Now here comes a whole bunch of “stuff” out of my head and into this post – I would like to take this moment to remind EVERYONE that I am NOT responsible for any emotional damage if you continue reading – LMAO!!
First things First – this pistol was one the first SAR B6P’s available for retail – they had quite an issue with the pistols shooting low initially – it is my understanding SAR addressed this with production changes – either higher rear sights or lower front sights or some combination of both . . . Really threw me one Hell of a curve until I remembered the issue – thought I was losing my mind – Yeah – I know – small loss according to my Blushing Bride . . .
How “IT” was done – started with 2 mags for each one – loaded with 15 rounds for the first pair – 10 rounds for the second pair – loaded both then fired 5 rounds from the CZ – Then 5 from the SAR – and on that way until until both mags were empty – then did the mags with 10 rounds . . .
Danger Will Robinson! – random Bruce thoughts ahead !!
Love the thumb “shelf” grips on the CZ – going back and forth the CZ leaves the impression of being a smidge too wide and the SAR is just a smidge too narrow – but both are very shootable – until you get down to the last 2 or 3 rounds in the mag there is not any noticeable difference in muzzle flip – the recoil impulse on the CZ is a litlle sharper – But Bruce the CZ weighs more – how is that possible?? – the Sar frame flexes under the recoil impulse, the same as a Glock or any other polymer pistol – which helps to soften the recoil impulse – the trigger on the CZ feels better – the wider beavertail on the SAR feels better – with proper grip and practice the muzzle rise on the SAR increasing as the mag empties and the weight drops is not really an issue . . .
This could go on for a considerable length of time – so let’s fast forward . . .
If you are a “CZ Fan Boi” you may want to go get your big boy pants on – just saying – CZ makes an incredible product – and if you’re going to RUN one in competition – if you are going to burn through thousands and thousands and thousands of rounds – then Hell Yes – spend the money and buy that CZ75B – Everybody should own at least one premium firearm!! . . .
If you are an “average” shooter ( if such a person exists! ) and you go to the range an average of 3.7465 times per year and shoot an average of 21.384647 rounds per trip – and you are not enamored with a CZ75B – then buy 2 SAR B6P’s for the same money . . .
Virtually any holster that fits the CZ75B will fit the SAR B6P – mags are readily available HERE and several other outlets as well – and are cheaper than CZ mags!
Bottom Line? SARSILMAZ B6P – Reliable – accurate – points good – feels good – I trust it enough to carry it on occasion – just that simple . . .
You remember from way back in part one I said the actions were different?? With the SAR or the CZ when the hammer is back and the slide is forward you can engage the safety – the slide on the CZ is locked but the slide on the SAR can be racked – so . . . the SAR can have the slide locked to the rear – safety on – then a loaded mag put in and slide drooped – pistol loaded and hammer back and safety engaged the entire time – with the CZ you must re-engage the safety after charging the pistol . . .
And speaking of SAR products . . .
Should I pick one up or not?? -The Pistol!! – not the young lady – you bunch of perverts! – They are showing up in stock and for 329 bucks they look pretty good – let me know in the comments what YOU think – I know – I apologize for asking for some of that thinking shit from all y’all this late in the week – LOL!
Have Fun! – Run the Gun! – and remember – Fish Heads are Cheap!!