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Classic CZ 75 added to my collection

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by hAkron, May 1, 2012.

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  1. hAkron

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    Here's my sexy '92 Pre-B
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    A few more
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  3. meanmrmustard

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    Love em, love em, love em. I'm, sadly, thinking off selling off the CZ 75 Cold War Commemorative for a Glock 20. Please talk me out of it.

    Nice pair of VZ grips, and that girl would REALLY shine.:)
     
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  4. tekarra

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    Very nice, the 75 is a great pistol. Mine are better shooters than the 75B.

    mean,
    Please say you are not serious about selling your 75 Clod War for a Glock.
     
  5. meanmrmustard

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    But I can't help it!!! That the only Glock I'd own!

    On another note, why is your pre B more accurate? That a challenge :)!!!!
     
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    wow, very nice
     
  7. hAkron

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    By the way, that was 'a few more' pictures of the same gun. I don't have 3 of them...yet
     
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    Ha!...yet. They are addictive, this is certain. But, accuracy and reliability out of what I believe to be the perfect battle/range/defense pistol will do that to some folks.
     
  9. hAkron

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    Glocks are a dime a dozen. Keep your Cold War Era CZ and save a few bucks then buy your Glock and have the best of both worlds!

    I have a set of VZ 'frag' grips on my 75B stainless and you are right, they're excellent!
     
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    Glocks are a dime a dozen. That Cold War CZ75 isn't. Sure, make the trade and spend the rest of your life telling us how you regretted it. Get a Glock but don't sell the CZ.
     
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    Agreed! I have 3 other CZ handguns, 75D PCR, a 75B stainless, and an 82 in 9x18 Makarov. I also have a CZ 915 12 ga semi auto shotgun, and in the CZ clone part of the gun safe, I have a Springfield P9 Tanfoglio import in .40 S&W...That's just my only Pre-B.
     
  12. meanmrmustard

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    Urg. Okay, I'll keep it. Thanks for talking me off the ledge.
     
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    Here is a picture of the whole CZ family (and their Springfield Armory P9 clone cousin)


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    Purely sexy.
     
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    Trust me on this one, you're making the right choice.

    I had a Glock 22 and didn't like it, they just don't fit the hand well for me. The CZ75 on the other hand is a nice hefty gun that fits almost every hand comfortably.

    Either will do you well as a sidearm but try finding a catastrophic failure of a CZ75 reported online. I tried and was not successful.
     
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    I know, iknow. It was a silly thought. But there's always the Witness or Sarsilmaz in 10mm, they are cheaper.

    hAkron, you shoot it yet?
     
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    Haven't shot it yet, sometime this week though.
     
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    The slape of the slide on the earlier CZ75s (like the OP's) is so much nicer than the blocky new ones.
     
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    Ever time I see "classic" or "original" Cz 75 and it turns out to be a Pre-B instead of a short-rail, my heart sinks.
     
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    Sarsilmaz makes a 10mm too?
     
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    I prefer the looks of the older, rounded trigger guards over the squared-off ones (like my Model 85B has).
     
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    Sho Nuff.

    I dont care for the rounded trigger guard. I like having the newer guard as I have a place to rest my weak hands index finger.
     
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    nice pr-b 75. i would rather have a pr-b cz75 than a cold war edition cz....not so fond of havin a star/hammer and sickel engraved on a cz.
     
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    You'd be hard pressed to find one even if you DID like it.

    Which I do, as many simpler folk don't get the irony. Some of us do, and that makes it worthwhile to me and 998 other owners. You'll understand someday.

    Don't be too jealous. :rolleyes: But this isn't about my BA pistol, it's about the OPs new addition.
     
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