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New pre-B CZ-75 *pics*

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by makarov, Mar 30, 2004.

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  1. makarov

    makarov Member

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    Just had to brag about my latest find. A pre-B CZ-75 made in 91. Came with two mags. No box or anything, but this one is a shooter. I think the trigger is a little better on my 85 Combat, but I have installed a lighter hammer spring on that one and shot is a bunch. The CZ-75 shown in the picture came with some Pachmayr grips which were interfering with the mags, so I put on the grips from my CZ-85 Combat.

    It looks like someone has already replaced the rear sight with a Mec-Gar (I think). Gun was dirty inside, but cleaned up really well. Paid $270 including tax. I finally got my CCW license, so I was able to take it home that day. That was nice since it was a little gunshop that is out of town. I stop there when I am on my way visiting my sister. Glad I stopped. Now I just need to get some of Hakan's grips for one or the other of my CZ's. I like the rubber CZ grips too, will probably get one set of those as well. The factory plastic ones are a little too slick.

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  2. Kestrel

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    Excellent! Looks like you did great. That's a super price.

    I like the pre-Bs - the rounded trigger guard looks better to me and I like the spur hammer. The trigger pull is a bit better, too.

    Steve
     
  3. caz223

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    I'd definately pay $270 for that gun.
    Ya done good.
     
  4. Unlucky

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    Time to call CZ-USA for a new rear sight, but it seems like a deal for $270.
     
  5. BowStreetRunner

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    it does seem like a good deal, congrats
    :)
    BSR
     
  6. BlkHawk73

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    I've had mine for about a year now and have still yet to fire it. Mine's a '90 production and appears to be in about the same condition. Got ya beat on price though. I've got a whole $250 total in it. :p maybe I should try it out sometime soon.
     
  7. makarov

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    Thanks. It was $240, but we pay 8% sales tax here in Washington. I like the adjustable sight, don't think I'll change it. It is installed very nicely. Matches the adjustable sight on my 85 Combat. Did any of the 75's come with adjustable sights from the factory? I'm pretty sure this one was added later since the white paint on the dots looks brighter than the paint on the front sight.
     
  8. Tecolote

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    Congrats on getting one heck of a deal. Install a factory rear sight and you'll have a real looker.:D
     
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