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Old September 25, 2020, 08:53 PM   #16
sevt_chevelle
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Have both the P220 and 97, Ill take the 97 everyday and twice on Sunday. Softer shooting, smoother and more accurate. Mine visited CGW, got a 1911 bushing installed and trigger work, out shoots my Dan Wesson 1911s and other 1911s that cost WAY more money.

The only downside to the 97 is the lack of a rail. But a trip to CGW or cz custom can solve that.

Aftermarket support for CZ based guns is also way superior IMO than Sig P-series gun.

Standard mag for 97 holds 10 compared to 8 for the P220.

One could remove the firing pin block, install some Pre B parts and have a SA trigger that would make a lot of 1911s run home to mommy.

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