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    Springfield P9 yea? or nay?

    I stopped by the local gun shop today to see if anything would catch my eye, and indeed something did. I saw a Springfield P9, which until this morning, I had no idea existed. The finish is very clean about 98%.

    I was wondering if any of y'all have experience with these pistols. After some research, I've come to the conclusion that putting some cash down for lay-away wasn't a terrible idea.

    Any comments or tips are greatly appreciated. thanks! I'll post pictures soon.
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    It is a Springfield copy of the GREAT CZ75. That model should be a pre "B" unit. The guns are super accurate, and fit the hand very well. The only drawback would be the current price of mags. The early, as in pre "B" guns were built to very tight specs. Thus the later "B" mags will not fit. If your seller or someone you know has a later model "B" ask to borrow a mag to see if it will fit the P9. If not, the current price for pre "B" mags is around $75.00. Hope this helps. Good luck
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    Thanks for the info. Would you happen to know if Tangfolio 9mm mags work with the P9
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpoe View Post
    Thanks for the info. Would you happen to know if Tangfolio 9mm mags work with the P9
    Could be possible, also EAA witness, but you may have to do some mods. to the mag catch slot. Try them and see what works
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