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Pictures: CZ-75 In Digital Camo

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by stevemis, Sep 10, 2010.

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  1. stevemis

    stevemis Member

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    I got this 75B as part of a trade about a year ago. It had an amazing trigger job (note the competition hammer) but looked like it had been "put away wet" most of it's life.

    A local gunsmith offers water-transfer printing .. I picked out a desert tan digital. I think it came out fantastic!

    What do you folks think?
     

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  2. writerinmo

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    That looks like they did one hell of a job on it, Very nice!
     
  3. schmeky

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    stevemis,

    Yea, ain't that comp hammer amazing? I like the camo look, very different.
     
  4. stevemis

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    Yeah. It's impressive when done right. I wish CZ offered it in stainless... I'd put one on my bright 75B.

    That's exactly what I was going for. Different and cheap. I didn't want to dump a wad of cash into the pistol, but couldn't stand looking at all of the dings and scrapes... I do appreciate "normal" wear.. but abuse just makes me upset.

    :)

    I'll have pictures of a CZ P01 in pink camo in a week or so. My wife's anniversary present for a decade of putting up with my antics...
     
  5. tekarra

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    Not my cup of tea, but as you like it, that's all that matters. Can hardly wait to see the pink camo!
     
  6. Tenacious B

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    I usually don't go for this sort of thing, but that looks really slick. Too bad I would lose it at the range. But then again, you can conceal without having to wear a Hawaiian shirt.;)
     
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    Nice work, but if it were mine with black controls and accents, I would have left the grips black also.
     
  8. Full Metal Jacket

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    is there a gun in those pics? i can't see it! :eek:
     
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    cool. camo almost looks 3-d-ish
     
  10. Calhoun

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    Interesting. Looks like they did a good job on it.

    Don't set it down in the desert without a lanyard. Might loose it. :)
     
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    Very nice - how durable is the finish? Do they offer it in Rhodesian? ;)
     
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    Looks very nice. I'm not sure if I would want to paint any of my guns like that, but it sure looks well made and different.
     
  13. Roswell_Kid

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    Wow! I saw your pics and immediately Rick James´ signature tune started playing in my head. So very... different!

    As schmeky said:

    "Yea, ain't that comp hammer amazing?" Ditto!

    For whatever reason, being "run hard and put away wet" is an existence that seems to fit the CZ 75. Like a good, inexpensive wine that exhibits great "guzzle quality," the CZ seems so "delightfully abuse-able."
     
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    Hmmmmm . . . . . . Roswell Kid . . . . . Costa Rica . . . . . sounds familiar ;)
     
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    That turned out really nice, I'm not a huge camo fan but that looks sharp! May I ask, what's a job like that cost? Looks exponentially better than 99% of the home-sprayed jobs you see.
     
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    Very interesting job looks to be durable.
     
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    That looks amazing!... id love to get that done to a couple guns of mine!...

    That new transfer technique is pretty amazing
     
  18. Tecolote

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    That's one of the coolest CZs I've ever seen!:what:

    armoredman,

    Rhodesian camo would be cool but I wish I could find one of these...
     

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  19. TexasGunbie

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    So if you drop your gun in the desert, how will you find it??
     
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    Very cool! I just ordered a CZ75B.Got tired of plastic and I'm going back to steel.CZ's just feel perfect in the hand.
     
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    CZ-75

    I bought my CZ-75 while stationed in Germany in 1988. Of all the guns I've bought and sold, the CZ-75 is still sitting in my safe and enjoys occasional outings to the range. She still shoots as good as the day I got her. Actually better because my shooting has vastly improved since I was a 19 year old Private in the Army.
     
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