Finally getting one.
Well guys looks like I'm finally getting my first auto. Should be getting it on Monday.
Its an EAA Witness 10mm wonder finish. Very excited about it. Gonna put it on layaway
today or tomorrow, don't have the cash now or I'd already be cleaning it. Anything about
the gun that I should know? The gun is able to convert to a different caliber isn't it?
Happened to be on the other side of town right next to a different/unpopular gun store.
They had the exact same gun there for $20 dollars less. There ammo is really cheap too.
Just might end up being a regular there instead though they have very few accessories.
That isn't to big of a deal though I'm sure they could order what ever I need.
Last edited by Anxiety.; 07-12-2007 at 04:35 PM.
Hope you like it! I checked out a .45 and it was sweet. That 10mm should rock. Let us know after you air it out.
hey guys, I have a question. Does the CZ design (EAA,too) allow for Condition One carry? I can't seem to find that answer on either web-site.
From what I have heard about the EAA you can carry cocked and locked. I imagine you should be able to with a CZ.
The guy that works the counter at the store I will be getting the gun said he has the .45 version and really likes it. Not sure if I will pick up a .45 version or not. More than likely will be getting a 9mm too. Maybe a .45 someday though, money is relatively tight right now and can only have one.
Some CZs can be carried in Condition One. The CZ75 and CZ75B are obvious examples. Others have decocking levers and are designed for Condition Two, such as the P-01.
FYI, a pistol like the CZ75 - a DA that can also be carried cocked-and-locked - is termed "selective double action." As a very general rule, pistols with safeties mounted on the frame can be carried in Condition One, while those with dinguses on the slide can't.
All the Witnesses I've ever seen were either selective DA or straight single action (the competition guns).
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"Selective double action". I never heard that term before. So the CZ-75 series, and the EAA clones are "selective double action". That term just rolls off my tongue. Thanx guys.
I guess my Taurus is too.
Well guys I got my new gun the other day. Its a Stoeger Cougar in 9mm. $319NIB, Haven't shot it yet maybe later today or tomorrow. They had all kinds of used guns there but they were almost all 45s or 40s and I wanted a 9. Saw this one in a different cabinet and couldn't put it down. Snapped up three different kinds of ammo. Hopefully it'll work good for me. It is real comfy and the wife aprroves of it very much, so thats good. Anything I should do before the first shoot other than clean it(which I already did)?
What happen to your plans to buy the EEA Witness??? I think your better off Cougar for a carry gun. The Witness is a heavy gun to tote concealed. I'm happy for you and get to the range. Looking forward to your report.
Just can't afford ammo for a 10mm right now. It also seems to be an overrated caliber too, and overpriced.
I'll get a better range report when I find the cables for the digi cam. Right now I'm only about 70% accuracy, which isn't to bad for me. I haven't shot any kind of gun since Nov., a rifle, at deer. I'm much better with a rifle. But anyway. The gun ran fine to hiccups at all only ran 150 rounds. Even did some limp wristing, ran through a mag as fast as possible, nothing. So any one thinking about getting one, SHOULD.
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