LOL!sturmenater":3f7d8jnd said:if they do alot of people will call them a P.O.S because of limp wrist
kraigster414 said:Go with a Kahr PM9 - that is about as small and reliable as you are going to get in 9mm for less than a grand. You can only push the envelope so much.
My son recently purchased a Kahr PM9. I have not shot it but it sure feels good in the hand. Not too bad on the price of one either.
Jumping Frog":2wyjgtjh said:Does the LCP use a tilting barrel, locked-breech action, as opposed to the blowback action used by many .380's? (I don't own one, so I don't know). Virtually all of today's semiautomatic pistols of 9mm or larger caliber [Hi-Point excepted] use Browning's tilting barrel, locked-breech action.
I sure wouldn't want to fire a 9mm from a blowback action pistol. I wouldn't be strong enough to rack the slide!
However, if the LCP uses a tilting barrel, locked-breech action, then they should be able to engineer it to shoot 9mm. They may need different metallurgy or stronger parts, but it should be doable.
mattsbox99":1z8h4csv said:I don't like the recoil of the .380 version and a 9mm would be much worse... I have a PF9 and can't say I enjoy that either, mostly because it has the worst possible trigger pull imaginable.