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ap3572001
09-01-2012, 7:48 AM
I put this project aside for a while and now I am back to it.

Have to pick up a TARGET 9mm pistol.

So far its between SIG "ALL AROUND" and one of the CZ Competition models.

I know SIG's, used them on and off duty and already own a tack driver German 226.

I would like input on both guns form people who own them and shoot them .

Thanks.

ap3572001
09-01-2012, 10:51 AM
Trigger on the x5 has a much better release.

The 210 is just as good if not better trigger.

The TS has a single action trigger also, but its more of a rolling release, and not put together nearly as well as the X5 or the 210 target

Whats a TS?

ap3572001
09-01-2012, 11:10 AM
Which cz were u lookin at?

And what kind of target usage are you doing?

Uspsa or bullseye?

Strictly bullseye shooting. 25 yards +.

I like the CZ model(s) that come with adjustable target sights. ( like Bomar)

Oldnoob
09-01-2012, 11:10 AM
Just want to throw in another option. S&W 952.

As Sig goes, I would choose Competition model over all around. But that's just me. I like SAO over DA/SA.

Press Check
09-01-2012, 12:01 PM
I wouldn't exclude a 1911 Target pistol.

9mmepiphany
09-01-2012, 2:26 PM
In 9mm, the X-Five will likely outshoot a 1911 unless you have a lot of work done to it.

The X-Competition is nice if you want SAO, but the All-Around is just as accurate with the DA/SA option and would allow you to shoot in different competitions

As you apparently have easy access to LE-only pistols, you really owe it to yourself to look into the S&W PPC pistols

asgalindez
09-01-2012, 5:34 PM
If off-roster isn't a problem, I'd be looking at one of these from CZCustom:

CZ 75 CTS LS-B SAO 9mm Black (http://czcustom.com/cz75shadowls-bblk.aspx)
http://czcustom.com/images/products/detail/CZ75ShadowLS_B91708_1.jpg

or

CZ 75 CTS LS SAO 9mm BLACK (http://czcustom.com/cz75shadowlsblk.aspx)
http://czcustom.com/images/products/detail/CZ75ShadowLS91707_1.jpg

unusedusername
09-01-2012, 11:21 PM
My X-Five AllAround is a lot of fun... Very accurate. I did have mine worked on by Grayguns though so maybe it's not fair to compare it to stock...