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Old 04-18-2013, 06:04 AM   #21
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I just got a SCCY CPX-2
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I have a P95. Great gun. I would not hesitate to get one. It will do the job for sure.
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In the bay area of CA a CZ 75 is about $550. I think that is inexpensive considering the quality of weapon you get for that price. They are very accurate, built well and are a pleasure to shoot. They are much cheaper in comparison to a Beretta 92.
Beside being cheaper they are much more enjoyable to shoot and tend to fit a wider variety of hands
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I just got a SCCY CPX-2
Whats your take on it? Not that its a fortune,but is it a value?
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The SCCY is a great value. I got it for $259 from Cheaper Than Dirt. The quality is very good.

I own several different guns and I am impressed with this one.
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The SCCY is a great value. I got it for $259 from Cheaper Than Dirt. The quality is very good.

I own several different guns and I am impressed with this one.
Only thing i can see about it that i don't like is the plastic piece on the slide catch (release). I looks kinda flimsy and like it can work its way off. Not having held the pistol i cant really say more on it though. But other that that...i really like it
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I had an opportunity to buy a Ruger P95 a few months before all the gun crap started. I had never seen one before - I liked it. It fit my hand well. And with a Ruger, you can never go wrong.
I didn't buy it - and I regret it now. They are hard to find now.
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I bought the SAR B6 last Nov for under $300 OTD and it's a great 9mm pistol.
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Hi Point c9 $150 new. If your looking for a inexpensive gun this is it.
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