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Old 12-01-2010, 05:54 PM   #11
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Much longer than the rebadged HS 2000 has had a internet presence.
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I'm a CZ fan and would enjoy it, but I really don't see a need.

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When it comes to the CZ,I don't think there's a more comfortable gun. Maybe a Hi Power IMO. Wish My beloved H&K felt as good.

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I personally feel we need a Jennings/Bryco/Lorcin sub-forum...

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I personally feel we need a Jennings/Bryco/Lorcin sub-forum...
Now you're talkin'.
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Please let this happen!
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Maybe we could have a tech forum on convenience store architecture. A brandishing, choosing the correct ski mask and pistol whipping class could be good too.

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Maybe we could have a tech forum on convenience store architecture. A brandishing, choosing the correct ski mask and pistol whipping class could be good too.
I think I could teach this one!
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Maybe we could have a tech forum on convenience store architecture. A brandishing, choosing the correct ski mask and pistol whipping class could be good too.
I've often thought my CZ75b would be GREAT (Tony the Tiger voice) for a pistol whipping situation, nice heft when loaded.
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