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    PT100/101 On Sale!

    In case anyone is interested, I just received a flyer from CDNN, and they have the PT100/101 on sale. $349 for the 100, and $359 on the 101. It seems like an awfully good price to me -- Bud's has it listed for $100 more. If I had the extra cash, I would definitly buy one!
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    Those are fantastic prices on the .40 caliber PT100 / 101 pistols!

    I paid $519.00 for my PT92, and felt like I really got a good deal at the time...but $349 / $359 just can't be beat.





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    Whats those look like are they similar to the PT92? Hey Harry should I jump on that or should I wait on the other 3 I been looking at?
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    The PT-100 and PT-101 are the same sweet gun as the Pt-92 and Pt-99 but only in a .40 s&w round. I have a couple of the 92 and one each of the 100 and 101, only my 101 is the P version with the finger grip frame and extra magazine capasity. I am a firm believer that if you shoot .40 cal ammo, you owe it to yourself to own either a PT-100 or PT-101...better yet both. And at those sale prices, you may as well do both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonrjen View Post
    The PT-100 and PT-101 are the same sweet gun as the Pt-92 and Pt-99 but only in a .40 s&w round. I have a couple of the 92 and one each of the 100 and 101, only my 101 is the P version with the finger grip frame and extra magazine capasity. I am a firm believer that if you shoot .40 cal ammo, you owe it to yourself to own either a PT-100 or PT-101...better yet both. And at those sale prices, you may as well do both.
    How does the PT100 / 101 shoot as compared to the PT92 / 99?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonrjen View Post
    The PT-100 and PT-101 are the same sweet gun as the Pt-92 and Pt-99 but only in a .40 s&w round. I have a couple of the 92 and one each of the 100 and 101, only my 101 is the P version with the finger grip frame and extra magazine capasity. I am a firm believer that if you shoot .40 cal ammo, you owe it to yourself to own either a PT-100 or PT-101...better yet both. And at those sale prices, you may as well do both.
    Well I like 40 S&W, but I been looking at the Ruger P95, S&W SD9, and the PT809 which are all 9mm and the other day I bought 4 boxes of 9mm ammo even though I had not purchased either gun yet. But it was on sale and I only paid $58 for 4 100 rd boxes of 9mm.. But I am open to saving money on any gun I buy so I dunno if I should just take the ammo back and exchange it for 40 S&W but it wasn't on sale like the 9mm ammo was.. I dunno this whole process of gun purchasing has been pretty overwhelming with all the new knowledge I have gained and the amount of options one has, Plus saving up the money to actually make the purchase has kinda put me at odds with my Family a bit.
    So I may be waiting even longer than I wanted to, to buy any handgun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiged1 View Post
    Whats those look like are they similar to the PT92? Hey Harry should I jump on that or should I wait on the other 3 I been looking at?
    If you are looking for a fantastic price on a steel pistol built on a trusted and tried military platform...the PT100 /101 would be a great buy.

    Just be advised that, in my humble opinion, I'd not choose this gun as a concealed weapon because of their weight and size, but for a range gun or home defense pistol, they can't be beat.

    The PT100 /101s look just like a PT92 or PT99, but are chambered in .40 S&W.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Slakev View Post
    How does the PT100 / 101 shoot as compared to the PT92 / 99?
    As far as feel, aim, weight and size they feel the same. As for the actual shooting of the .40, there is a difference in feedback from the larger caliber. But minimal, nothing harsh in anyway. I actually prefer shooting the .40 cal over the 9mm. I like the extra feedback of the larger ammo, I feel more in tune with how it handles. The 9mm is fun to shoot and hit targets with, but falls short of delivering a feel of reported power with each pull of the trigger.

    True the .40 will be a little more expensive to feed ammo, but both the 100 and 101 will handle any ammo you care to load into it from Hornady to Tula.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonrjen View Post
    As far as feel, aim, weight and size they feel the same. As for the actual shooting of the .40, there is a difference in feedback from the larger caliber. But minimal, nothing harsh in anyway. I actually prefer shooting the .40 cal over the 9mm. I like the extra feedback of the larger ammo, I feel more in tune with how it handles. The 9mm is fun to shoot and hit targets with, but falls short of delivering a feel of reported power with each pull of the trigger.

    True the .40 will be a little more expensive to feed ammo, but both the 100 and 101 will handle any ammo you care to load into it from Hornady to Tula.
    Thanks for the feedback. I really love my PT99 and a friend is trying to convince his wife that he needs on or possibly the PT100/101.

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