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Old 07-16-2012, 04:45 AM   #11
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I haven't had any malfunctions in my CZ75b, but i did buy it used/pre-tested. I do plan to have some trigger work done to reduce the takeup, but the grip is very ergonomical feeling.
Ya I just got a cz sp-01 phantom with the decocker yesterday and I haven't shot it but it does feel great in my hand
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Of those listed, the Sig P226. One of my all time favorites.

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Of those listed, the Sig P226. One of my all time favorites.
Ya it was either the p226 or the cz. I went to the gun show yesterday and held both and the cz just felt better and was more in my price range
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Ya it was either the p226 or the cz. I went to the gun show yesterday and held both and the cz just felt better and was more in my price range
I'm sure it will serve you well, they are fantastic firearms. Congrats on the gun.
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Do yourself a favor before you buy that 9mm.

Take a look at, and shoot the Browning Hi Power.



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Looked at and shot an M&P Shield yesterday. A nice light (19 0z empty) handgun. Nice trigger and shot very well.

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CZ 75 is the best bang for your buck by far. Built as good if not better and feels much better in the hand.

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Looked at and shot an M&P Shield yesterday. A nice light (19 0z empty) handgun. Nice trigger and shot very well.
M&p triggers are smooth like lotion dude.
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Ya it was either the p226 or the cz. I went to the gun show yesterday and held both and the cz just felt better and was more in my price range
Good choice, I picked up a CZ 75b on Saturday as well.
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I just got a S&W sd9ve. I'm just waiting to shot it. I'm hopping tomorrow
I own the 40 cal version and i have shot it a lot. Be careful to check and clean this model after shooting as it is an introductor pistol and cheap. I have had two for hd and trust them but the truth is they are kind of lower end. No shame in my game tho it fits my hand like a glove amd i havent had a single issue
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