glock G-26 or Barretta Nano. I have them all and It's hard not to prefer the G-26!
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