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    EAA Witness

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    I have an opportunity to pick one up. It feels good in the hand....
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    One of our local gundealers, who recently retired , told me that he had sold more Witnesses than any other gun; believe me the man had sold a lot of guns. He also said that it was the only gun that no one returned or complained about. He also said that lots of the guys "in the mountains" bought them, and they were "real particular." I have two (9mm & .45) and will not give them up!
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    My first gun and always reliable. Carry it more than any other I have.

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    If they are half the gun they are clones of (CZ75) they're going to be a great gun.

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    They do feel good and they are as solid as a rock.

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    I have the Witness in .45 .. and love this gun .. smooth and joy to shoot unlike some .45s .. so I would imagine the 9mm is gonna be just as nice

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    This is a P series which I assume stands for Polymer. It holds 18 in the mag and one in the pipe. It is in really good condition and says Tanfoglio Italy on the underside of the grip.

    It says Made in Italy on the slide and EAA, Cocoa Florida on the grip.

    Hmmmm Decisions, decisions....
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    I had a EAA Witness P Carry in 45acp, man I wish I still had it.
    It was my first carry gun, it felt so good in the hand, It was like it was made for me.
    EAA witness is a great pistol, you won't regret it.
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    I have a Witness Compact Polymer in .40 S&W. They are very nice guns and also have a plus. You can buy conversion kits for the frame and change them out to other calibers instead of having to pay for an entire other gun. It can make it a lot cheaper to change caliber types if you happen to run short of ammo of one type or another.
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    In 9mm or .40 buy the real deal CZ. In other calibers that CZ doesn't offer..
    consider the Tanfoglio.

    I'd NOT buy a 10mm with the new style slide. >38 Super might be OK.

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    I carry one in .40 and have nothing but good things to say about it.

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    I shot and handled a the 9mm witness model. Nice trigger, lots of rounds and I love the ergonomics of it.
    It was a little on the heavy side and a bit bulky, can be carried easy enough but it is bulky..
    I didn't like the slide inside the frame design, was annoying racking the slide, just felt like there was not much room to grasp.
    But for the price and reliability, they make good guns.
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    They appear to be nice guns, but I would go with the original CZ
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    I have the Witness 45 ($250 slightly used)and smaller frame RIA/Tanfoglio 9mm (MAP1)($325 new). Both have been reliable and as accurate as any 45 or 9mm I own. Little heavier and bigger in grip than I like for CC though. Considering they're CZ clones, I'd love to try the real thing one day.

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