A "high quality" replica of the Hi Standard supermatic target pistols.
Not the junk that has been recently produced by the clone factories.
Another vote for the CZ75 or 85C.
I just cannot imagine spending that much on "ONE" gun. :D
CZ 75 or 85.:)
Thanks for the replies gentlemen, I'll try some slightly reduced loads.:)
A shooting buddy advised me of a gun shop close to his place of work were having a clearance sale on some Federal primers. I told him I could use...
My 1962 mfg. 103 series High Standard Tounament. Very accurate & so far it's been 100% reliable.:)
I really like my CZ97B.
I had a reputable gunsmith perform a trigger job, It shoots almost as good as my Colt GoldCup.
Here's a pic.
Thanks kingpin008, The gun shoots really well, it's accurate once you get used to the heavy trigger.
The 7.62 X 25 round is a little screamer,...
Here's my Ruskie 1945 Tula arsenal produced TT33
My CZ85C. Absolutely reliable & scary accurate.
wnycollector, Thanks for sharing that excellent video.:)
I agree your wife is a "Trooper".:)
Sounds like she is also a "keeper".
This may be of interest to Martini fans.:)
Another vote for the Tokarev TT33.
They are cheap & reliable, mine is more accurate than a pistol of this price has a right to be.
I have a CZ85C in dual tone blue & nickle, the blue is starting to wear very slightly.
I also have a CZ97B in polycoat. I find the finish to be...
Ruger. This same design has been going strong since 1949. :D
Time to takeup reloading.:)
I have shot many rounds through both the Colt Anaconda & a Ruger Super Blackhawk.
I invariably scored higher with the Ruger.
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