Love my MP 9 Pro

Discussion in 'Handguns' started by TxPhantom, Oct 13, 2008.

  1. TxPhantom

    TxPhantom Active Member

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    I took my MP 9 Pro to the range Saturday along with my 9mm CZ 75B, MP 40, and MP 9c. And, oh yeah, my 442 with crimson trace grips just to keep in practice, since I often carry it. All my MP's shoot great but the MP 9 Pro is the best range pistol I have ever had. For fun and accurate shooting, my MP 40 and CZ used to be my favorites but the Pro is much more fun and accurate than either.
    When I 1st got the MP Pro, the trigger was sorta gritty but it was a lot lighter than my other pistols. Now, after much dry firing and about 700 rounds through it, it is smooth and very light for a factory trigger.
    Usually after about two or three hours at the range I'm getting kinda tired and ready to go, but after shooting the Pro most of the day, I couldn't leave until I had shot up all my ammo. Very manageable recoil make this pistol a pleasure to shoot for lots of fun at the range.
    A neighbor and his wife were shooting with my wife and I. He has a Berretta 40 caliber that he likes very much. After shooting my MP 9 Pro he has decided to get one for himself and maybe one for his wife.
    I wish I had kept some of my targets to post pictures but didn't. All I can say is the pro made me look good! If you are trying to decide what pistol to buy next, you should give the MP 9 Pro some serious thought.
    LOVE THIS PISTOL!!!!:happy0001:
     


  2. DirtyD

    DirtyD Well-Known

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    A word of caution, I was told by several instructor friends and police officers, be carefull posting you targets on line or even saving them. You might find them being used against you in court one day.....
     
  3. Texas1911

    Texas1911 TGT Addict

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    Austin, TX
    Seems a little far fetched considering every CHL holder has to qualify, as do police officers and instructors. The state knows already you have a certain degree of handgun proficiency that it deems sufficient. Beyond that, how do they prove they are your targets? Seems rather easily dismissable by evidence standards.
     
  4. TxPhantom

    TxPhantom Active Member

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    That's the least of my worries........

    I guess that could be used against you in some very extreme circumstances, but I'm more worried about what B-HO, Reid and Pelosi will do to us and the 2nd Amendment, if we let B-HO slither into the White House.:eek:
    I've also heard you shouldn't hang right wing politically tinted posters or targets in your home, office or garage. It would prove you are a gun totin whacko to most liberal judges.
    It's a strange world we live in now days!:confused:
     
  5. TexasHK

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    You never can tell about the targets you shoot...when I took my CHL, our instructor never wrote down scores for any part of the test.

    She just wrote passed or failed. If you squeaked by or aced it, you passed. that way your scores could not come back to haunt you later. Her reasoning was that if you shot a 250, then they might ask you later why you shot someone in the chest rather than the leg. She put all of us on equal ground when it came to that.:fighting0010::fighting0010::fighting0010:
     

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