CZ also, at least with the metal framed guns, has magazine compatibility among models of the same caliber. Their full size mags will fit any of the compact or subcompact models.If I were to start over again, I might go with CZs due to them being generally less expensive and CZ being more willing to innovate/improve their SA/DA metal framed guns and not drop them (e.g., P227) when they run into the least little hiccup.
Why the shot shells in the photo?You guys realize that video is from 2016, right? And this guy really games his so-called "torture tests," which have little to do with how most of us carry or use our pistols.
And if the Rex Zero 1 was so good and stood the test of time (well, only five years), what happened to it?
I'll stick to my Legions. The SIG P-226, old or new, are well proven. The Rex Zero, not so much, and certainly nothing proven by MAC Channel dude, whose videos I can't stand watching anymore.
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I wouldn't call Mac a Sig hater at all. He bought 3 or 4 of the P365's with his own money to test them out, and kept them all. He doesn't bash Sig, or any maker but will point out when his samples break or just don't work as intended.Holy 5 yr. old vid batman!
MAC is a known SIG-hater channel. After his d-baggery with the SVD imports, I wouldn't put it past him to limp-wrist or otherwise sabotage to get the results he's looking for in these tests.
I wouldn't trust this guy further than I could throw him.
They started slacking on QC and using MIM parts when Ron Cohen took the helm. They are not the same as they use to be.Pretty much the same design and materials. I don't think whether a 226 was manufactured/assembled in the 80s vs today would make much difference.
Why not? They were out and added some color...Why the shot shells in the photo?
Name me any production handgun manufacturers that don't use any MIM parts. And there's nothing wrong with MIM these days. No, SIG is not the same as they used to be. They've evolved. They're still reliable and accurate pistols. I've been shooting them, issued them, and had 'em out for hard use in the real world for a long time. Own a couple, too...They started slacking on QC and using MIM parts when Ron Cohen took the helm. They are not the same as they use to be.