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Who doesn't have a CZ?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by clipse, Jul 2, 2004.

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  1. clipse

    clipse Member

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    And why in the hell not? :D



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  2. halvey

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    Me.

    Too many 1911's to buy.
     
  3. NEtracker

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    I don't. We cannot buy them New here, the Used ones at New prices have dried up, and CZ USA indicates they have no plans to have models designed and tested for this state.
    Would I get one if they were on the MA Approved List plus the Atty General's "secret" approval list, YES.
    (remember, this is Kerry country):confused:
     
  4. RatFink

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    Me, I've wanted one for a long time, but it keeps getting bumped to next in line by super deals that come my way.
     
  5. warmi

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    I don't have one yet but I am planning to get a RAMI ...

    It won't get much CCW use here in IL but since it appears to be a cool toy , I will get it anyway.
     
  6. BHPshooter

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    :( Me.

    I want one bad, too. No, I want lots.

    I need to get a decent full-time job before I can get any more guns... :(

    Wes
     
  7. Zundfolge

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    In the loosest most technical sense I do (I have a VZ-24)

    But as for a CZ Handgun, its on the list but I don't have extra cash for a pistol right now ... maybe you could contribute to my "Zundfolge needs a CZ Fund" ... email or PM me and I'll tell you where to send the checks :neener:

    Or if you have an extra one you want to give away that would be fine too.



    Then I'll have to start a "Zundfolge needs a pair of Hakan's Fund" :p
     
  8. 12 Volt Man

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    I don't have a CZ. I have 3 CZ's :D
     
  9. Harbinger

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    Me. Not interested.
     
  10. Rival

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    I don't have a CZ, and probably never will.

    Why? Let's see. Me and my best friend got into guns at the same time. We agreed that we will not buy same handguns, so that every time we go to the range we get to take all of our guns and shoot all the different specimen. What fun is that if we have same guns? :confused:

    Anyway, my first gun was Springfield Loaded, and his first gun was CZ-75B. I love that CZ, it is NICE, but I could not get one per our agreement. And he was always greening at me when I shot it... :cuss:

    The situation resolved itself when I got me my own brand spanking new Browning Hi Power in 9mm, in a traditional deep-blue finish and wooden grips. He can have that CZ-75B for himself now, MUAHAHAHAHAHAHA
    :p :evil: :neener:
     
  11. clipse

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    For those that don't have any CZ's but really want one or three. Here ya go. :D


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    My two untill I decide which CZ I'm getting next.

    clipse
     
  12. Dave Markowitz

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    I have a CZ-52. Cool gun, zoomie round.

    I had a CZ-85, which had some problems. It's long gone. If I want to shoot 9mm, I have a BHP. :neener:
     
  13. Plinkerton

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    I really want a P-01. It has been on my 'next to buy' list for a while now.

    I think by the end of the summer I'll be able to get one.

    I hope so anyway... :scrutiny:
     
  14. Black Snowman

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    For a long time I've wanted a CZ and not had one. Missed my chance at a great deal when CZ had the 75 on special with a hi-cap. Then missed when they were selling 97s cheap.

    Finally bought a CZ . . . a CZ 550 Varmint Laminated. Still no pistolas.

    Finally I jumped on with the CZ 40B and found I hated the straight grip. SO that got traded off but I loved the gun so much otherwise I picked up a used CZ 75B right away. Now I'm trying to scrounge for a CZ 75 Compact.

    After that I want a 97B then maybe an SA, I still have hi-caps from the 40B so I'll need to pick up another .40 CZ at some point . . . Oh, if I ever get CCW definately need a RAMI for a backup.
     
  15. Werewolf

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    FWIW - since you don't plan on carrying your CZ why not go with the CZ-75? I've got two CZ-75's. A B in 9mm and a B SA in .40S&W. Correct me if I'm wrong but the RAMI is for all practical purposes just a 75 with a polymer frame isn't it (costs more too I believe).
     
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    I don't, but I plan on getting a 97B someday, when the fund-fairy visits...
     
  17. clipse

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    It is a bit more different than that. The Rami has an aluminum alloy frame and a few other minor differences.FWIW.


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  18. ninjalawyer

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    Too dangerous for sale in Massachusetts, according to our AG, Tom Reilly.
     
  19. steelhead

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    I don't own a CZ built after 1953. Does that qualify?
     
  20. Brian Williams

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    I do not like the way that the tang pokes me in the web of my hand, I would prefer a BHP or even a Glock 17. I would like to get a 52 for the cool Flash Bang whizzz.
     
  21. Boats

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    Not til next month.:D CZ-85B goes on order in time for the death of the AWB along with a post-post ban AR or AK I haven't decided on yet.
     
  22. TexVetDan

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    I had a 75b in 40, sold it cheap. Not accurate and the trigger just sucked beyond belief. On the up side, it never malfunctioned and did look good.
    Dan
     
  23. outofbattery

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    I'd like to have one , like I'd like a Kahr , XD and Steyr but they're not safe enough for us to handle :(
     
  24. NJ3

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    I had a PCR and sold it. :banghead: I'll buy a P-01 in .40 cal, if CZ will just go ahead and produce it.
     
  25. Mastrogiacomo

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    I don't have one yet. Too many Berettas I want first and CZs aren't available in the state anyway...what a shock....
     
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