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I am an old school guy beginning with my first handgun purchase in 1969 with a Ruger Super Single-Six which I still use regularly and still have the box and papers (the original grips are in the safe). As I said, I'm old.

Being old, I grew up with revolvers, particularly S&Ws and old model Rugers (pre-transfer bars), and the CZs were the first automatics that I owned that gave me satisfaction in shooting (along with Makarovs).

I still carry CZs with the occasional backup S&W Bodyguard from 1966 in my outer coat pocket and for yard work an old Mak of some flavor. Old habits die hard.
 

 
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I’m with you brother. My grandfather saw to it that we knew about guns and gun safety at an early age. When polymer firearms came on the scene I resisted. My firearms had to be walnut stocked and blued metal. I didn’t own an AR or Glock for many years. After a little time in Uncle Sam’s Boy Scouts, I had to have one. I still favor my Sigs over my Glocks. 

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