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CZ75B SA - any experiences?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by txgolfer45, Apr 8, 2007.

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  1. txgolfer45

    txgolfer45 Member

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    Seems like this would be ideal for a range gun. Any experiences with it? I haven't been able to find one yet. Are they still available?

    Scott
     
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    Yes they are still available. I've had one for a couple years. I won ESP division at the IDPA match yesterday with it.
     
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    VERY nice guns. I have a CZ-75BD that I should have gotten in the SA form instead. NICE slick trigger.
     
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    The 75B SA was my first (and only, so far :() gun. It's easy to maintain, shoots where I point it, and eats all the ammo I've given it without complaining (~5k).

    I got it at a show for a hair over $400 and it's been worth every cent.
     
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    Another feature to note: the SA version is one of the few semi-autos on the market that allows a person with small hands to actually reach the trigger comfortably.
     
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    double post...sorry
     
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    I've got one. I really don't like DA/SA autos, so I opted for the SA. The trigger is nice and smooth, but a little long. The accuracy was great. I have enjoyed the handgun.

    Now, I'm thinking about the Armalite. I like the round trigger guard and the forged frame and slide. I'm not crazy about the DA/SA, nor the fact that it won't handle the CZ mags. The later will probably keep me from getting it.
     
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