The PPQ probably has the best trigger on a striker-fired polymer pistol to date, but it's in a different size envelope than the other two. PPQ is a service-sized semi, while both the SR9c and M&P9c are compact models.
A PPQc would sell like hotcakes, I think.
For range and HD, all would be suitable with the PPQ getting the overall edge. Factoring in occasional CCW, I'd remove the PPQ from the running.
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