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Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by tx-cz, Aug 31, 2011.

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  1. tx-cz

    tx-cz Member

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    1994 Ruger SP101, stainless steel (.357 Mag)
    2011 CZ 83 9mm Browning, glossy blue (cal. 380 Auto)
     

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    Never let go of that Ruger!

    I had the 2" hammerless with LaserGrips. Wish to heck I'd hung on to it.
     
  3. bigbomar4

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    A 9mm that is also a 380 auto?
     
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    um yeah, see .380's first name is 9x17mm Browning auto pistol, or corto or...
     
  5. tx-cz

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    Oh, it's not going anywhere!

     
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    um yeah, see .380's first name is 9x17mm Browning auto pistol, or corto or...

    Sorry sometimes I speak before I think. I read 9mm I think 9mm luger my bad!
     
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    Nice! How do you like the CZ? I've been thinking about adding one to my collection.
     
  8. tx-cz

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    I just bought it and haven't taken it out to the range yet (can't wait!). This is my first auto loader and I did tons of research on a few brands/models before purchasing. The CZ 82/83's have fantastic reviews. I know it's a matter of preference, but I really like its classic look over the polymer style handguns.
     
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    I bought a CZ-83 as my first autoloader as well and have never once regretted the purchase. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine.
     
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    I got a CZ-82 after reading several forums about how nice they were. The praise didn't do it justice, mine has the nicest trigger I've ever pulled on a factory gun under $1000. I own S&W's, an H&K, Walthers, and Rugers, that CZ is the best. It sits next to the bed in between range trips. When I'm barely awake and fumbling, I only put it or the S&W's at arm reach.

    After a few hundred rounds, I bet that CZ-83 becomes your favorite piece.
     
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