Wow, that would be incredible if you could actually obtain one! I'd like to buy one myself someday! I wouldn't mind a Chinese Norinco Type 54; I normally don't care for Chinese copies of certain weapons, but I can make exceptions if they're Chinese copies of Russian weapons.XD
A CZ-52 would be nice too! I'm not sure if they're military surplus, but from what I've seen, they have a low price range for such a classic old European service pistol.^^
I've actually seen a Tokarev TT at a gun show a couple of years back, but I couldn't buy it because I was 20 at the time. Yeah, the Type 54 looks almost exactly as the Russian version. I'm not sure why the Chinese make copies of Russian guns anyways, but they are good guns nevertheless.
The CZ-52 looks like it would handle better than the CZ-75. I've shot the CZ-75, but I never liked how small the slide was.
It's funny because: I'm part Czech, Sicilian, and Irish, but I only really love German and Russian weapons. I love the G36k!
Very nice! Do you recall the price you saw it for? Geez, isn't that so friggin' annoying when that government red-tape stands between you and a nice new pistol!>_< You know, that really is unfair to us responsible and firearm-savvy young Americans.-_- Oh yeah, indeed, Chinese copies of Russian weapons are quite good. I'm pretty sure China makes clones of famous Russian weapons because they used to be somewhat allies (in the sense of being socialist nations during the Cold War), also China and Russia are so close, and since Russia makes some of the best weapons, it's no wonder that China would gain the rights to use Russian weapon designs. Once you think about, Chinese copies of Russian weapons do have a part in conflicts from 20th century history, particularly the Vietnam War.
Hm, I heard the CZ-52 isn't a good weapon in terms of ergonomics, and that's easy to understand given its design features; the safety/decocker for one, looks like it would be in an awkward position, and it uses that older European-style magazine release on the base of the grip, which doesn't seem as practical as the standard thumb release. I'm not sure how well a CZ-75 handles, seeing as how I've never fired one; have you thought of trying a CZ-87 in .45? I heard those have larger, thicker slides.=/ Ah, whatever, CZ makes fantastic pistols, and I guess it's all just a matter of preference.
XD Haha, yeah, German and Russian weapons are among the best! Oh, and the United States too! The G36K is a sleek little assault rifle! Now when you say you "love it," does that imply that it's your favorite assault rifle? I really can't say what my favorite assault rifle is, there's just so many great ones out there!
I'm not sure if I recall the right price, but I believe I saw it for $400. I hate the American gun laws; those laws are only there, because there are retards to go to schools and shot everyone just because someone made fun of them. Stupid Psychos. I miss the good ole days that you could own Fully Automatic Firearms without having to buy a $20,000 permit. Well, it does make sense with that being said.
Either way it would be cool to own the CZ-52. I've shot a CZ-75, and it was awesome. I just hate the small slide. Quite honestly, I would love to shoot anything no matter the gun. So, yes I would love to shoot the CZ-87. Yes, CZ makes awesome pistols.
Well, I love it because that is one of the few rifles that I've owned. But the G36K is definitely towards the top of my preferred weapons. The Steyr AUG A1 is high up there too. You're right, there is too many weapons to really have a specific favorite, but there is so many more to come!
Hm, $400 doesn't sound too bad for a nice Tokarev pistol. I assumed it came with a few other things, other than just one magazine, right?
Oh, yeah man! I totally agree with you about our country's gun laws!O__O As leniant as American gun laws are compared to other countries, they're sooo fucking annoying!!D:< Seriously man, I'm over 18 and old enough to buy rifles and shotguns, but there's all this stupid bullshit about having to have "need a driver's license," something which I inconveniently don't have!>_< Also, all these retarded waiting periods for pistols! Hah! As if a waiting period isn't going to stop a violent criminal from waiting out his devious crime. Also, all these stupid transfer taxes, and government red tape you have to go through! Even for just little things like all the paper work for just renting a handgun at a public shooting range! Ugh, I agree with you 110%, brother! I wish we lived in those days where guns of all kinds were socially-acceptable, and we didn't have the jacked up prices and background checks up the ass for Fully Automatic Firearms and Class III weapons. Although it does make sense to some extent, you really have to go out of your way for a fun Class III weapon.=/ I tell ya man, when I turn 21, it's gonna a handgun birthday for me!
Hm, I'm glad you're so enthusiastic about CZ's pistols! Not that they're notorious for being cheap or faulty guns.XD I still need to try a CZ handgun, I'd like to get CZ-52 myself just because they're inexpensive and look like alot of fun.
Ooh, the Steyr AUG A1, another good choice! The AUG was such a revolutionary rifle design, it really did set the trend for modern bullpup service rifles. Hehe, yeah, I know, there's just too many fantastic pieces out there to list as a favorite, huh?XD
Yes, it came with 3 magazines and 2 boxes of ammo.
Well, I'm glad to see that we have the same views. Truthfully, all these gun laws are pathetic and useless. Because either way, the bad guys will just get their guns on the black market or from the neighborhood gang. It's the law abiding citizens who take a hit not the people who commit crimes.
Owning a handgun will be on of the happiest times in your life! Well, seeing as your a gun fanatic like me!
CZ pistols might not be the best, but they are the best among the inexpensive guns.
Bullpups are my favorite gun type of all time, so I'm glad that the Steyr AUG did what it did.