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IWI Jericho 941 All Steel

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I was about to get the IWI Masada which still seems great and all. It hasn't failed on any reviews. My OCD got me to thinking about if the removable "chassis" would wobble around inside the frame after several rounds and wear and tear and cause things to get out of specifications which would result in things not lining up for feeding and ejecting. So I got to thinking that I could just spend a little more money and get my dream gun the Jericho 941. So I did. She is all steel , heavy and built like a tank and should last me and my son's lifetime. It reminds me of the Ruger P-Series that were heavy and WAY OVERBUILT which is what I like. The barrel is chomoly vanadium like AR15 barrels. Very heavy compared to polymer guns but sweet. I don't know why I waited this long to get it. Frame mounted safety like a 1911 and ability to carry "cocked and locked".  Hope you guys like the pictures. I'm going to give her a bath in Ballistol in a day or two before I shoot her.

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1 hour ago, Magiccarpetrides said:

That gun should last a dozen lifetimes...definitely a good excuse for a Galco Miami Vice Shoulder Holster Rig as heavy as it is.

I was just thinking the same for carry options .

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33 minutes ago, FortheFuture said:

Heard the action is more smooth than the CZ equivalent. Beautiful fit and finish.

It's almost as smooth as the Beretta 92 which is butter smooth. I do have a CZ75 and it is a little more smoother than it.

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....was gonna say, looks like a 92 that had sex with a desert eagle and that's the off-spring. Solid looking gun. Better looking here than what I seen in the ads.

Good luck with it.

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Nice!

Sweet shooting guns.  The old school 941fb (compact slide, compact grip, 1911 safety) is one of my all time favorites
 

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I have the Compact version of it, it is the size of my G19s, but all steel. It is so soft and smooth shooting. Mine has the slide mounted safety/decocker. I love it, if my Glocks weren't just... eh, I hate to say better, but... well, better, I would own more and daily it. It is sitting next to my desk now.

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You guys are making me want the compact 9. I have the 941f, and a 941 in 45; but no 9.

Maybe I need to put some effort into remedying the lack of a 9.

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