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Old 04-17-2010, 12:22 AM   #11
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I disapprove of how they are making these and some cz's polymer now. What's the reason? It's still to bulky to be a carry gun. ????

Stick with the steel frame silly foreign gun maker dudes!!!

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Old 04-17-2010, 11:43 PM   #12
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Shoots great, just as I anticipated.
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Old 04-18-2010, 12:50 AM   #13
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whats the weight on that as opposed to an xd 40 or even the ruger p94 40 cal? Looks heavy.

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Old 04-18-2010, 02:55 AM   #14
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My girlfriend shoots one of these. Awsome gun, heavy and bulky though.

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There are handgunnery guns, and there are tactical guns. While I wouldn't carry it, I'm sure it's a gem of a shooter.

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I like them Jerichos!

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Me too. Now my son is mad at me cause I said I was wanting to get one for my own. It's his first handgun. He doesn't want me to have the same gun, he has. I can't help it though I have that "powder and steel" addiction.

Really, it is just an awesome weapon.....

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Not sure I understand the difference you're pointing out myself. I had an all steel Baby Eagle a few years back and with the exception of the rollmark (and the Jericho has a rail) it's identical to the all steel Jericho I have now...
The Jericho and the Baby Desert Eagle have slight differences and depending on when you get them they may have different sight cuts and types as well as other less significant details. I had a polymer BDE (the later versions that came with a rail) and I didnt like it as much as a Jericho. Kind of like the differences in a Smith and Wesson Model 629-7 and a Model 629-1. They look the same and operate just the same but the 629-1 would be my choice if offered both, just because of the slight differences in parts and the making of the pistol.

It was just my opinion, not really much solid fact other than the small differences in the lines. I guess I was picky about the pistol without knowing I was.
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Me too. Now my son is mad at me cause I said I was wanting to get one for my own. It's his first handgun. He doesn't want me to have the same gun, he has. I can't help it though I have that "powder and steel" addiction.

Really, it is just an awesome weapon.....
Tell your son to get over the whole, "if dad does it then it's not cool" phase and get one.
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You could always just take his then he wont have one like it

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