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Cambo 01-29-2012 16:03

Thinking of selling off some Glocks - CZ SP01 or BHP?
 
I have found the reason why I sometimes have thumb pain after shooting my Glocks - they don't fit my hand like my CZs. I am trying to decide between an SP01 or a Browning Hi Power. I have 15 round magazines that will work in the CZ(a NJ thing), but my first gun was a Hi Power and I would like to replace it. Thoughts?

bac1023 01-29-2012 16:20

The CZ is a great pistol, but the BHP is a true classic.

Its also my favorite 9mm. :cool:


http://i473.photobucket.com/albums/r...1023/008-4.jpg

http://i473.photobucket.com/albums/r...1023/010-2.jpg

joecoastie 01-29-2012 16:23

Sounds like you already have some CZs, so why not add a BHP?

Breadman03 01-29-2012 16:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by bac1023 (Post 18504314)
The CZ is a great pistol, but the BHP is a true classic.

Its also my favorite 9mm. :cool:


http://i473.photobucket.com/albums/r...1023/008-4.jpg

http://i473.photobucket.com/albums/r...1023/010-2.jpg

I have always thought the BHP looked nice, but that is stunning!

Nestor 01-29-2012 17:11

I owned both pistols. Both are good, but IMO CZ is better design. Personal preference mostly. If You are going to go with BHP prepare yourself to spend more at the counter and even more to make it shoot like CZ. Ergonomics are very nice on both of those pistols.

Aceman 01-29-2012 17:17

I hate Bac. But I love his guns. (and the lady who cleans his carpets...please tell me she is blonde, hot, and wears stockings and a short skirt while she cleans!)

CZ is fantastic - but compared to an awesome Browning? Seriously - no contest:

http://i125.photobucket.com/albums/p...ns/RobarHP.gif

Golddog 01-29-2012 17:31

Mess with a BHP before you buy. The safety is small, flat, and not as easy to click off as a CZ safety. And I find CZ's much more comfortable in my hand - I had to place my trigger finger awkwardly on my BHP. (I have fairly long fingers, so maybe BHP's fit others better.

rgregoryb 01-29-2012 18:37

BHP all the way, the slide inside the frame CZ design is hard to grasp with sweaty hands, the BHP is a classic.............

http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/m...b/DSCF0130.jpg

stmcelroy 01-29-2012 19:27

Always wanted a BHP and am so glad to finally have picked one up for a good deal($500 OTD), of course my wife decided she liked it more and it now sits in her night stand.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...s/IMG_8373.jpg

Myke_Hart 01-29-2012 19:36

I like the SP01 better. It holds more ammo 18+1, has better ergonomics, is double and single action, and comes standard with night sights.

The magazine disconnect on the BHP is a bummer. It can be disabled but I like my guns able to fire without a magazine out of the box.

I do love the High Power, but I love my SP01 way more!

My SP01
http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/l...s/IMG_5651.jpg
http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/l...s/IMG_5657.jpg
Add options
http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/l...s/IMG_5730.jpg

The BHP or FNHP is a classic.
My high power
http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/l...s/IMG_5344.jpg
http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/l...IMG_5345-a.jpg

Both can be purchased in 40 S&W as well.:whistling:

High Altitude 01-29-2012 19:44

I like both, but if I had to only chose one, it would be the SP-01.

Cambo 01-29-2012 20:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by bac1023 (Post 18504314)
The CZ is a great pistol, but the BHP is a true classic.

Its also my favorite 9mm. :cool:


http://i473.photobucket.com/albums/r...1023/008-4.jpg

http://i473.photobucket.com/albums/r...1023/010-2.jpg

Dammit Bac, I knew that picture was coming!:supergrin:

bac1023 01-29-2012 20:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by Breadman03 (Post 18504357)
I have always thought the BHP looked nice, but that is stunning!

Thanks!

glock2740 01-29-2012 20:17

I want a CZ-75 and wouldn't mind having a BHP, but I want it done up by Terry Tussey like this one...hardchromed with a chopped barrel. :)


http://i914.photobucket.com/albums/ac341/OU1911/05.jpg

bac1023 01-29-2012 20:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by Aceman (Post 18504548)
I hate Bac. But I love his guns. (and the lady who cleans his carpets...please tell me she is blonde, hot, and wears stockings and a short skirt while she cleans!)

:rofl:

bac1023 01-29-2012 20:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cambo (Post 18505464)
Dammit Bac, I knew that picture was coming!:supergrin:

:tongueout:

rotjovi 01-29-2012 20:33

Looking at buying some Glocks. What ya selling off??


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Cletus 01-29-2012 22:09

Picked this up today from a member on a local board.
It's got a Ghost Inc CZ Customs trigger job by Angus Hobdell, over travel adjustment trigger, Meprolight night sights, VZ G-10 black desert sand grips, and a few other extras. Trigger pull in DAO and SA are ridiculously smooth and light. Feels amazing in your hand.
http://img94.imageshack.us/img94/9791/dsc0001sgr.jpg

Paul7 01-29-2012 22:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by Golddog (Post 18504644)
Mess with a BHP before you buy. The safety is small, flat, and not as easy to click off as a CZ safety. And I find CZ's much more comfortable in my hand - I had to place my trigger finger awkwardly on my BHP. (I have fairly long fingers, so maybe BHP's fit others better.

You must have one of the old BHPs with the tiny safety.

I bought an Israeli surplus BHP for $385, put Hogue grips on it. I like it so much I sold my CZ.

Lior 01-30-2012 01:25

Three things to dislike about stock BHPs:
1. Triggering - you have to guess when the trigger resets, even after eliminating that dang mag safety.
2. Iron sights are not so easy to acquire quickly.
3. Safety is not so large.
Some people are more sensitive to hammer bite than others.

Things not to like about CZ75s in general:
1. Not much slide real estate for racking.
2. A tad heavy for what they do.

That said, I feel that the CZ75 is a more modern platform that has been amenable to customization in lots of directions. Either would make an excellent gun that will save your hide with extreme prejudice if required.

That said, I have never owned a BHP and still own two of the three CZ75s that I have bought. A P07 Duty replaced my G19, and a SP01 Phantom replaced my G17 for EDC purpose, respectively.

Cambo 01-30-2012 06:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by joecoastie (Post 18504323)
Sounds like you already have some CZs, so why not add a BHP?

I think you nailed it. I have my 3rd CZ on the way, a CZ 75B Single Action, and since I won't be able to benefit from the SP01's 18 round mags until I move to Texas next year, I think I'll go with the Hi Power. Thanks to everyone for the great replies.

Cambo 01-30-2012 06:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by rotjovi (Post 18505608)
Looking at buying some Glocks. What ya selling off??


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Since I am in NJ(with 10 round mags for full size 9mm Glocks), the first ones to go might be the 17C, 17L and 34. I think I will be keeping the 19 and 24.

nsl 01-30-2012 09:23

I've got a Glock 19, and a CZ SP01. I've thought of selling the CZ because I rarely shoot either one, they both shoot about the same in my hands, Glocks have more avalible for them, and I could get more $$$ for the CZ.

nuclear g17 01-30-2012 10:16

Check on gunbroker. A seller has used Belgium BHP for around $400-$450. I would go for a BHP or CZ75.

sulaco 01-30-2012 10:56

Save a little and buy a SIG. Thank me later. ;)


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