Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by kidneyboy, Dec 3, 2021.
So it looks like I'll be reloading 9mm again.
and maybe shopping for wood grips....
They arent shipping the green ones to the US yet. I need a CZ Ts2 .40 green.
Nice shooter you got there!!
Mwa ha ha!
I told the guys at the gun shop that this is the last firearm I'm buying. They laughed at me.
ETA - I have been trying to thin the herd to only a few guns. I went in looking for a High capacity, hammer fired 45. Theoretically that would be the last gun.
Fantastic looking gun and I would venture to bet that it's a real tack driver too!
I have one of those on my short list of CZ pistols!
.....and a slide milling job, ....and a red dot, .....and a magwell, ......oh, and I second the LOK recommendations, excellent fitting and feel to their grips. I'm partial to the palm well myself.
Congrats on the find. They are some sweet shooters for certain.
Well that leaves the CZ 97 on the table
And the DWX and a few 2011s. I have mistakenly passed on a couple of CZ 97s in the last year or 2.
The head shots on the right are a test of one of my reloads in the CZ at 20 yards and I'm really happy about that. All shooting today was standing, unsupported, using a 2 hand grip.
It's a shooter!
The sticker stayed on till I got home. I wasn't going to take it off till I was sure everything functioned as it should in a gun in this price range.
FWIW For me the only other semi auto that was this nice out of the box was the SigP210. I thought this half way through the first magazine.
Why didn't you like them before? It's pretty but still a cz
Just bought my second CZ 97 on Saturday, I'll take it over a 1911, P220 and FNX 45.
This one is getting a red dot and sao.
Ergonomics. This one fits my hand like it was made for it.
A black Sharpie?
That's not just any black sharpie.............
and now there is one of these for sale near me.......
I had a couple of CZ's over the years and the ones I had beat the heck out of the inside of my trigger finger. My hands have changes since retiring from stonecarving/stonemasonry.
On the other hand I used to like how a G19 fit my hand, and now not so much.
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