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This is my 2nd purchase from GunBuyer. (The first was a little over a year ago and was a Kimber Micro 9.) I received the firearm in 3 days and it was exactly what I ordered. I shot the gun the next day and love it. I have an LCP and the 911 recoil is not as bad. The single action trigger is crisp and light compared to the double action LCP. The sights are good and the 911 is also accurate for a pocket pistol. I put a rubber Hogue grip on it and purchased a 7 round mag. Am looking forward to shooting with both. I am very happy with the 911 and my experience with GunBuyer. Great job again GunBuyer.
This us one of the finest handguns out of the box that I have ever shot. I'm a trigger guy. Trigger is everything....Hate mushy triggers, folllwed by a long trigger pull and rest for next shit is stellar! The Janik/Canik is a Walther PPQ upgrade and nothing more... That said, it is an awesome weapon! The front sight sucks but I upgraded to a Nightfision white front site and this weapon ROCKS. Out of the box there is nothing that compares for the price!
I just bought a new "Sig SauerP210 -A"standard the first of Nov.2019. I took it to the range to shoot it and the guide rod broke , shooting guide rod pieces around the range floor ! The gun continued to shoot although accuracy decreased considerably. I took the gun home to check it out before further shooting.
I field stripped the gun and the captured guide spring was no longer captured , making reassembly of the gun impossible ! Yes , a brand new gun and it was broken so completely that I called Sig Sauer to ask what happened ! They have had many such exact complaints about the defective guide rods coming apart ! An $1100.00 gun that is known by the mfg. to be defective ! They have promised to send a new guide rod assembly but how long it will take is anybodies guess.
Sorrowful that such a defective gun is being sold-----BEWARE !
I was looking for something to replace my current carry pistol (1911). I was looking a small, reliable, single-stack 9 mm with a greater capacity than my current 7+1. I've been watching the P365 with interest, but I don't want to be constantly wondering if it was going to break or be afraid to shoot it for fear of wear. The Hellcat looks interesting, but I don't want to be a beta tester with my EDC. After comparing a half dozen pistols on paper, my finalists were the XDS and the M&P Shield 2.0.
I've traditionally stayed away from Springfield because I think they're overpriced--I can get a similarly-performing M&P for much less in most cases, which is why I have 2 other M&Ps. In fact, I'd all but decided Shield until I went to the range to test them under life fire. The XDS outperformed the Shield in every way. The ergonomics in the hand are better, the textures are better, the front sight is easier to pick up, has more safety features (I really like having a grip safety), and I shot it better, probably because the trigger is in a different league. Both have a lot more take up than I'm used to (coming from a 1911), but the XDS has a much better feel and a better reset. They "improved" the trigger in the M&P 2.0 line, but it still felt mushy and vague and the feel of the reset was still inadequate, at least in my experience.
So I walked into the range expecting to walk out wanting the M&P, but the XDS was so thoroughly superior, I ordered that instead. This particular package met my last need--capacity--for a great price. Now I can care 10 rounds of 9 mm in a compact, single stack. Checked all the boxes.