hickok45 shootin' his CZ-82 (VIDEO)

I’m not going to lie. I love the CZ-82.

It’s compact, it’s lightweight for it’s class, it’s chambered in a respectable caliber (9x18mm Makarov) and it has great controls. The trigger is very nice, and it accepts standard CZ sights.

They’re going up in price, but can still be found for less than $300, which is still decent. Get one refinished by Robar or the like and you’ll find yourself with on very fine handgun. Good all-around shooter, fun at the range, reliable enough for everyday or concealed carry.

Also, they’re ridiculously accurate.

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