Cz vs glock

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Cz vs glock

Post by Sniperjoe » 24 Jan 2012, 08:15

I plan on picking up my first handgun (Pending I get my premise pistol permit of course) in the next few months...

I've basically narrowed it down to either a Glock 19 or 32 or a CZ 75 or 83.

I've shot both glocks as well as the cz 83 and loved em and I got to handle a cz75 which felt great...

I'd just like some input as to what all of you prefer and why?

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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by Thedirtyheat » 24 Jan 2012, 08:36

I've shot glocks never a cz but I think the cz design is superior. I'm buying the 85b in the near future can hardly wait

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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by nrv216 » 24 Jan 2012, 10:31

Sniperjoe wrote:I plan on picking up my first handgun (Pending I get my premise pistol permit of course) in the next few months...

I've basically narrowed it down to either a Glock 19 or 32 or a CZ 75 or 83.

I've shot both glocks as well as the cz 83 and loved em and I got to handle a cz75 which felt great...

I'd just like some input as to what all of you prefer and why?
Well someone is going to ask so.... What do you want it for/ what is your primary use for it? If it is something your are going to carry everyday I might say Glock 19 (out of those choices). If it is going to sit in your safe and be fondled/shot at the range occasionally, I would go cz 75 or glock 32. If you are going to shoot competition... well you see where I am going with this.

I have or have had each of the guns listed above and each served a specific purpose for me or maybe it didn't and that's why I sold it off. Either way, all are good guns and, depending on your desired purpose, I am sure one of them will serve you well. I just cannot make a recommendation until I know what you plan on doing with it.

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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by panzermk2 » 24 Jan 2012, 12:38

CZ all the way. You nailed it, how the CZ FEELS in your hand.
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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by blueorison » 24 Jan 2012, 14:01

Stupid question, so

No comment from me

except for the above comment.
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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by Thedirtyheat » 24 Jan 2012, 14:13

Blue that's like calling someone to tell them you're ignoring them

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Post by blueorison » 24 Jan 2012, 14:27

Thedirtyheat wrote:Blue that's like calling someone to tell them you're ignoring them
It's ok, I know Joe enough to do that. Actually, I do it all the time, you can ask him.

"J., what's up bro?"
"Shooting a match."
"Oh yeah? How's it goin?"
"Pretty good, since I'm shooting a match."
"Sounds like fun, man."
"Yeap."
"So, you go shooting lately?"
"Yeap, I'm at a match, gotta go, bye."

:lmao:

Just kidding Joe, you know I love you. That's why I took you to the range everyday for 5 days in a row when you came to the first match I held for the forum. Mwahahah

It's actually at my match that he got to shoot all those guns he's talking about.. except the Glock...
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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by toyslr » 24 Jan 2012, 14:35

CZ for build and craftsmanship. Glock as a day to day cary weapon! Not gonna cry if you drop, scratch or bang it around

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Post by blueorison » 24 Jan 2012, 14:36

toyslr wrote:CZ for build and craftsmanship. Glock as a day to day cary weapon! Not gonna cry if you drop, scratch or bang it around
WRONG. Fanboys will always cry. :lmao:

(sorry bro, had to be honest)
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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by CenCalSplicer » 24 Jan 2012, 14:47

Im gonna take a stab in the dark and say that this purchase will sit in the safe and be taken to the range every once in a will because he lives in NYC and under Comrade Bloombergs iron fist. Everyday carry is just not possible. Once Joe makes the move out of NYC then carry is more of an option. I would suggest the CZ, I love my SP01. If I run out of bullets I can just beat the poopie out of someone with it. JOE GET THE CZ!!!! You can always get the glock when you move out of NYC for everyday carry. My .02

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Post by cHaMeLeoN352 » 24 Jan 2012, 15:25

If you live in NYC, I think these are both poor choices.

The legal limit for magazines is 10 rounds, so you would have to limit the capability of your handgun, which would drive me crazy... :wall:

If I were purchasing my first handgun and lived in NYC, I would go with a 1911 platform. It will look great in the safe and a great shooter for the range; it also will do the job against BGs. :guns:

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Post by CenCalSplicer » 24 Jan 2012, 15:39

He'll never make it to the safe in time to use it, so caliber is a moot point. I think you will have just as much chance stopping a threat with a 9mm as well as the tried and true .45. It is personal preferrence for Joe at this point because NYC sucks worse than PRK.

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Post by cHaMeLeoN352 » 24 Jan 2012, 15:49

CenCalSplicer wrote:He'll never make it to the safe in time to use it, so caliber is a moot point. I think you will have just as much chance stopping a threat with a 9mm as well as the tried and true .45. It is personal preferrence for Joe at this point because NYC sucks worse than PRK.
Why would he keep it in the safe, when he could keep it in his nightstand...

I wasn't making a caliber reference, simply saying the 1911 comes standard with a magazine capacity within legal limit, without limiting the capacity, and is a straight shooter.

The fact that the .45 is more likely stop a BG in one-well placed shot, is just the icing on the cake!

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Post by CenCalSplicer » 24 Jan 2012, 17:19

cHaMeLeoN352 wrote:
CenCalSplicer wrote:He'll never make it to the safe in time to use it, so caliber is a moot point. I think you will have just as much chance stopping a threat with a 9mm as well as the tried and true .45. It is personal preferrence for Joe at this point because NYC sucks worse than PRK.
Why would he keep it in the safe, when he could keep it in his nightstand...

I wasn't making a caliber reference, simply saying the 1911 comes standard with a magazine capacity within legal limit, without limiting the capacity, and is a straight shooter.

The fact that the .45 is more likely stop a BG in one-well placed shot, is just the icing on the cake!
I don't know enough about NYC's crazy gun law and I'm assuming that even with a premise permit it would have to be locked up. I don't know for sure. You're right, a nightstand would be way better than a safe and one well placed shot from a .45 will do the trick. Practice is the only thing that will ensure that shot and finding a close gun range would be the other obstacle. NYC sucks more balls than PRK, but thats not news to anyone.

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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by Mister Freeze » 24 Jan 2012, 17:29

"one well-placed shot" says it all. A "not-so-well-placed" .45 can be as effective as a "well-placed" .22.

CZ. Period. Not a fanboy. Ask Blue.

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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by cHaMeLeoN352 » 24 Jan 2012, 17:53

CenCalSplicer wrote:NYC sucks more balls than PRK, but thats not news to anyone.
It's criminal...

My Parents live in NYC and my dad recently acquired his weapon permit/registration for his shotgun. However, you are not allowed to have ammo shipped to your house and when ammo is needed there is nothing in the city.

I went to try and buy ammo and they asked for a permit id, other than a random walmart I found 1 hour drive out in the hood (I mean straight ghetto), they allowed me to purchase no problem, but was limited 6 boxes per customer (the round count didn't matter, just 6 boxes) They were all out of slugs for some reason. :ponder:

I was laughing with the employee about the policies and he decides to tell me how he can easily buy a gun for $50 if he wanted, so the gun control is useless. The BG's will always be able to acquire a weapon and for some reason they allow them to buy ammo easier than law abiding citizens.

There is also this place in Chinatown, but that's another story...

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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by Sniperjoe » 25 Jan 2012, 11:30

blueorison wrote:
Thedirtyheat wrote:Blue that's like calling someone to tell them you're ignoring them
It's ok, I know Joe enough to do that. Actually, I do it all the time, you can ask him.

"J., what's up bro?"
"Shooting a match."
"Oh yeah? How's it goin?"
"Pretty good, since I'm shooting a match."
"Sounds like fun, man."
"Yeap."
"So, you go shooting lately?"
"Yeap, I'm at a match, gotta go, bye."

:lmao:

Just kidding Joe, you know I love you. That's why I took you to the range everyday for 5 days in a row when you came to the first match I held for the forum. Mwahahah

It's actually at my match that he got to shoot all those guns he's talking about.. except the Glock...
HA yes and that was an awesome 5 days.....minus the....uh...annoyance....

And I did shoot the glock with you bro, I shot your .357 glock.

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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by Sniperjoe » 25 Jan 2012, 11:38

Oh and I plan on using this as an all around handgun, HD, range gun, etc. (obviously due to NYC gun laws however, NOT carry :( )

You guys pritty much hit the nail on the head, i have to keep it locked up, however, i DO plan on getting a biometric nightstand safe for my primary HD pistol (which is what I intend to make this one)

Our gun laws are absolutly ludicris but I have no choice unfortunatly, i have to deal with it.

I WAS considering a 1911 but im actually thinking of building a nice one in the near to distant future, so im not going to buy one of those just yet...

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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by blueorison » 25 Jan 2012, 12:24

Joe get the CZ. My Glock worked for you because I dremeled the living daylights out of it, then retaped it to fit my hand like a CZ. The grip has layered electrical tape on it layered to form the curve on the backstrap just like the CZ.

The CZ is also slightly heftier, which I find makes it easier for your body to gauge the gun when pointing quickly, perhaps in the dark. You can mount a light on the Glock or the CZ, but when you're dazed and confused you don't want a billion buttons to push. Keep the CZ in the safe, safety off, on double-action.

Also, next time, target practice dry-fire on the "annoyance". :)
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Re: Cz vs glock

Post by smpsmp » 03 Feb 2012, 00:34

SniperJoe,

For your 1911 project, if you choose to go that route of building it (which is a headache and a half) take a look at the Caspian frames. For the money you couldn't get a better bare bones frame to start with. If you want to go all out, double the price and go with a Wilson. But everyone that I've built for friends using Caspian frames (and saving 400 dollars) have been beyond happy with them.

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