Sig Sauer and CZ – USA are two firearm manufacturers that have excellent reputations for making many of the finest firearms in the industry. Their guns are used across the globe by various militaries, law enforcement agencies and civilians. Personally, I own several guns made by Sig Sauer and CZ that I have found to be extremely reliable and accurate. Being that each of these companies makes several pistols, in many size and trigger action configurations, I decided to compare similar models and have a “handgun showdown.”
Both Sig Sauer and CZ – USA have long-standing loyal followers. A common question that often arises is, which company makes a better handgun? Therefore, this “Handgun Showdown” is an outlet for the viewers to weigh in about their favorite handgun choices. What is better way to get a true measure than to throw it out there to the people with a vast amount of experience with each company’s handgun models?
In this review, I feature three handguns from each company. I sized them up and briefly spoke about the features. The pistols I use from Sig Sauer are the P226, P320 and the P220. For CZ – USA, I use the 75 SP-01 , P10C and the sub-compact 2075 RAMI BD. Talk about a handgun showdown – these handgun comparisons brought out hundreds of comments from viewers who explained why their favorite handgun models were superior. A comparison review like this was exciting and educational at the same time. Firearm manufacturers can claim what they wish, but it’s the people who use their products who are the true experts.
Check out the video below and let us know your thoughts and experiences with Sig Sauer and CZ – USA handguns. Let us know which handgun you prefer and why you made that choice.
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