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Please Educate Me

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by rjk2475, Sep 15, 2008.

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  1. rjk2475

    rjk2475 Member

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    since january,been shooting 200+ rounds a month through a CZ75BD. while watching tv, i usually keep it nearby with a snap cap for dry fire practice. i use an imb holster. hypothetically, how would carrying this gun cocked be so different than carrying a Glock?
     
  2. crebralfix

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    I think that's one you wouldn't carry with the hammer cocked and safety engaged. It's intended to be used like a SIG: hammer down, safety off.
     
  3. DZL HOG

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    Glocks and other striker fired guns have heavier trigger pulls and the little trigger bar lock thingy whatever its called to help prevent ADs. Carrying a decocker model CZ cocked would be more comparable to carrying a 1911 cocked without the safety on. It will take very little to trip the SA trigger pull. I wouldnt recommend carrying like that.

    Im sure someone else can give some more correct insight on this method.
     
  4. rjk2475

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    not at all planning to carry that way. maybe i'm answering my question, if the striker is partial before trigger pull and the cz has no sear engagement protection.
     
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