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Which is your favorite newly released polymer pistol?

Walther Creed
5 %5 %5 %
5.20% (116)

S&W M&P M2.0
17 %17 %17 %
17.62% (393)

Glock Gen 5
17 %17 %17 %
17.75% (396)

Beretta APX
3 %3 %3 %
3.54% (79)

17 %17 %17 %
17.08% (381)

FN 509
4 %4 %4 %
4.98% (111)

Sig P320
19 %19 %19 %
19.54% (436)

14 %14 %14 %
14.30% (319)
Comment made by Chad on 2017-12-14 19:45:31
I had to pick "other" because none of the given options really appeal to me. I have had a lot of fun lately with a Mossberg Shockwave and a polymer stocked Ruger Charger 10/22. I do understand that these are barely "pistols" in the traditional sense, but I haven't seen anything designed or produced recently that would make me give up a decent Gen3 Glock. I think the Army is making a big mistake with their latest sidearm choice and I believe it will cost us more than keeping the Berettas in the long run.

Comment made by Nelsen on 2017-12-19 19:44:36
nun to much. get a hi point life time warranty.

Comment made by Stephen on 2017-12-22 14:32:24
Sig is still the best. better made and lasts longer. In my 66 years I have carried and fired just about every pistol on the market. The best is still the 1911 but for dbl action I will always choose a Sig. This is just my opinion and we all have them. The one to shoot is the one you practice with and can hit with.

Comment made by Jake on 2017-12-22 23:08:37
Maybe not “new” but the HK VP9 is right up there next to the CZ in the running for top modern polymer pistol. Only thing Glock has going for it anymore is brand recognition, and cheap mags- that Gen5 is a severe disappointment.

Comment made by Devin on 2017-12-24 06:33:59
I'm with Jake. Although it was released 3 years ago, to me it is still recent, I really like my VP9.

Comment made by Chuck on 2017-12-25 09:47:49
Not sorry to say, old school..........1911 only for me. Tried and True.

Comment made by glenn on 2017-12-31 09:01:04
I'm with Nelson - Hi-Point C9!

Comment made by Robert on 2018-01-02 15:50:02
Hey Guy's stay away from the Walther Creed, the magazine's rattle like a tin can of marbles. I talked to Walther factory people and they say all of them rattle and there's no fix. The mag's are made in Italy and they look like gun show after market mags. I had a Creed for a day and a half and got rid of it.... Robert Hamman

Comment made by Chad on 2018-01-20 05:25:40
Anyone else looking forward to the S&W 3.0 or Glock Gen 7? Thanks for the heads-up on the Walther. I expected better, honestly. So far the only thing from Shot Show that interests me is the Sig P-365.

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