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Cz & Fnp

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Hollywood101, Jul 27, 2008.

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  1. Hollywood101

    Hollywood101 Member

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    Hello, i'm Southern ************, finally decided to join the site.

    Just wondering what your thoughts are on these two guns. I've never experienced shooting or holding both these guns. I own 4 Glocks (40 family), 2Ruger semi-autos (9mm) and an XD-9.

    I need to switch it up a bit. I'm wondering if the two can be used for my bedside gun. I need a gun that can shoot a lot and take the abuse and still be reliable enough to be by myside at night. So far the ones i have have proven that.
     
  2. Rmac58

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    Sounds like you don't need anything else, but since you asked... go with a CZ.
     
  3. GZOh

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    Try The CZs, You'll love 'em!!

    As you said in your post... "I've never experienced shooting or holding both these guns." I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND simply seeing, holding and shooting the CZ pistols. There are a couple real good gun shops with indoor ranges in your SoCal/LA area that have a good assortment of CZs and rent them (Firing Line- Burbank, LA Gun Club, On Target-Laguna, Englewood, Torrance, Orange Cty, etc.)... Also, GRETA's in Semi has a great gun shop with several CZs in stock (at least a month ago they did) and VERY helpful sales-people.
    Shoot a couple CZs (75B, SP-01, P-01) and you'll quickly find out what a great gun the CZ really is!
    Keep us posted!!

    BTW: The FNP's are also very good guns (polymer frame as comapred to the all-metal CZ). Have a FNP-9, love it... quality, flawless shoot... but NOT quite a CZ!!

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  4. Ash

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    Get a CZ so you can have some variety!

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  5. burningsquirrels

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    get a CZ and get a taste for steel guns. :)
     
  6. NG VI

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    I am about to do both, with an FNP-9 Compact and a CZ 40B. I already have two CZ pistols and a Kadet kit, and if I were to just get one or the other with your current lineup, I would get the stell-framed CZ, since it's a new thing for you, and you can also get a Kadet Kit later, which ups the fun level considerably.
     
  7. Hollywood101

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    Appreciate the feedback, i just got through reading an article on FNP on Combat Handguns, nice looking gun. I'll go check them both out but it'll most likely be a CZ P01.
     
  8. GZOh

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    Great choice Hollywood!... you're gonna love it!!
     
  9. doc2rn

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    FNP is by far better than my CZ 75b.
     
  10. burningsquirrels

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    sell your cz so one of us can buy it, lol.
     
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