I don't want to get tpo far off the OP premise, but I'll agree with you about the SIG P320, I'm not enthused about the real one and hence I wouldn't want a GBBP version. Conversely, I love the SIG Sauer SP2022 (the real one, which I have one) and I also for the same reason, I have a GBBP version but in CO2. It is super compact, lite and very high FPS (and very long range), and my choice when I'm our VET Airsoft teams squad sniper. The SP-2022 has proven to be one of the most popular "police" sidearm in W Europe.If we're allowed to declare any airsoft favs outside the "big three", I'm a fan of the TM's HK line: MK23, USP and HK45. I want to like the Sig P320 by ProForce but two buddies have gone through several duds. They all seem to suffer from the same light striking issue.
Again, not to stray too far from the OP, an ASG McMillan M40A3 .... with lots of changes internally, I had to ask lots of question and made some mistakes.(1) I do love SIGs (my brother has a compact P320 sweet)
(2) I've never shot a CZ, I find them kinda ugly/not my taste, but they sound good.
(3) What kind of rifle do you use? you seem like the kinda guy who would use an M40 style rifle. Thanks
There is only one maker of the CZ models in Airsoft and that is KJW.I need to ask around who makes the best CZ SP-01 Shadow GBBP replica for MilSim skirmishes.
Uh...unless you live in a Mag restricted State...there are high capacity pistol mags for CZ available.^^This. Shooting a CZ is a dream. Too bad they were designed during the weapons ban (1994??) so they only have 10 round mags...
My how details can clear up a misunderstanding so easily...Whoop, I was referencing the CZ 97 B (chambered in .45 acp) when I referenced the assault weapons ban.
Hmmmm, .... ALL of my early CZ 75 SP-01 Shadow 9mm mags are 18 round mags!! Some 20 years old (work like new and also new new like last year neew). And my 1976 (2nd year) std CZ-75 is 16 rounds. Don't know where you got the idea the 9mm is only 10rds. They did make a .40 caliber CZ 75. Maybe those are single stack, not familiar with those.^^This. Shooting a CZ is a dream. Too bad they were designed during the weapons ban (1994??) so they only have 10 round mags...
Jonathan Higgs (Airsoftology) reviews the ASG Licensed CZ 75 SP-01 Shadow GBB/CO2 Dual Power!!There is only one maker of the CZ models in Airsoft and that is KJW.
Uh...unless you live in a Mag restricted State...there are high capacity pistol mags for CZ available.
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And are sold with them too:
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And original CZ75 have 15 round magazines
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Jonathan Higgs only gives good reviews because he's paid, I've never heard him say something bad about anything (even if it was a stick)Jonathan Higgs (Airsoftology) reviews the ASG Licensed CZ 75 SP-01 Shadow GBB/CO2 Dual Power!!
Redwolf barely says anything bad because they want the manufactures to use them as an overseas/local retailer.Then there is the Redwolf YouTube video review of the ASG Licensed CZ-75 SP-01 Shadow;
"Ready to Race: ASG CZ75 SP-01 Shadow GBB Pistol – RedWolf Airsoft RWTV"
DITTO DITTO DITTO that! ..... ALL three.Jonathan Higgs only gives good reviews because he's paid, I've never heard him say something bad about anything (even if it was a stick)
Redwolf barely says anything bad because they want the manufactures to use them as an overseas/local retailer.
I'm sure the CZ is good because I've heard some buddies talk about it, I just don't trust either of those two (+ a bunch more "reviewers" and retailers... I'm talking to you Evike)
Well, that's my (partial) point about why is the Airsoft 1911A1/2022 so overwhelmingly popular (and still growing I guess), and nearly all I see are lavished in glitzy glam bling **** that make you a shinny target, and every 16 to 60 year old at a Airsoft game have one! Is the vast majority in Airsoft just Lemmings and #MeToo'ers?? I'm sorta with you on wanting something different than everyone else has .... to a point.Anyway, even though I like them, I wouldn't get a 1911/GLOCK/92f (yet) because you see them everywhere (same with the Colt M4 and AK variants) I like something more... unique (unless it's a bolt action, then I would go for a Remington or McMillan style stock rifle)
Although I do like how your FDE M9 with a can/suppressor/silencer,ect,ect looks.