Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Tex4426, Mar 18, 2012.
I don't think the trigger reach is any different between the standard CZ-75B and the SP-01. It seems to be the same between the PCR and the P-01, at least for me.
I would hazard a guess that you're not planning on carrying concealed? If so, you might need the excellent IWB rig from High Noon, the Down Under, which lets my SP-01 Phantom disappear under a t-shirt.
I shoot the 9mm 75B da/sa pistol, and my son shoots a 9mm SPO1 Shadow.
The SPO1 has a higher grip/upswept beavertail that makes follow-on shots faster.(The "stainless 75B also has this same beavertail)
The SPO1 has more weight along the barrel that reduces muzzle flip and felt recoil.
The SPO1 mags are 18rd mags (holds 19 rds), and also accepts 75B mags and vice-versa. Very nice feature if you own both guns.
Trigger reach is identical. Several slightly different trigger shape options are available.
The 75B is a little lighter, so some find target transitioning is a little faster with the lighter weight.
Versions of the SPO1 are one of the most popular IPSC competition pistols in Europe and other countries overseas.
The bottom line as I see it is the SPO1 is easier to shoot accuately and holds more ammo.
Notice, too, that there are several different versions of the SP-01, some with a polymer frame, some with decockers, some in steel, etc. There's more than one SP-01.
Check out the CZ Custom shop before you buy anything -- they're trigger/action work is highly regarded. www.czcustom.com
Some even say the CZ 75 is as reliable as the Sig 226.
Separate names with a comma.