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Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by sharpshooterbjp, Jul 2, 2012.
which is more reliable baby browning (.25) or cz model 45 (.25) ?
Reliable in stopping a person? Or in function. I cant give a solid review, never fired either, instinctively i would trust browning first. For stopping power. Just carry a baseball bat you will do more damage
There are a lot of "what ifs" here.
Normally, "name" firearms are more reliable.
But what if it was not taken care of? It could be more unreliable than other brands associated with that label.
What if it was refurbished by a person of repute?
What if it was butchered by a "wanna-be" gunsmith?
Just a thought! If you are considering getting a small pistol for CCW. I would recomend at least going to a 380 vs a 25 cal. They are not a whole lot bigger and do have better ballistics and especialy with some of the new rounds that are available. Like the Hornady Critical Defense, Federal Hydra-Shocks and others. Small CCW pistols are good only because you will be carrying them when the weather is hot and you can not hide a larger pistol easily. Also they are convenient to carry. I carry a Kahr P-380 on me all the time in the summer months and a 40 cal. or 45 cal. pistol the rest of the time.