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Is the Tanfoglio/EAA hand-fit & trigger feel the same as CZ?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Gary in Pennsylvania, Feb 15, 2009.

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  1. Gary in Pennsylvania

    Gary in Pennsylvania Member

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    Yeah - they're mighty fine CZ clones (so I've read).

    But I'm a CZ fan and am familiar with them.
    How does the trigger pull/feel compare to the CZ-75.


    Also...'Hand Feel'....how do the grips compare between the two? I LOVE the 'like a glove' feel of my full size & compact CZ's!

    Thanks!
     
  2. atblis

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    Grip is not the same. Very similar. If you like one, you'll like the other (most likely).

    The Witnesses are more similar to the SP01 in grip feel than a regular 75B.

    Trigger wise, I think the Witnesses are usually better from the factory, but once you slick the CZs up a bit, it's a toss up which is better.
     
  3. nalioth

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    What skews this question is that EAA/Tangfolio recently changed to another style of frame for all their Witnesses. It is much larger, to be able to handle .45 ACP and 10mm (and they sell it in 9mm and .40 S&W, too).

    The original Witness was pretty much spot on with the Cz75.
     
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    Ehh

    Even the older small frame Witnesses were different. They seem to have a slightly deeper grip in the back, and a heavier beaver tail.
     
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