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Old 03-21-2012, 03:03 AM   #21
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I would do some looking at sig and there line in caliber and $ range I bought a sp2022 for a range pistol and never regretted a single trip to the range. Also dig the pinup tattoo is that your husbands

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Thanks for the input . Nope, husband has a few tattoos, but the pinup is actually on my leg.

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Old 03-21-2012, 03:44 AM   #23
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Wow not one vote for a M&P, until now check them out better ergos than Glock never fired a Xd so can't say anything about them. I also second Cane's Browning. My Hi Power was my first gun and is still my favorite ( but I imagine that's because I don't have a Colt 1911 yet, right Cane ) maybe tough to find one in that 5-600 range but doable. That's one gun you never regret buying.

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Cz guns are in that price range ($500-600).

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I'm very pleased wiith my CZ75B. It's a great target gun. I also carry it from time to time.

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Old 03-21-2012, 02:23 PM   #26
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I've read awesome things about the CZ's, and I really like the look of them. How easy/difficult would they be to break down and clean? The thing I liked best about the Glocks and the XD's were how simple they were. I'm battling this whole pretty vs. simplicity thing in my mind. All seem like awesome choices except that Taurus which has been crossed off my list.

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I've read awesome things about the CZ's, and I really like the look of them. How easy/difficult would they be to break down and clean? The thing I liked best about the Glocks and the XD's were how simple they were. I'm battling this whole pretty vs. simplicity thing in my mind. All seem like awesome choices except that Taurus which has been crossed off my list.
CZs are pretty simple.
1. Push the slide back until the little dots line up (1/4" or so)
2. Push pin/slide release out of frame.
3. Remove slide, barrel etc.
Reverse for reassembly.

Truth be told, most service/duty type semi auto pistols are pretty simple to field strip. They may come at it from different directions, but none of them are particularly hard.

Another positive for the CZ is the Kadet Kit. Converts it to .22LR. Reliable and accurate.
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I just checked out the p95 online. Definitely a better price point. I'll have to check that one out too. I wasn't wild about the SR9 for some reason. Maybe because it wasn't as heavy as the Glock and XD models I held.
I think you'll like the feel of the P95. I know a first time shooter lady friend of mind did when she used mine.
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Thanks for the input . Nope, husband has a few tattoos, but the pinup is actually on my leg.
Nice both my legs are covered in pinups also that sp2022 is at around $500 pending on your area
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My father has a CZ75b in all stainless it's Prob one of the most comfortable semi auto's I've ever held.

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