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CZ75B Owners Sound Off

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Tom B, Apr 4, 2003.

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  1. Tom B

    Tom B Member

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    What 9mms or 40cals do you own presently or have you owned in the past that are more accurate than your Cz75s? I have only one BHP presently that is more accurate. In the past I have had a couple of Sigs and a BHP 40cal that could make that claim. How about you?
     
  2. GLOCKT

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    CZ for me

    The CZ75B .40sw is it for me.
    The other 4 pistols I own are of polymer frames,so the 2 categories don't even compare.
    Even though I like the accuracy of my Walther P99 over the 3 other polymer Glocks I own.In that order of accuracy.
     
  3. DMK

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    Aside from my customized Sistema (45ACP) and my 22LRs, my 9mm CZ-75B is my most accurate pistol so far. However, ergonomics and low recoil of the 9mm may have a lot to do with that.
     
  4. PCRCCW

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    Im proud of this one.....

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    Shoot well
     
  5. 12 Volt Man

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    My CZ75BD is rivalled in accuracy only by my CZ97B. Great pistols!
     
  6. trooper

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    I don't currently OWN a CZ-75 (we have a mandatory 1-year waiting period even for obtaining a gun permit)...

    But when I joined our local shooting club the first club-owned gun I borrowed for training happened to be the CZ-75.

    I took it up and thought, "gee, this thing fits me well; pity it's so old, dirty and abused..."

    When I went to the range I was surprised to learn that this old, dirty, abused POS made me shoot considerably tighter groups than with my SIG P 225 duty weapon.

    It certainly is on my list for next year...

    However, I still have to check out those 1911's my club has stored somewhere.


    Regards,

    Trooper
     
  7. Sven

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    I have a P01 does that count? Technically it is a 75B.

    Chris
     
  9. Pilot

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    I have a CZ-75B Mil in which I replaced the "ergonomic" plastic grips with CZ rugger grip panels which are great. Also have a CZ-75 PCR, .22 Kadet Kit and a 97B. The Kadet Kit gets used on both the 75B and PCR. THe 97B is just an incredible .45. If I had to pick one line of guns to stay with it would be CZ.
     
  10. SDC

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    I've got a 75B in .40, and a Glock 22; accuracy-wise, I'd say they're equal. The only thing that bothers me about my CZ is trying to find a decent holster and mag pouches to go with it, so I can use it more often.
     
  11. CZF

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    No longer with a 75B. Another vote for the excellent P-01!
     

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    Cz-75B is my best shooting gun by far.
     
  13. Justin

    Justin Moderator Staff Member

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    Just out of curiosity, what does a set of Hakan grips cost?
     
  14. CZ 75 BD

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    In natural birch, $60.00 delivered was quoted last year.
     
  15. agony

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    The only other 9mm that I shoot more accurately than my CZ75B is a SIG P226.
     
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    My other 9's are Glocks, and they don't hold a candle to the CZz's accuracy-wise. Moreover, the CZ's are a lot easier for me to shoot accurately. My SIGs in 357 SIG and Kimber target .45 are as abt as good in the CZ's in their respective calibers.
     
  17. Beav

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    another P01 owner here. Been a great gun so far but I need to shoot it more.
     
  18. Hamonrye

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    My CZ40. I had to do it. Thinking of a CZ75 for next purchase.[​IMG]
     
  19. JohnBT

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    I've had a Mil model for a few years. Good gun, no problems at all.

    I like it better than my BHP some days and some days I don't. Depends.

    JT
     
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    CZ IPSC Standard in 40S&W. I've owned three others, a standard full size 40, full size 9mm and a 9mm compact. All were great guns and all were sold to friends that were impressed enough to buy them. The IPSC I sold via the internet. Very nice gun, perfectly nice as a matter of fact. Just I liked the EAA enough to sell the CZ. The IPSC had the best out of the box trigger I've ever tried and I've played with Wilsons, Baers, RRAs. $3,000 race guns don't count though. :p

    I also like the single action EAAs and have a Silver Team that I love very much. I really need to get a CZ75B SA in 9mm soon. Everyone around here has them in 40 and I just hate to order stuff. I especially liked that SA/PCR combo PCRCCW built. :p

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  21. Hakan

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    Never owned them but I've shot some others like Para Ord. Jericho,Tanfoglio,Beretta and Glock...they all made me appreciate my own CZ75B much more.Tanfoglio is the one came closest to it.

    My beloved CZ75B in ToTone:)

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  22. Marko Kloos

    Marko Kloos Moderator Emeritus

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    I have a 75BD and a 75 Compact PCR. Both are very accurate and 100% reliable. The PCR in particular is an outstanding carry gun.

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  23. Kevlarman

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    I just got my CZ75BD about a month ago, and WOW! I thought my Glock 30 was accurate!
     
  24. DerRottweiler

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    I picked up mine last Saturday but won't be able to shoot it until this Sunday.
    I did clean and lube it up good and have been doing a lot of Dry Firing it using the CZ supplied Snap Caps!
     
  25. mons meg

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    The test target that came with my 9mm 75B has a 2.5 inch diameter group from the factory...so I'm not complaining (especially since I can't do anything close to that).

    On the other hand, the only .40 I have is my Steyr M, and ppl often remark about how the bullets go exactly where they were pointed. No scientific ransom rest test to back that up, however.
     
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