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A very underrated semi auto......I like mine better than the Berretta because of safety placement and ability of being carried cocked and locked, which the Berretta can not do.

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In his comparison of the CZ-75B and the PT-92, he writes, "Both are extremely reliable with practically any JHP or ball round that will be used. " He doesn't mention anything about hollow points. The advantage there would almost certainly go to the PT-92.
 

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In his comparison of the CZ-75B and the PT-92, he writes, "Both are extremely reliable with practically any JHP or ball round that will be used. " He doesn't mention anything about hollow points. The advantage there would almost certainly go to the PT-92.
Are not JHP rounds hollow point? Otherwise a great write up on my favorite handgun.
 

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Must have focused on ball and ignored JHP. In any case, I don't believe that a Browning design can be trusted with any hollow point until a whole lot of them have been fired through it.
 

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Must have focused on ball and ignored JHP. In any case, I don't believe that a Browning design can be trusted with any hollow point until a whole lot of them have been fired through it.
I own a Tanfoglio Force P (EAA Witness). It's design is derived from the CZ75 pistol. While not all the parts are interchangeable between the two, the Tanfoglio & CZ have the same feed ramp angle shown below.



The diameter of the mouth of the hollow point determines whether or not it will feed reliably. Rounds feed into a barrel of a Taurus PT92 & Beretta 92fs almost inline, enhancing feeding reliability. Good stuff.

+1 on the frame mounted safety. The Beretta 90-series pistols I owned functioned great, but the ergonomics didn't fit me just right. I much prefer the grip ergos & frame safety on the PT92.
 
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