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Old 11-12-2013, 07:13 AM   #1
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There are 2 guns I want very much but I don't know which one to get first. I can't decide on either a CZ75b in 40s&w or a (I know it's a pistol thread) smith and Wesson ar 15... Any thought?

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Old 11-12-2013, 07:18 AM   #2
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Eventually I will have both I just don't know which one to get first

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It's more than a little bit difficult to figure out what you are trying to accomplish from what you have posted. Could you pass on some more info? Is it for varmints? Self defense? Home defense? Paper punching?

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No get this instead http://www.serbu.com/top/superShorty.php

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Personally, I would get the pistol first.

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One complaint I hear about the CZ is the hard trigger pull in double action (but that can be said about almost any DA/SA handgun).

Evaluate your needs. If you have to ask which to get between a handgun and a rifle, then I would say "Neither". A firearm should fit a need (especially if money is tight).

If it is a purchase not based on needs but wants, then purchase both.

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If you have no preference shop for both and the one you get the best deal on buy first.

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Personally not a fan of the 40 short and weak. I've tried the cz75 in both 9mm and 40sw the 9mm is much more fun to shoot. The cz 75 is a great gun but its limited capacity in either caliber is a turn off to me.

As for the ar15 I went with bcm midlength bhf lightweight. I've also got a rra national match A2 . The sw ar15 are decent but you can get a better gun in bcm colt or psa for about the same price depending on your price point. I lump the sw and bushmasters as over priced for what they are as there are much better in the same price points.

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I would say get the cz 75 first because it's cheaper to practice shooting with and your gonna find more ranges that let you shoot pistol cartridges than rifle. If you live in the country and reload I would say go with the ar. I love firearms but have a special interest in handguns so this post might be a little bias.

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I might be a little bias towards handguns also so I'd go with the cz75. I have one in .40 and honestly recoil isn't that bad. I can only imagine what a dream it is to shoot in 9mm.

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