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How many rounds through your CZ?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by rich'sguns, Jul 2, 2003.

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  1. rich'sguns

    rich'sguns Member

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    I recently read an article in which it said the CZ75 should be able to go around 160,000 rounds. I know Chuck Taylor says he has put appx 155,000 through his Glock.
    I am wondering how many rounds people have put through their CZ75 and if there were any breakages, etc. Mine has appx 4,000 with no problems.
    Thanks and good shooting
     
  2. PCRCCW

    PCRCCW Member

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    A member of the CZForum has well over 100,000 as of last year.
    I know of others in Czech that have gone over that.....its not without parts replacement either.....parts do where out....slidestops, recoil springs..etc.
    I believe the Slide Stop was replaced at somewhere around 60-80K rnds.
    Ive got over 25-30K so far...but thats threw 10 seperate guns..........:D :rolleyes:
    Shoot well
     
  3. Kevlarman

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    About 400.

    It's a relatively new gun, and I haven't even had a chance to break it in yet!
     
  4. Shake

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    About 1K. No problems whatsoever (CZ75B military).

    Shake
     
  5. Sven

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    75B

    1.5K of 9mm.

    2K of .22 using the Kadet upper.

    1-2 failures to feed 9mm during break-in... gun was underlubed. Nothing since. .22LR is always finicky, but I rarely have failures when the Kadet is well lubed and I'm using high-powered .22 ammo.
     
  6. Jiml3

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    I've got over 4,000 thru my PCR without a failure of any kind from day one.
    Nothing but high marks!
     
  7. Marcus

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    My CZ-75B Mil. has in the neighborhood of 4000rds. through it. Mostly Win. whitebox but lots of 124gr.+P Golddots too. No problems at all. :) Marcus
     
  8. Mikul

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    I have around 20,000 through mine and had to replace the slide stop spring.
     
  9. 12 Volt Man

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    Not nearly enough. Maybe 1000 through the 97B, and approx 1400 through the P-01, and 500 through the CZ75BD. I see many thousands of rounds in their future. :D
     
  10. 556A2

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    Only about 500 so far, going to put another 200 through it next week.
     
  11. mainmech48

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    Working on 9K through a Witness CZ 75 clone. Nothing has broken and the only thing that's worn out is a recoil spring. I change 'em when they're 3-coils shorter than a new one. A new Wolff will probably go in after this weekend, as I'm taking a class that will require about 800 rounds.

    4.5K through my CZ 97B, and it just keeps getting slicker. Reliable as gravity so far.
     
  12. roscoe

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    2k of all kinds of ammo with nary a hitch
     
  13. Stealthfixr

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    About 2200 rounds since last December, some of it higher powered reloads--all without a single problem. Very accurate. A joy to shoot and the best money I've spent on a gun!
     
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