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Intratec cat-9

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by bookman, Feb 12, 2003.

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  1. bookman

    bookman Member

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    I was looking at the Intratec cat-9 and 45,seem's nice and flat no sites $124,95 new in box..But I have never read anything on them
    Any body here have or had one and how are thay?...
     
  2. 10-Ring

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    I had a chance to shoot one once. I wasn't too impressed, I passed when the owner tried to sell it to me.
     
  3. dairycreek

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    I owned an Intratec Cat-9 about ten years ago.

    The frame kept cracking! I would send it back and it would return repaired but, as soon as I shot it, the frame quickly cracked again. Once again, it would come back with the frame repaired, and so on. I was shooting plain garden variety 9mm ammo - nothing exotic or hot. Finally, I just gave up on it. I sure would not buy another one. Good shooting;)
     
  4. bookman

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    Thanks 10-Ring and dairycreek,

    Guess I will stay away from them...
     
  5. Tropical Z

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    They also are no longer in business.My Sport 22 was GARBAGE!
     
  6. true believer

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    i had a cat 9 a few years ago..imo, junk...stay away...:barf:
    bob
     
  7. BRASSM

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    I have a CAT-9. Nice and light, but unreliable. A piece of junk, a good throw away gun.
     
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