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25th November 2005, 22:21
Hi I'm new here, I'm from the Philippines. Just sold my CZ-75 and Taurus PT92 9mm pistols and orederd a Norinco 1911 45ACP standard. Was it a good deciscion?
26th November 2005, 02:54
Even though these are personal decisions, I won't let that CZ-75 go. The Taurus I agree, but the CZ-75 is a different story.
Still, the Norincos are very nice guns to have.
26th November 2005, 03:35
Thanks John for your comments. Really appreciate it. Will keep you posted when i get my new Norinco 1911 45.
26th November 2005, 20:28
You will regret that decision even twenty years from now. First rule. Never sell any of your guns specially that Cz-75. Anyways, congrats on the Norinco and better save up immediately and buy back the CZ.
27th November 2005, 03:00
Thanks niceone. I don't think i could buy back my CZ, at least I'm excited on my Norinco 1911. It's my 1st 45. My problem now is that my wife also wants a 1911 45ACP. What do you think guys, will she be able to handle a 45 caliber? She's used in shooting the 9mm's
27th November 2005, 06:26
I am sure she will have very little problem getting used to the 1911 and .45 ACP. I actually find the .45ACP recoil very mild. Just make sure you do not start her with any +P rounds, there is no reason for them, as far as I am concerned.
27th November 2005, 17:46
Sorry for my ignorance John, but what's a +P rounds? You hit it right, I'm concern with the recoil.
27th November 2005, 20:43
The first gun I've had was a 9mm. The recoil is manageable. I tried to stay away from the .45 thinking that since it looks big, the recoil might be that bad. Finally, my friends coaxed me to shoot one and from that day on, I never looked back. If the wife will shoot a .45 let her do it with a government model first. The size of the gov't will absorb a little of the recoil and will be an enjoyable experience. She can handle the .45 since she handled you well. :D
28th November 2005, 00:04
+P are rounds loaded hotter than the standard 230 gr FMJ ones, i.e. more speed and higher power factor. I do not trust these in a .45 ACP.
28th November 2005, 02:03
Thanks for the info John, I'll keep that in mind.
niceone your absolutely right, if she was able to handle me why not a .45
guess i have to order another norinco 1911 .45ACP for her. you've been a great help to me guys. will post some pics when i get mine.
28th November 2005, 20:30
Hey Jok, How much is the price of your CZ-75 and PT92? CZ-75 pistols are one of the best pistols ever made. Why did you let it go? How I wish I'm the one who bought it. :nono:
Jok from what part of the philippines are you from?
29th November 2005, 06:06
Luke, I don't think John(El Commandante) will like it if I answer you in this forum.You could check my reply at the general discussion forum. Thanks
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