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It's Coming

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by HarryRod, Jan 25, 2003.

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  1. HarryRod

    HarryRod Member

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    Well. I just left my local shop and orderd me a brand new CZ-75b Two tone. I cant wait. They said it should be here middle of the week.
    I do have a question. Does anyone know how durable the finishes are on these. I know the black polycoat is tough since I already have a 75bd in that but how is everything on the two tone?
     
  2. 10-Ring

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    Congrats on the new addition...don't forget to post some pics when you get it home!
     
  3. bompa

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    I have had a two tone 75b for just about a year and it is my favorite.. The polycoat guns are great also but the t/t has it for looks..The most important thing is they all are great shooters..
     
  4. PCRCCW

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    Youve been sucked into the CZ Vacuum.....ba ha ha ha ha ha :evil
    Now just be ready to buy a bigger safe for your next dozen or so and put CZUSA's # on your speed dial. Welcome to the club....check out CZForum.....
    The best CZ Forum on the net......not that Im biased or anything
    Shoot well
     
  5. Shmackey

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    Their nickel-colored finish is actually their most durable--more so than the polycoat. Very nice choice.
     
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