The Top Ten 9mm Pistols From 2015…Still Worth Checking Out
Here is a list of the top ten 9mm pistols from 2015 (the title to the video is wrong…it’s not 2016 but 2015). Every time you turn around, someone has come-up with a new 9mm pistol, some are definitely worth the money you will end up paying to own them, while others…well, you’re just paying for the name. This list came-out in 2015 and while I agree with most of the choices…a couple of them I wouldn’t take no matter what. Watch the video and decide for yourself, because ultimately…it’s your life that may depend on it.
10. Walther P99 AS
The Walther P99 AS is currently being used as a duty pistol by law enforcement agencies in Asia, Europe and North America. This pistol has been used and fired in the harshest conditions, but has still proven to be reliable. The barrel and slide have a corrosion-resistant Tenifer coating and a matte finish.
9. Taurus PT 92
The Taurus PT-92 is based on the design of the Beretta Model 92FS, but takes it a step further. Both the frame and the slide
of this high capacity 9mm pistol are made of hammer forged steel, which makes them remarkably crack-resistant and strong.
8. Glock 17 Gen 4
The 9x19mm pistol cartridge is fired by the Glock 17 Gen 4, which is a standard worldwide military round. A dual recoil
spring assembly is utilized by this semi-automatic pistol, which lasts longer. There is a modular back strap so the grip
can be instantly customized to specific hand sizes.
7. FN Herstal FNX-9
All of the features that are desired by dedicated shooters are offered by this FN Herstal FNX-9, which has been designed for
lightweight and long lasting performance. An ergonomic, rugged polymer frame is featured by this pistol, so a low bore axis is delivered by it as a result of which control is improved and less recoil is felt.
6. Beretta 92FS
The semi-auto pistol from Beretta operates on a delayed blowback system and short recoil, so cycling is quickened and reliability is increased. The barrel features a chrome lining and the muzzle crown is recessed as a result of which accuracy is improved. Beretta designed this pistol for military use, which means it has undergone comprehensive testing, and it is made in the United States.
5. SIG Sauer P226
Today, most pistols are measured by the standard that has been set by the SIG Sauer P226. The military’s 1911 was replaced with this pistol, and today Federal agents, other law enforcement agencies, and the U.S. Navy SEALs use it. The balance and ergonomics of this pistol are outstanding, which is the reason it is so easy to handle, despite being a full-size pistol.
4. Baby Eagle II BE9915R
The Israeli Military uses this Baby Eagle II BE9915R, which is based on the CZ75 pistol, as a combat pistol. The distinct operating features and ergonomic grip frame of this pistol is the same as the CZ75. The frame of this pistol houses the slide rails within it. Unlike other pistols, the bore axis is placed closer to the hand to dramatically increase reliability.
3. Springfield XDm 4.5
When it comes to polymer pistols, the Springfield XDm 4.5? really sets quite a high standard. This full-size pistol offers amazing features, reliable performance and superior ergonomics. For full-size handling, performance and sight radium, this pistol is definitely the right choice. Moreover, the corrosion-resistant, hard and rugged Melonite finish of this pistol not only makes it appealing but more functional.
2. EAA Witness Elite Match
Not only is the EAA Witness Elite Match an ideal carry pistol, it is also perfect for shooting at the range. When shooting this pistol, the shooter will feel like the gun frame has molded to their hand. Once this pistol is pointed at a target and the trigger is pulled, this pistol rarely misses from hitting whatever has been aimed for.
1. CZ 75 SP-01
For the very first time, CZ manufactured a full size handgun in the form of this CZ 75 SP-01 pistol. The ergonomics and manufacturing technology of this pistol has even been approved by NATO. The black polycoat finish of this pistol is corrosion resistant, the dust cover consists of a 1913 accessory rail and the grip panels are made of rubber
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