CZ 75 Tactical Sport any more accurate than SP-01?

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  1. hags

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    NICE!
     
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    hey, i'm just here to have fun. :)
     
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    Now, now guys!... We just got to the point where BurningSquirrels had calmed down a bit!...

    BTW: Good one about the 'pasta and meatball grease'...
     
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    calmed down from what? :what:
     
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    Just 'funnin ya' BS...
     
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    see!? i told you i was calm!!
     
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    I was thinking it had more to do with the bottle or two of Chianti for lunch, and then the grappa shots for desert.
     
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    or maybe all of it thrown into one.

    or maybe it was the maggot casu marzu cheese.

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    I wanted to ask additional questions to the OPs about CZ SP 01 vs CZ 75 Tactial Sport vs EAA Witness Elite

    if considering the .40 caliber

    1)
    am i correct that SP 01 does not come in .40 ?
    (but eaa and CZ 75 TS do)

    2) CZ 75- SP 01 out of the box is not SA trigger ?
    (but can be fitted with aftermarket parts and work with SA
    trigger)

    3) the CZ Kadet .22 LR kit will not fit CZ 75 TS
    but will fit CZ 75 SP 01

    4) CZ 75 TS and EAA Witness match cannot have
    scope mount (without drilling), but CZ 75 SP 01
    can because it has rail ?

    5) CZ 75 SP 01 for 500 $ is 'good' deal
    EAA Witness Match for 500 is 'Ok' deal
    CZ 75 TS for 800 is 'ok' deal

    6) EAA Witness Match and CZ 75 TS have 'match' barrels ?
    (I assume it means that they are from harder steel that will
    keep accuracy the same for longer) ?
     
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    1) NOt sure. DIdn't use to.

    2) Yeah, ghostholster.com has most of those parts. SA trigger and competition hammer are popular.

    3) The Kadet kit does fit the SP01.

    4) SP01 has a light rail. Not really a scope mount though it has been done.

    5) That's somewhat subjective. The Match is arguably the best deal of the bunch. You should put an extra $35 on the Match's price to compensate only coming with one mag.

    6) Match doesn't mean anything specific really, and most certainly not harder steel. It should mean tighter tolerance and more precision. Maybe some hand fitting of parts. Adjustable target sights, nicer trigger etc. etc.
     
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    +1 on the maggot-cheese. That stuff is notorious for causing causting issues.
     
  12. hags

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    1) Not yet.

    2) Sure, if you wanna spend the money and waste the time. Just get a EAA Witness Elite Match and be done with it.

    3) As far as I know

    4) The Witness Elite Limited comes drilled and tapped for optics.

    5) The EAA Witness Elite Match is by far the "best bang for the buck" bar none.

    6) Alot more time and attention is spent on the Witness Elite line of pistols than comparably priced pistols.

    Comparing the EAA Witness Elite Match and the Tactical Sport is a bit unfair. The Elite Match will shoot as accurate and has adjustable sights. The T/S will set you back about $1000 and the Elite Match will cost you about $550 or so.
     
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