Heck it's even cheaper than far weaker .380 ammo. So I figured 'why the heck not?'.
Nobody is ever going to win a match with one of these, but that's not why I bought it. These guns are going into the "Oh Crap!" kits we keep in our cars. The gun, a couple spare mags, and two boxes of ammo will set us back less than $350 or so a piece.
You can't beat that with a stick.
Believe me both Mrs L and I own and regularly shoot 'better' guns, but we're not going to toss the Colts, Springfields, or S&W's into the trunk and just leave them there.
While not perfect, I think these things are a pretty good choice for that purpose.
Thanks for the info. As frequently as I go the range, it would pay for itself in well less than a year just from the savings on ammo.
That’s one of the reasons I settled on this C&R purchase. 9X18 is dirt cheap right now, AND it’s available....
On a C&R purchase do you still need a gun shop to receive the gun for you?
The CZ-52 is a pretty nice old handgun also that can be found for $200 or so. Shoots 7.62x25 Tokarev, which Sportsman’s Guide sells really cheap - older military ball ammo is under 10 cents a round.
Comon! this is a very accurate pistol with polygonal rifling.
Dont undersell this pistol