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Ruger LC9?
There are none around here that I can find & maybe a S&W would do?
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I would think that a 9mm shield would be as close as you could come. However they will be as hard to find as a LC9
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By equivalent if you mean 3rd Gen and mag capacity then the S&W CS9, a few ounces heavier and can be had in DAO with no frame safety, if that's what you want. Or the DA/SA with a safety. Otherwise construction wise the Shield.
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Here are a few other makes from 'Guns and Ammo', of course price and availability go for each one:


Kimber solo

Sig p938

Baretta Nano

Kahr cm9 or pm9

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Here are a few other makes from 'Guns and Ammo', of course price and availability go for each one:


Kimber solo

Sig p938

Baretta Nano

Kahr cm9 or pm9
The Kahr CM9 or CW9 are nearly the same price point the LC9 is. Either will give you a far better trigger than the LC9 and the CM9 being somewhat smaller is easier to conceal.
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