Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ponchsox, Oct 7, 2012.
I do better with the Tanfoglio made CZ clones (EAA Witness line).
Because the CZ 75b is an all steel gun, the recoil is very manageable.
Try CZ Customs.
Accuracy was excellent with both and being big all-steel 9mm's the recoil was very light.
Currently have a Tanfoglio 9mm and it's my range gun, very pleasant to shoot and dead-nuts accurate.
Got to look but they have a following.
Soft shooting, dead on accurate for me. The only down side is it takes a couple hundred rounds to smooth out the trigger.
Have you looked here? http://www.damascusgunshop.com/shop/pistols/cz-75.html
It's the most accurate, easy-to-shoot gun I have. I see it as a splendid tactical weapon.
She likes it so much, we got the 22LR Kadet conversion. In her hands it is about as accurate as her Ruger Mk II competition model.
I consider the CZ 75 line to be a heck of a value and wouldn't hesitate to get more of their products.
Wish I was a better shot, to do it justice.
After I bought my Phantom my Springfield XD 9 just sat in the safe. Ended up selling the XD 9 not to long ago.
My .02 is that it is an excellent full size 9mm pistol.
My 75b Compact
My 85 Combat
You can buy CZ online very easily - just find a FFL to receive the gun.
I always say to shoot a gun before you buy it.
You can usually find one to shoot from a friend or at the range.
Good luck in your hunt.
I think the original finish was Crayola and it went south when I used some freaky dishsoap overseas to un-crust it - never washed a dish with that stuff in Pakistan ever again after that! So, that's the finish.
I've encountered a huge range in whether and - if so - how varying magazines behave in it.
Oh yeah - recoil? I've never even noted it outside of some hi-powered Turkish ammo at one time.
The recoil is very manageable being a 9mm and constructed entirely of steel. I still feel my Glock 19 has a softer recoil. I really enjoy my CZ, I just wished the trigger sits a little shorter.
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