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The new (to me) 10mm.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Working Man, Nov 24, 2007.

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  1. Working Man

    Working Man Member

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    After much research I have decided to go with the CZ Dan Wesson Razorback.

    To be honest, the only other 10mm I own is the Springfield OMEGA 6" 10mm.
    I love the look, feel, balance, and weight of it but that is the only reference I
    have to go by.

    What I want to hear is the good, bad, and even ugly of the Razorback.

    1. Reliability out of the box.
    2. Mods that you may have done.
    3. Problems that you have had.
    4. Customer service issues.

    Especially any problems.... let me know as I have not bought it as of yet but
    for around $700+ new I think it is worth it. No, I do not want to pay more than
    $750.

    I know that I am spoiled by Springfield CS, no question of mine has ever gone
    unanswered or I have not been pointed in the right direction within 24 hrs. If they
    still made the OMEGA I would buy another in a heartbeat.

    Any and all related information will be of help. Thanks.
     
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  2. Peter M. Eick

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    Mine had an issue out of the box with remington ammo. It was one of the very early ones (#16) and DW admitted they did not throat it for remington ammo at the time. The truncated jhp's are sharp! They fixed it and changed the throating so I believe no one else has had the problem.

    Also some of the early ones like mine bleed die out of the grips if you use mpro7. That also was fixed on the later ones.

    Beyond that absolutely reliable.
    No mods done (what could be needed? I ordered it the way I wanted)
    Customer service was great. Very helpful.

    Great gun, no regrets, and I love mine.
     
  3. Iggy

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    I have #25 and it has been a wonderful gun.

    I liked it so much I got DW to build me another one in CCO configuration.

    I carry one or the other every day and have done so for years.

    [​IMG]
     
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  6. Working Man

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    Iggy, nice.

    Thanks for the replies.
    I'll hit the other sites and see what they have to say.
     
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