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New CZ 75B Stainless

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ecureed, Mar 30, 2007.

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  1. ecureed

    ecureed Member

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    Just picked up my new pistol today. This is my first CZ and I'm really impressed with the looks of this gun, very sexy IMO! Won't get to shoot it until Sunday but I'll try to post a range report and some better pics...In the meantime take a look at some of the pics I snapped off tonight.

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  2. dleong

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    A sharp-looking piece of machinery, it is! Congrats!
     
  3. ARTiger

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    Very nice! Congratulations. Let us know how it shoots.
     
  4. GunNut

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    Stainless or Hard Chromed? I wasn't aware of CZ producing stainless cz75b's.

    Beautiful gun regardless.

    Steve
     
  5. Golddog

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    It's factory stainless. CZ has been producing them for a couple of years. Almost all are the pictured matte stainless; a very few came in high polish stainless. I have one of each.
     
  6. schmeky

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    ecureed,

    Just wait till you shoot it, yow-za! I have poly-coat Pre-B that is outstanding, I think the stainless and nickeled 75's are simply works of art.

    You ain't never gonna' be same after your range session ;)
     
  7. ecureed

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    I'm counting the hours until I head down to my dad's farm tomorrow...we're gonna take a quick trip over to the gun show in Goldsboro NC then back to his place to break in the CZ! can't wait

    also, this is the Stainless Steel version of the 75b not a hard chromed. I ordered mine through Wild Indian Gun Company a local shop in Goldsboro that I highly recommend.
     
  8. CZF

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    Once people catch onto the fact that these are Stainless Steel guns, they will become more popular.

    I have a 75B SS coming from CZ-USA any day now. Only wish that they had
    actual stainless or even nickle plated CZ factory (mec-gar) mags on the market.

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  9. v35

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    Beautiful... May I ask: How much $$

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  10. Dobe

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    Are the triggers stainless steel too?
     
  11. lanceman193

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    Very nice.I must get one soon.I love my CZ 75B.The way the slide fits inside the frame reminds me of an old Sig P210 I once had.The scairy thing is it shoots about as good as the Sig did.This is the most pistol for the money available today,brand new.Anybody who hasn't paid any attention to them,do yourself a favor and check out a CZ 75B.You will not regret having done so.
     
  12. CraCZ

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    Ditto to what Lanceman says but beware they are highly addictive. In regards to the triggers I know my 87 pre b is hard chromed but I think the newer ones are too.
     
  13. schmeky

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    I am more frequently seeing CZ's compared to Sig's. I own both, a 226 and a 75.

    The CZ is AS MUCH gun for less money.
     
  14. CypherNinja

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    HAHA!!! Another one joins the fold. :D
     
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    Very nice pistol!
     
  17. ecureed

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    AHH...LOVE!!!

    finally got to shoot the CZ yesterday! My first 3 shot group from 15 yards was about 3", all 3 shots were fired SA. In total I fired exactly 100 rounds of 115 gr. WWB. The pistol had zero malfunctions and was a PLEASURE to shoot. My groups tightened noticably as I progressed through the 100 rounds and learned the trigger. I'm new to handguns so take this for what it's worth but the trigger felt smooth as glass to me. In fact the DA pull felt as smooth (maybe longer) than that of my Taurus 85 snubbie which has a great trigger. The recoil was very manageable as well. All in all I am extremely pleased with my purchase and as others suggested I might be....I am already addicted! I think my plans for a Walther P99 as my next purchase my be going out the door....I'm now drooling over a P-01. I will try to get better pics posted soon so I can show off this beauty a little better.

    Also, someone asked how much I paid--$499.99 + tax was $535 OTD
     
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    They're nice. I've had my BD for a couple years now. I think the polished SS version is really cool and wouldn't mind having one.

    Hey, on a side note, you can lighten the trigger pull some by getting the Wolff hammer spring set. I think mine has the 16# spring. Stock is 20 IIRC. If you ever get the itch for a .22, be sure to get the Kadet slide for it.
     
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    I really like the stainless too and of course CZs do multiply.
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  20. DMK

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    Beautiful.

    Nice CZ. :)

    I have only one nitpick with CZs. I don't see them in gun shops very often. That's probably good for my savings account though.
     
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    There is no such thing as a savings account once you've come down with CZ-itis.

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  22. sig228

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    Nice, but.......

    Why are you taking pictures in the BATHROOM?????
     
  23. AndyC

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    A stainless CZ? Hmmmm... I may have to rethink that 1911... ;)
     
  24. Juna

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    Sounds like you need to find yourself a new gun shop. ;)
     
  25. Simple Man

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    Congrats on the new CZ. I have the CZ 75b in nickel finish and I absolutely love that gun. It is my favorite handgun to shoot. You will get lots of enjoyment out of it!.
     
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