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I bought one of these as my first pistol in 1996. The only reason I bought it was that it was cheap and fairly reliable.
As a matter of fact, I don't recall ever having a problem with it.

Like Adler said in another thread, It's not the most ergonomic gun I've ever handled, but it's not a Hi-point either.

Accuracy was average.

If you can afford something else, I'd go with that. Hell, I picked up my G19 for $450 OTD, and I think the Rugers still run $350.
 

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My buddy with small hands doesnt like how big it is either no ergo for him.) But my big hands find it very ergo, it fits my hand just fine.

Adler mentioned "its overbuilt and thats why ppl like them, and they have AK reliabilty"



Look at the extractor in this pic I got off gunbroker.

It has what looks to be an extractor protector -- that piecs of steel that is on top of it in front, I nvr seen this on any other design. And look how deep the extractor has to go in to grab the case, the gun is big, thick, and very tough.

 

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They are being used in limited numbers by US tank crews last I heard.

They are top heavy.
 

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I just want to remind all that the P series was designed to be a service pistol, not a conceal gun. Hence the "brick with the trigger" is not going to be neccessarily asthetically pleasing or comfortable to lug around concealed all day.
 

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Every gun I ever owned fit in my open bottom snap top belt holtser easy, 40 and 45's, all the 9mm's (beretta, glock, cz75, Hipower, HK, Tokarev, 1911, keltec, haha) I like to try a lot of different pistols lol, -- but the p95, dude -- I have to pry it in and out of the leather, its so big, overenginered.
 
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