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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-15-2007, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Ot Cz 2075 & Cz P01

Im looking in to a new CC. Right now i have a Walther PPK but the 380 dont have much for power and at 6 rnds i better hit what im aiming at..
I have been looking at the CZ 2075 and P01 and i like them both just wanted to see what others have to say.. I have a CZ 75B and i love it but its a tank on my side.

The only thing i dont like about the 2075 is my lil finger has no place to go.

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.380 aint bad for cc since the odds of use are on the side of within arms reach. The sig 232 will give you one more round and a place for your little finger, some hydrashoks or gold dots will get the job done. I usually carry a wheelgun or my baby glock .38 +p/ .357 sig. Both of them are small and lightweight and easily concealable (also have a good punch.)

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I carry a glock 27 daily in a shoulder rig. With a vest on you can't even see it. I saw guys in qual finals shoot perfect scores with them back to 50 yards. I am not that good, but can shoot it expert at 25.

They make a mag extender that makes the mag 11 rounds and gives you a spot for your pinky. I think it is as comfortable with or without the extender. I like the walther but don't have the jack to afford one.

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The 380 is actually a lousy round....unless you get a head shot or a lucky chest shot, it's not going to slow someone down much...saw a guy one time get hit 4 times, one round hit his chin....the bullet shattered and just spread out....no real damage....

I think the 45 is the best round....but kind of tough for cc....I prefer the 40 over the 9mm...but, there are a lot more choices for the 9mm......

I personally carry the S&W3913...8+1.....fits in my front pocket...stainless steel so the oils and moisture from my body don't rust it....same basic operation as my duty Beretta 92F (that means I don't have to think about it)....

Go with a good hollow point....go for mass over speed....hopefully you never have to use it...but if you do, you want it to stop the person from doing what they were doing in the first place that required you to shoot their sorry ass in the first place.....a heavy slow bullet does that better and should it go through the body, it will have a lot less energy to do any residual damage (innocent victims)....

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Personally, I carry a Sig P220 in a RH Bianchi Mod.38 holster. I am a rather large

individual so I have no problem with a larger weapon. Depending upon what part

of the area I am traveling I also carry a Sig P226. I agree with Mr. Dawg, you

should have mass over speed. The 220 has 230gr Gold Dot hollowpoints, and

the 226 has 147gr Gold Dots as well. Sometimes I keep a Baretta 21-A in my

back pocket. All depends on where I'm going at the time.

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