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Jericho 941: Good, Bad, or Ugly?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Blackjack_21, Jan 5, 2003.

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  1. Blackjack_21

    Blackjack_21 Member

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    I'm contemplating the purchase of either a Jericho 941, Uzi Baby Eagle or SW99, 9mm. I know the Jericho and Baby Eagle are identical, but how well do they hold up? Are they fairly accurate when fed the right diet? If I can't find a good 941/Eagle, I'm going with a Walther P99 or SW99. Thanks...
     
  2. faustulus

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    I have a baby eagle in 40 and I like the gun. It needed a trigger job but other than that it shot great. However, I would just go with a CZ75 (which the baby eagle is a copy of) or EAA Witness (tanfoglio makes the frames for the jericho/eagle) I have one of each and I love my CZ best. Also you might get more imput over at CZ forums

    http://www.czforum.com/
     
  3. Wildalaska

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    Go for the Walther if you have small hands...if not...get a Browning HiPower....

    Forget it just get a Browning Hipower
     
  4. Blackjack_21

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    I've actually got pretty big hands, and with the right insert, the P99 fit great. Of course, I also think a Beretta 92 fits pretty good, but they're a little high...
     
  5. Cableman

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    I have a Baby Eagle in 9mm and a Walther P99 in 9mm. They are both great guns, but I think the trigger on the Baby Eagle is much smoother than the P99. The P99 grip is second to none, so you need to handle and shoot both before you make up your mind. I couldn't decide, so I bought both. Hi Caps are readily available for the the Baby Eagle for $30. Walther Hi Caps are $70 and up.
     
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