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The CZ Club

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ZeSpectre, Aug 26, 2007.

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  1. atomd

    atomd Member

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    Count me in! Crappy picture but oh well.
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  2. ZeSpectre

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    For some reason it made me think of an Andy Warhol painting. I think it was the color of the background :)
     
  3. AStone

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    Oh, I forgot to add this:

    Outside of revolvers (IMO),
    CZ handguns are the sexiest I've seen.

    If I was going to own a semi,
    at this point, it'd be a CZ,
    just based on the way they look,
    not to mention the artistry of presentation ...
    {see post #7, for example}
     
  4. kjeff50cal

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    Can clones and cousins play??? :D

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    EAA Tanfoglio Witness-P .45 ACP, Sarsilmaz Hancer 9mm.
     

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  5. ZeSpectre

    ZeSpectre Member

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    Neat, I've seen EAA Tanfoglio Witness before but had never heard of a Sarsilmaz Hancer prior to your posting.
     
  6. TehK1w1

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    Ths thread is aggrivating my long-standing desire for a CZ...
     
  7. valor1

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    Chiming in. Never shot anything better than this.

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  8. brownie0486

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    valor1,

    I own the same gun, but had custom thin wood grips made for it. The gun shoots very instinctively and is as accurate as anyone would ever need a pistol to be.

    Reliability is high with the CZ's, they enjoy a very good reputation presently. More people discover the CZ line of pistols every day in the US, but many locations/shops do not carry them as stocking items.

    Brownie
     
  9. DirksterG30

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    just give in. Resistance is futile.

    My P-01 and Springfield Champion:

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    The P-01 posing with my wife's PCR:

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  10. v35

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    9mm bliss

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  11. LotI

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    SP-01 Tactical

    My first CZ pistol is a Christmas present from my wife, a CZ75 SP-01 Tactical. They only change is a Wolff recoil spring. Never a failure with it and it is accurate if you can get used to the trigger.:barf: I'm still working on breaking it in since I have less than 500 rounds through the gun.

    It currently resides next to my bed with Speer Gold Dots, stacked 17 deep :) and a light on the rail.

    Now that Midway carries CZ accessories it should be easier getting magazines for this and my CZ452 trainer.
     
  12. kjeff50cal

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    ZeSpectre,
    The Sarsilmaz Hancer 2000 is specially imported from Turkey (by Academy Sports along with the larger Kama (15 round vs 13 for the Hancer). The Hancer comes with very comfortable rubber grips and a very good SA trigger pull out of the box.

    I'm still breaking it in but despite its small size it has the same accuracy as its full-size cousins.
     
  13. ecureed

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    Dirkster

    hey Dirkster, are those slotted grip screws on your p-01...if so where did you get them?
     
  14. staudacher

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    k...I'll join, here is one of my CZ's

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  15. Craig M. Arnold

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    OK, I'll play. Here's my CZs.


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  16. modifiedbrowning

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    Happy P-01 owner here.
     
  17. DirksterG30

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    I got them from Hogue - this thread http://www.czshooters.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1050&highlight=grip+screws should tell you what you need to know. Incidentally, I'd like to get stainless screws if I can find them, as the Hogue screws didn't take long to rust (of course, carrying my P-01 IWB in the summer without a shirt between the gun & my skin probably didn't help!)
     
  18. ZeSpectre

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    Dirkster,
    Birchwood Casey "Barricade" helps with the screw rusting bit, and recently I've discovered "Weapon Shield CLP" which has (so far) done a first rate job with the screw slots on my SIG 229 when nothing else kept them from rusting.

    See this thread for more "What lube is this" and look at post #27 for my summary.
     
  19. tekarra

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    Okay, I'm in with seven cZs; or is it eight? Maybe nine!
    Gotta go and take stock.
     
  20. PPGMD

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    I'm a member of the club with a CZ SP-01 from the CZ Custom Shop.
     
  21. easyg

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    CZ 75B .40S&W Single Action!

    :)
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  22. BamBam-31

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    Me, too! I've got three: CZ 75b Tactical, CZ SP-01 (w/ trigger work by Matt Mink), CZ P-01 (w/ trigger work by Mike Eagleshield). And a Kadet kit, too. :)
     
  23. bigmike45

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    I started my CZ experience, with a 75BD POLICE, that I traded to a guy who wanted a second one, for his son that is retireing from the military, at the end of this year. I traded for something I really wanted and it was not another 9MM. After about a month I really began to miss the CZ but I did not want another POLICE. I wanted one with a safety so I could carry it cocked & locked. I also wanted a stainless gun. I came across this one and promptly scooped it up. I am now back in business...CZ business that is.

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  24. 1BLINDREF

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    Count me in - my one and only :mad: CZ.

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    I bought it about 12 years ago. I have the original box, manual, plastic grips, and test target. I can take a picture of them if anyone wants to see them for reference sake.
     
  25. DiN_BLiX

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    Pre-B, nice!
     
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