Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by dh1633pm, Nov 11, 2021.
CZ has discontinued the polished SS 75s and they’re bringing a premium.
My LGS had one a year or so ago for $700 and I fondled it for about 30 min before putting it back and I’ve been kicking myself ever since.
Consider this. It you pick it up and it takes you longer than 15 minutes to hand it back to the guy behind the counter just buy the damn thing.
The LGS owner almost had to pry his new in stock 97B out of his hands. Wife said "Get it," then we both chatted about some upcoming boat expenditures and passed.
CZ's are sweet!
Solid choice this is my CGW CZ75B
never missed a lick. i'm hitting about 3" to the left, might just be me, will have to put a few more through it. i've for sure got to get a magazine loader.
i think it's sad that somebody has to wait 10 days or something to get a gun, but you are going to have a ball when it gets there!
You have seen the light.
Welcome and start therapy as soon you can.
CZ-75-D Omega Convertable.
Then an irresistable urge for more came over me.
CZ-75-D PCR "Compact."
While I was waiting on my background check, I saw this one. It was cheap so I added it to the paperwork.
CZ-82 in 9X18 Mac.
One specific thing I like about them is they don't have any rails. Nothing against rails really, I just think they're ugly, and guns like these are pretty much range toys for me. Although the Compact one does carry duty from time to time when my back is behaving.
They may start to elbow out other guns and next thing you know they may take over your safe and range bag. Also, the first thing any 75-based CZ or 97 needs is a Cajun Gun Works Ultra-Lite kit. From there, you may go even further with CGW parts such as the Pro Pack. CGW parts turn excellent guns into outstanding guns.
Buddy of mine has this one and it shot nice.
I really need to find one of these great shooting pistols!
Just a piece of unsolicited advice. Don’t pick up one of these 97B’s. Don’t even look at it. And for sure, never shoot one
I have a Swiss made Sphinx AT2000S that is based on the CZ75 platform and when my son was over yesterday, we compared the Sphinx to a CZ75 that had been customized by Oschatz, the CZ75 has even less play in the slide to frame fit, the trigger pull is amazing in D/A and S/A and the guns are both in my range bag today to be tested in a side by side comparison.
My old CZ 75
Custom work on the trigger and hammer unit, the hex screw:
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