GUN Picked up my first pistol today.

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  1. DC

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    CZ TT45. Aware it's not made by the original CZ, but the company it became, but I loved the looks of it and it was $300 used. Almost all parts are interchangable with an EAA witness, so no worries there.

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    Shitty camphone, but I threw in a pic of my lil 10/22. Until today it's the only firearm I've ever owned.
     
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    :cool:Looks like an excellent start
     
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    beefy dust cover. Got a better shot of the sights? Looks fixed to the slide from the angle.
     
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    I've noticed a lot of their handguns looks like EAA guns. Did they merge or one buy the other out?
     
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    :coold: looks good
     
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    EAA is a CZ clone. This is sortof a CZ clone. What happened, is in the 60s I believe, the CZ factory split into a weapons factory, and an equipment factory. This CZ was pretty much a poly replica of the CZs that were being made next door.
     
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    Yeah, they're fixed to the slide, which is no big deal to me right now. I wanted a gun to train with, get my CCW, take to the range, and carry if I ever go into shitty areas.
     
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    Ah. :bigthumb:
     
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    Took it to the range today. Shot well. I was shooting some cheap Federal ammo, it may have been too hot. It occasionally locked the slide back after 8 or 9 shots. Bought a 50 pack of Winchester, shot fine. I love the port on top. The .45 has less recoil than any pistol I've ever shot. Dead on accurate, even with the permanently fixed sights. Overall, I'd say a good investment.
     

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