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Old 11-21-2013, 11:41 PM   #71
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One thing to note- there's a great deal of overlap when it comes to fans of 1911, BHP, and CZ 75. They may not be identical pistols, but they're certainly direct relatives in gun world.

If you like any one of these platforms (and are looking to branch out), you'll probably find that the other two fit you well.
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One thing to note- there's a great deal of overlap when it comes to fans of 1911, BHP, and CZ 75. They may not be identical pistols, but they're certainly direct relatives in gun world.

If you like any one of these platforms (and are looking to branch out), you'll probably find that the other two fit you well.
JMB himself stated a preference for the high power. Said it was a better designed gun than the 1911 I think.

And then I find out that CZ makes the 97 or 95 (can't r remember) and it's a 75 chambered in .45ACP? Ohhhhyeeeaaahhh.... Gonna have to get one someday. It may have just jumped to the top of my list.

I'd love to see a single stack M9 chambered in .45ACP. They can call it the M10.
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And then I find out that CZ makes the 97 or 95 (can't r remember) and it's a 75 chambered in .45ACP? Ohhhhyeeeaaahhh.... Gonna have to get one someday. It may have just jumped to the top of my list.
The CZ 97 is a really nice gun...but it's a big, heavy monster. Quite similar in weight and function to a double stack 1911. But slightly bulkier. If that's not a deterrant, your money will probably go further with the CZ 97 than a similar quality doublestack 1911.
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Durn... I have pretty small hands. Small enough that I had a hard time with my issued M9. I've held a double stack 1911, and immediately decided I'd never own one. Can't get my hand around it good.
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Have any of you fondled the Rock Island 22 TCM yet? I held one here Chattanooga yesterday. Seems we'll build but it's got a pretty wide maxwell too. Being a 1911 platform I was interested till then, well, that and ammo availability.
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Durn... I have pretty small hands. Small enough that I had a hard time with my issued M9. I've held a double stack 1911, and immediately decided I'd never own one. Can't get my hand around it good.
Same boat, but I held a 92 not an m9. I really don't have small hands but for some reason the ergo's on slightly larger handguns don't really fit. Can't reach the slide release with out changing my grip or can't quite get as far up on the trigger as I'd like

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Have any of you fondled the Rock Island 22 TCM yet? I held one here Chattanooga yesterday. Seems we'll build but it's got a pretty wide maxwell too. Being a 1911 platform I was interested till then, well, that and ammo availability.
good guns but like you said, ammo.... When was the last time anyone here has seen .22 tcm on the shelves? Lol my lgs has 10mm, .357 sig, 5.7x28, .338 LM, .416 barret, .50 bmg but no .22 tcm
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Well built. I really need to start proof reading before I post. I'm surprised you understood what I was trying to say, hahaha. They had a $630 on the price tag, seems like $550 sounds about right though, am I wrong?
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