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Old 12-27-2012, 11:58 AM   #11
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Cz- standard with night sights, come with three mags and lights single action trigger. But I don't like that I will be dealing with two different trigger pulls, so I would probably change it to sao which ups my initial investment.
Why would you be dealing with two different triggers? Keep your CZ cocked and locked, and it's essentially a SAO gun. Really, the only way you can fire it in DA is if you manually (and quite intentionally) de-cock it. I've put thousands of rounds through my DA/SA 75b...I don't think a single shot has ever been taken in double action.

I'm fine with Glock. Their ergos and trigger are about as natural as shaking hands with a robot, yet I actually own a pair because there are other attributes I do like. But if weight is not a factor, CZ > Glock every single time.
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I love my cz75

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If Glock made a 357 magnum instead of a 357 sig I would own one. I sold a glock 32 to buy my Ruger P95. The 357 sig is a fine cartridge but they are never on sale. I have been shooting Glock 17's for years. Several of my friends own Glock 17's and they are fun to shoot.

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Yup, just like the hammerless DAO police revolvers it was marketed to replace.
When i made this post, i forgot the barf smiley. I have a XD45 that is similar to the 45acp glock models in that it has a consistent trigger pull (but better grip angle). In a panic situation, this is the pistol i want to be able to snatch out from between the car seats.

My CZ75b is a better feeling pistol that i ENJOY shooting MUCH more than the XD45. The grip is more comfortably contoured; the exposed hammer and manual safety seem much safer at the range, to me anyway.

Definately apples to oranges, but for a RANGE GUN, the CZ would be my choice by a mile.
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I think y'all helped seal the deal, I've been leaning toward the cz but wanted some other opinions. Another selling point to me I didn't mention is they're less common. I like individuality

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Good to hear.

It's probably not worth bothering with the SAO. As I mentioned, the standard 75b w/thumb safety (while technically a DA/SA gun) is essentially already SAO. You literally have to go out of your way to set it up to fire in DA. I have the Omega trigger on mine, and it's outstanding.

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I think y'all helped seal the deal, I've been leaning toward the cz but wanted some other opinions. Another selling point to me I didn't mention is they're less common. I like individuality
Now that you are set on a cz, look at the czspo1tactical. 18+1, steel, factory night sights, decocker no external safety. I got mine for 600.00 back in the summer. Mec Gar makes some fine mags for spares that fit great.
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I have the Omega trigger on mine, and it's outstanding.
Isn't the Omega trigger system the one that allows you to change from a safety setup to a decocker setup?

Very cool.
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I love the CZ. If you can find one that is de-cocker only, no manual safety!

I like the Glock because it has no manual safety!

To me, any kind of manual safety is a no-no on a defensive handgun.

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I am completely against the decocker, I only want the manual safety

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