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Old 04-14-2014, 09:32 PM   #1
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Got the small frame 9 mm PS last week. Excellent gun for the money. Comfy grip, accurate and goes bang every time. Picked up the 22 conversion kit for it for only $140. Simple swap and runs well. You can get extended coverage on the EAA Witness but you have to change your name..it's called the witness protection program
It's an Italian made gun..I guess they want everyone out there shooting a witness

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Tanfoglio makes great guns, and hard to beat for their price. I have one in 9mm and a cz compact and a springfield armory in 40. Luv them.

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I had picked up my first CZ last month (CZ-9), impressive gun!

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EAA Witness offers some good pistols. The price is fair, and they're based on the CZ 75 design (one of the best modern service pistol designs on Planet Earth...even if it was designed some 40 years ago). Most folks who have strong experience with 1911s, BHPs, or even Ruger rimfires will find that the CZ 75 design fits them perfectly...and at an insanely good price, considering the quality.

The EAA Witness 'Match' is an outstanding affordable option for competition/range shooters. Very good ergos and trigger for most needs. But that same trigger might not be ideal for carry/defense...and that's only a compliment to the trigger.

I'm a big fan of the CZ platform, as well as 1911, BHP, and all similar. If you like one, you'll probably enjoy each of them. A Ruger SR1911, BHP, CZ 75b, Ruger MKIII 22/45, Canik S120 (CZ75 clone), and CZ P-09 comprise about half my pistol collection. Also have three XDm/XDs pistols, which share some similarities.

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