- Extremely low recoil
- Lack of aftermarket
The IWI Jericho is built on a reliable CZ-75 design and is made by a reputable company in IWI. These guns are a reminder that quality all-steel pistols don’t have to break the bank.
The IWI Jericho 941 FS9 uses a CZ-75 design combined with an all-steel frame to create an exceptional duty pistol that has been in use since 1990. With a compact 3.8-inch barrel and full-size 16-round grip, the FS9 is an easy-to-maneuver and easy-to-shoot gun that boasts exceptional reliability. It features a frame-mounted safety, integral Picatinny rail, double-action/single-action trigger, and a cold hammer-forged barrel.
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“The venerable CZ-75 is a classic design that still serves in many militaries around the world…and it’s a great addition to any firearm collection. Chambered in 9mm, it offers an all-metal design with DA/SA operation. And its most modern version, the CZ 75B is a solid and well-built pistol with great ergonomics and a tough, dependable reputation. For that, we can’t recommend it enough.” – Travis Pike
The Beretta M9 served as the standard sidearm of the U.S. military for over 30 years, owing to its reliability and ease of use. These are accurate handguns with strong ergonomics, and the size and weight make them easy to shoot and instill confidence in the user. Although the design is a bit dated at this point, many are still drawn in by the aesthetics, shootability, and reliability of the 92-series platform.
“This is a very accurate and precise gun that’s consistent in its ability to hit your target. Contributing to its accuracy is the fact it’s easy to control, and you’re unlikely to flinch firing it. This gun feels excellent in the handle. The front and rear texturing is a nice touch, and the grip fits just right in the hand. The magazine release and slide lock are easy to reach and engage. All in all, it’s a little dated but still a good gun.” – Travis Pike
“It is a bit heavy for those looking for an everyday carry gun, but man is it pretty darned good at everything else. Whether you are newer to the game, or a seasoned shooter, you can have a lot of fun with these guns. If you are looking for a classic hammer-fired DA/SA gun or are even mildly interested in a CZ-style gun, I highly recommend checking the Jericho out.” – Wyatt Sloan
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