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Old 05-13-2010, 9:05 PM
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Default STI LS9... Springfield EMP... or CZ 2075 RAMI ???

Ignore the price,
Ignore the status symbol...

I'm looking at 3" automatic for CCW, 9mm for cheap range action.

* best dependability/reliability
* will always go BANG when you pull the trigger
* can take thousands of rounds and still feel tight and new

I already have a CZ75 SP-01 (my first gun) and am very, very happy with it. Standing unsupported at 21 ft. I can consistently empty a 10-round mag at 1 shot per second into a hand-sized grouping, so I am partial to the CZ.

With that said, I seem to have caught the 1911 bug without even owning a 1911. I will probably end up with a full size (or even 6”) .45 1911 in the future, but that’s another issue.

For now, I am trying to decide which of these 3 would be the best 9mm 3” CCW type pistol:


Spriongfield EMP

CZ 2075 RAMI

again… ignore the price.. ignore the status symbol...



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