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    Just got mine yesterday, very solid feel to it. I can't wait ti fire her. I hope this weekend. Very nice feel.

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    My Witness 10MM (Wonder Finish) was my first carry gun. I still carry it upon occasion. The only thing that slows me down from full time carry is that the ammo is significantly more expensive than 40 S&W or 45ACP and a little tougher to find. I like to practice with the ammo I carry. The size and weight don't bother me much, but I'm 6'4" and 240-250.

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    what kind of reliability do the 10mm versions have? i think i need one, they sound like a perfect solution for an out-in-the-woods gun. good pricing too.

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    Now look....................damn it! If you guys keep talkin' like this it's gonna' cost me money! My shooting friend has one that works great but you have to clean it some after 50 or so continuous rounds. It's gonna' be my next handgun, for sure. What tha' hell................it's only money.

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    i'm in the same boat. i wasn't interested in them at all awhile back, but now that i've taken a better look, they are sounding pretty good. i kinda want to get a 10mm full sized steel model, and then a 9mm conversion kit for it too. that would make it much easier on the wallet to plink and practice with, but still allow me the power of the 10mm. all for a price that is cheaper than another sig......hmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Now look....................damn it! If you guys keep talkin' like this it's gonna' cost me money! My shooting friend has one that works great but you have to clean it some after 50 or so continuous rounds. It's gonna' be my next handgun, for sure. What tha' hell................it's only money.
    Hey Charlie what do you mean when you said you have to clean them after 50 rounds. We shot ours (9mm) over 300 rounds without one mishap. What makes these guns so accurate? For me it might be that it's steel and not plastic. My 1911's were accurate right out of the box and the rest of my auto's are plastic except for a couple of them that don't compare to the witness. I think I need to get the 45 just so I have something to talk about. Dam that's the best reason yet I have for getting another firearm but still don't think the misses will buy it so I shall hide it. Now that sounds good.

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    I'm really lazy when it comes to cleaning my guns. My Witness 10MM has had ZERO problems, even with my lack of care. I just throw a little lube on it now and again and it's just fine. I generally average 500 rounds before I give my guns a good cleaning. I think my H&K USP Tactical is probably the most finicky as far as cleanliness, but even then, it ain't that bad. Actually, my DE in .357 is the most finicky as far as cleanliness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacedoggy View Post
    Hey Charlie what do you mean when you said you have to clean them after 50 rounds. We shot ours (9mm) over 300 rounds without one mishap. What makes these guns so accurate? For me it might be that it's steel and not plastic. My 1911's were accurate right out of the box and the rest of my auto's are plastic except for a couple of them that don't compare to the witness. I think I need to get the 45 just so I have something to talk about. Dam that's the best reason yet I have for getting another firearm but still don't think the misses will buy it so I shall hide it. Now that sounds good.
    He told me he would have an occassional failure to go to full battery (he had to bump the back of the slide) after 50 rds. or so. He only did this once during a 100 rd. + outing so I wouldn't consider that a problem. I'm still getting one next. I love shooting his.

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    How big is the grip on the full size?
    I have pretty small hands, and was thinking of buying that very gun from Buds, in 9mm.

    How does the grip size & trigger reach compare to a standard CZ 75b ?

    TIA

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