About 25 years ago, I too got to fire a legal full UZI as well. From the moment you squeezed the trigger, it was lurching upward violently. It continually climbed skyward. Unless you had a strap on the front of it, and your off hand soundly in that strap, it would be tough to hit anything. I was pretty surprised
That is surprizeing our Secret Service used those for awhile. The MP5 i shot at a range in Nevada wasn't bad.
It had the option of a three round burst though. That was the first time i had ever used something like that.
the CZ Compact looks to be a very solid and reliable piece.
I got one for Christmas. The wife was sick and tired of listening to me complain about striker fired pistols.
And carrying my 1911 or my 92 as my CCW. She has her Glock 19 and she shoots it a lot, so they don't
bother her. So when the LC9 comes back from repair she wants it for her purse and car as her CCW.
Im now a happy camper. It was just hard for me to adjust to a pistol that didn't have a hammer.
Old school and the habits die hard. Every time i looked at her Glock, i asked her are you sure that thing isn't going to go off?
" David your buddie Bennie was killed by his Glock because it was loaded and he was drunk and playing
around with it". Yeah, his father said the same thing.
S&W 686, although it is very hard to decide. Revolvers allow you to make up differing loads, even wax bullets propelled by the primer, the neighborhood cats are now very nervous.
Me too! My preferred revolver since I got my first no dash 6 inch 686 back in 1981. Many rounds later and the forcing cone, top strap and the first 3/4 inches of the rifling were gone. I don't know how many rounds were fired through that gun....however many spent small pistol primers that it takes to fill a 5 gallon bucket to the 3/4 full mark. Ha! I would give up up every gun that I own before parting with my 686.
I don't shoot nearly as much as I did back then but the water under the bridge in regards has made me pretty good with mine. I have a Ruger GP100 Match Champion that I have messed with that is a close second but I still prefer the 686!
Had a GP 100. I liked it because it looked like a Python. It shot well and was very accurate. But it wouldn't eject 357 shells, only 38, without beating them out. Sent it back they polished the cylinder, then it worked but I lost all confidence in it.
Fool me once Ruger shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me.
I don't trust Ruger. Your loyalty isn't worth my life . Punk running around late at night with a gun seeing what he could steal.One shot in the air he ran away. Second shot the new Ruger gun didn't work. Ruger, what if he hadn't ran away? Call 911? Well we did, took them an hour to get here. Thanks Ruger for your fine quality.