CZ75 vs Glock17

#15

Out shot my 2 nephews with the CZ75 over their Glocks last week
That’s all that matters to me.
In all fairness - I shoot 2x a week easily. They do not, maybe 4x a year for them
But they came with their red dots and gimmicks to even things out - Iron for me always on a pistol.
Glocks are great I shot theirs a few times and was impressed.
I’m just old school - I like steel because it can crack a skull - makes it a multi-tasker

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#16

Im with you on this. I dont do optics on handguns.

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#17

This is how I read your post at first! Was like, great we got a murderernow chiming in on the thread.

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#18

Damn kids and they’re lightweight reliable handguns with optics for more precise shot placement! Stay off my lawn (rubs garand softly muttering about new fangled scopes)

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#19

But I need to save the batteries for my blow up doll.

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#20

What’s his name?

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#21

Its a female blow up doll, you sick f**k.

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#22

Damn you work for cnn?
FAKE NEWS

LMAO

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#23

Hahahahhahahaahaaaa

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#24

just change 1911 to CZ75…

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#25

Responsible gun owners probably should not let their dogs play with their guns.

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#26

Little side bar–
My German Shepard Mikey [RIP] probably could eat the most of an AR. Trespassers too.

IE: My date can only find 1 shoe- I look around and tell her I’ll find it later and take her home

I found it— in Mikey’s poop - Nice shiny gold buckle right in the middle of a very questionable looking poop solved the mystery

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#27

How? The only plastic on an AR is the trigger gaurd, stock and pistol grip. Even most rails now of days are made of aluminum. Unless you are saying he eats aluminum…which is pretty cujo of him lol

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#28

Also, to be perfectly fair Polymer pistols in general handle harsh environments with less maintenance better and they dont rust as easy.

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#29

Nope.

Plenty of plastic on ours
Cujo? Aluminum? HA! He ate tin tuna cans if you left them accessible.

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#30

Fine then, my AR15s and most high end AR15s usually only have plastic trigger gaurds, stocks and pistol grips. That is pretty funny about your dog eating cans though.

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#31

Am I the only one here who prefers the Hi Power to the CZ 75? I used to own one and it was a great pistol. To bad FN never made a commander sized Hi Power.

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#32

they didn’t have to, because A GENTLEMAN wasn’t ashamed of his pistol and try and hide it.

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#33

Not just about concealability for me, I like the balance and feel better, ymmv.

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#34

You are not alone. :+1::+1:
Pop’s, now ours. Best point and shoot for me.
The CZ 75 was bought to keep miles off the HP.

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