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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by skynyrd1911, Jan 30, 2004.

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  1. skynyrd1911

    skynyrd1911 Member

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    Has anybody out there shot or handled a CZ75B SA . (single action)??????


    Thanks in advance,
    skynyrd1911
     
  2. PCRCCW

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    Well...the saying would be "hell yes"! :D

    What do you want to know? Its the same basic frame as the 75B except the beavertail is more upswept from the factory, which I LOVE! The 9mm SA has the heavier slide with full length rails on the slide, ala the 40 75B.
    Its got a pretty decent trigger but can be made to melt in your hands with a bit of work....
    The safeties are the CZ IPSC/Witness Comp. style and are much "speed friendly" than the OEM CZ safety lever......much better if your a 1911 guy.
    They are one of the most accurate CZ's made.....rivaling the beloved 97B for the accuracy king of CZ'dom.
    Ive had 2 and this was my last one.......a Custom I built and would shoot with damn near any gun out there.......stock or otherwise.

    My biggest beef is the plastic triggers CZ puts on them.....you can get an alloy trigger from CZUSA that is takeup / overtravel adjustable.....this gun had one installed with a 3# trigger that broke like glass...........

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    Shoot well..........
     
  3. CZF

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    A CZ-USA inspired pistol intended to deliver match grade accuracy at economy price.

    Believe it or not. In HANDGUNS testing..the 9mm 75SA outshot a new production model SIG P210!

    Here is a pic of my customized 75SA in .40. caliber.
     

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    PCRCCW,

    Would You know how much CZUSA charges for installation of the alloy trigger?
    Would it be better to send just the reciever or the whole pistol?
    I too have been interested in the CZ line for some time, just not crazy about the SA's plastic trigger as I understand they sometimes break.
    Thanks! :D
     
  5. Kestrel

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    I've thought about the SA, myself. What is the difference in the SA, vs. just carrying the standard CZ-75B cocked-and-locked?

    Steve
     
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    Just curious if anyone knows if the cz 85 combat comes with the heavier slide with full length rails like the cz 75 .40s&w?
     
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    I would think so as all a 85 is just a ambidextrex 75.
     
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    CZ75B SA
    Who's got them at the best deal?
     
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  10. PCRCCW

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    Well, I know youre better off sending the entire gun to CZUSA. The FPB in the slide is part of " a properly done trigger job"........I dont know the cost of the trigger installed. But if you mention the CZForum when you call they are likely to give you a slightly better deal.

    Shoot well...........
     
  11. JimJD

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    Ok, thanks for the info PCRCCW! :D
     
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