The Sig P238 is an excellent choice if you're looking for a small carry gun in .380 ACP. Krystal explains why she carries this one and Mark explains why he does not. The rest of the panel shares their glowing thoughts as well.
VZ grips are being used by more and more handgun manufacturers. They know that the addition of a VZ grip is a mark of quality and showcases the pride that they have taken in the manufacture of their product. VZ makes serious grips for serious shooters. If you are unfamiliar with them you need to come in to Arnzen Arms and see what they are all about.
The trigger pull starts out a little gritty and the disassembly/reassembly process is a little tricky. But the disassembly and reassembly gets better with practice and the trigger smooths out with use. Add to that excellent ergonomics and great accuracy and I give this pistol a thumbs up.
Whether you are looking for protection from two legged miscreants or the four legged predators that inhabit the woods and mountains of most of the U.S., the Wiley Clapp GP100 provides the power and accuracy to solve your protection problem.
The panel has mixed reviews on the XDM 5.25. It is a good choice for entry into competition shooting, but limited after-market upgrades make it unlikely to be used throughout a shooters competitive career.
"At Arnzen Arms we know CZs"--Kate Arnzen owner and CZ proponent. As the part owner of Arnzen Arms Kate can procure, carry and compete with just about any pistol she so desires. Kate's shot most of the handguns we stock and her choice for personal defense and competition is CZ.
"At Arnzen Arms, We Know CZs"--Kate Arnzen, Shop Owner and Rabid CZ Fanatic. Arnzen Arms carries the largest inventory of CZ pistols I have ever seen. Whether you're looking for an entry level CZ or a full custom shop creation Arnzen either has it or can get it for you. Discerning competitive shooters frequent the shop looking to procure a pistol that will give them an advantage and they generally leave with a CZ.