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While I've never fired that model of CZ, it's supposed to have the same ergonomics as the CZ-75. I have an EAA Witness in 10mm which is based on the CZ-75 and it's wonderful. You'd think that a 10mm would be a bit difficult to get back on target for the second shot, but that's not the case. I like it a lot better than my buddies Glock 17 in 9mm for a follow up. He said the same thing after shooting mine for the first time. Your mileage may vary............
I really hope this tattoo fad runs its course soon. That aside, I do like the toys!
Yes, pumping foreign chemicals of unknown origin in to ones body seems like an especially bad idea. Also , probably an indicator of , a low, IQ.
Not just the tats: the painted nails indicate a significant deficiency of some sort.
CW, my ignorance is going to show, what is EDC, and what is that scaled down pry bar? Somebodies idea of a joke? Also, In the last EDC you showed a blue C thing and I asked what it was and nobody volunteered.
Every Day Carry = EDCI am not sure about the reason for carrying a little pry bar either.Agree about the tats and also hat the CZ is a nice pistol - low bore axis helps with recoil in all calibers.
EDC = Every Day Carry. There's a whole sub culture of people who are into carrying as many pocket sized tools as possible to be ready for anything, so to speak. The blue C thing I don't know, but I'm sure it will do six or seven different jobs.
Thank you, my ignorance knows no bounds... as I wasn't able to figure what EDC means, duh.
Go back and read the post, Cederq. Blue C thing is a rope tightener.