and an Atlas. “Yes, we do”! “Would you like to shoot them”? Uhm, is the Pope Catholic I said. Hell yes please and thank you.
I was privileged to shoot both guns. I have to say I shot the Atlas first and was astounded on the craftsmanship. The trigger and red dot as well as the slide were just amazing. I hit bullseyes right off. When I say bullseyes not around the bullseyes but dead center. Then I shot the Staccato with an Atlas trigger. Nice, very nice, but. Yes, I said but…the Atlas is a supremely made firearm that I will dream about owning now for the rest of my life.
I’d say that the gun of my dreams (as yet, I’ve never actually dreamed of having guns, or knives… ) is an Israeli made weapon. Israeli Weapon Industry.
I have the Masada.
They make the Jericho 941 too.
They also make AR’s, and bullpup- rifles and shotguns.
I think they still make the Uzzi (fully auto, and apparently semi), but it’s not entirely clear. It was showing on their website a couple years ago, as discontinued.
As Israel is generally up to their necks in terrorist conflicts, I’d say that makes them quite skilled in weapon manufacturing expertise.
True, but after shooting the Atlas, I want that one. Yes, Id also be ecstatic to have the Staccato. Both are out of my price range because of my better half. She would use them on me for buying either one of them.
No, but I have let her purchase something for herself that was $3500.00. We all know it is a double standard though. She wouldnt want a 5" barrel for her purse.
Know if I could get her to shoot the Atlas. That might change her mind.
Oh, man, it was like finding black gold, Texas T…Jed had it good!!!
Yes, the only time I have shot a Staccato was comparing it to a Springfield 9mm 1911. I’ll admit I liked the Staccato better, but not 3-1/2 times the price better
I was comparing 2 single-action only (SAO) hammer fire pistols. You were comparing a striker fire pivot point swing trigger to SAO slide trigger pistols - apples and oranges. If you have not, you should compare your striker fire pistols to a more economical 1911 SAO to determine how full your piggy bank needs to be.