The CZ Club

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

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  1. craig

    craig Member

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    :) i can join this club.

    i have a 75 bd, and a pcr.

    the mrs. has a pcr, and a 75b.:D
     
  2. ecureed

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    bigmike45,

    I really like the look of that stippling. Very professional looking and most important, functional. I wish my stainless had the front strap serrations like my p-01.
     
  3. deanodog

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    My favorite
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  4. def4pos8

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    I wish that I could "dumb down" my imaging software and post a picture of my CZ-75 (no suffix). Oh well, description follows:

    serial number A4xxx; original phosphate/enamel finish replaced by hi-polish blue; adjustable sights; rubber grip panels added; original box/handbook/target/accoutrements/grip panels; no importer marks; five CZ-made magazines on hand.

    It's still wonderfully accurate after almost twenty years. Purchased in Germany as a "Bruener" for $220 (1989).

    It's the best $220 I EVER spent.:D
     
  5. Hoffy

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    On order...

    My CZ-82 is on order from AIM and should be here tomorrow!

    :D
     
  6. senior

    senior Member In Memoriam

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    CZ rami

    Just got a brand new rami 9mm with s.s slide and controls, took it to the range and right off 100 rds of mixed hp and fmj, narry a hickup, nothing but Bang when i pulled the trigger and back on target very quickly, then add in how sexy that beauty looks and no regrets here, love the 14+1 and the grip feels like it was developed for me!!
     
  7. Bainx

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    Please add me to the club list. Got a 75B stainless a few weeks ago. The feel, and trigger are very nice. It is doing battle with my new BHP right now to see who gets carried the most.
    CZ is a GREAT value, in my opinion.
     
  8. Bear2000

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    CCI Blazer Brass in a CZ75B

    Hey,

    I pick up my CZ75B tomorrow morning. Has anyone run CCI Blazer Brass through it? There's a seller on gunbroker selling 1000 rounds for $171 shipped. Thought I might buy a case if my local Walmart is out of 15.50/1000 W/W.

    Can't wait!
     
  9. Deer Hunter

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    Bear,

    CCI Brass works fine in my CZ 75B. You should be fine with it.
     
  10. Bilt4Comfort

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    I wish I could find a good jhp that would feed reliably in my RAMI. I've tried 6 or 7 brands, and so far only the Rem UMC has been flawless through 100 rds. Same with my 97B.

    I'm picking up a 75B tomorrow...can't wait.
     
  11. Bear2000

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    Got My New CZ 75B Today!

    I finally picked up the CZ 75B I ordered two weeks ago. NIB, but manufactured in 2002. Came with a factory-mounted FirePoint red-dot sight. I replaced the stock grips with the very comfortable Hogues. I was skeptical about the sight, but figured that since I got the gun for $320 otd (w/FFL), I might as well try it. And boy am I happy I did. After getting it zeroed, the bullets just went where the red dot was. It's certainly a much more accurate gun than I am a shooter, and it sure beats the heck out of the loaner P38 I was shooting, which liked to eject cases directly into my face.

    Anyway, this 4" - 10 shot group (it came with 10-round mags, two 16-round Mec-Gars are on the way) was shot at 25 yards. Okay, okay, I was resting on the bench and working on zeroing the sight. Still, it puts them where you point it.

    Love this gun! Thanks again for all the advice here - you pushed me away from the Glock 17 and Beretta, both of which I had test fired. I bought the CZ without shooting it first, but just liked how it felt in my hands.

    Bear
     

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  12. sixgunner455

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    CZ75 B SA, 9mm. Bought it because of how it feels. Keep it because of how it shoots.

    Wonderful gun.
     
  13. bigmike45

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    ecureed,

    I finally got it to the range yesterday and what a difference having the stippling/texturing made, in not only comfort, but it helped to tighten my groups. Before the gun wanted to torque sideways in my hand as I pulled the trigger. Now that is a thing of the past. There were a couple of guys there as well, that looked at and then shot my CZ. They both were amazed at how well the gun felt in their hands.

    bigmike
     
  14. P. Plainsman

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    What an oversight that I haven't joined this thread yet!

    My two CZ pistols (75B and P-01) have dethroned my beloved S&W revolvers as my favorite handguns. I shoot the heck out of my CZs.

    I am closing in on 5,000 rounds through them, a lot of it hot +P. They are accurate and delightfully problem-free. One FTE with aluminum-case Blazer ammo (P-01; racked the slide to clear) and one failure to ignite a round on the first hammer fall (75B; second trigger pull fired it; might have been bad ammo). That's it.

    My next acquisitions will be a stainless 75B (gorgeous) and a P-06, when they show up around here. It's the first time I've really wanted to own a .40.
     
  15. ZeSpectre

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    Added to the CZ Stable this week with a nice CZ-82 in 9mm Makarov (9x18)!

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    Then I had to visit THREE shops to find any ammo for it ?!?
    I was also shocked to discover just how much 9x18 had gone up in price!!!

    Oh well, it's a really nice shooting gun.

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  16. Bilt4Comfort

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    Man...I got the CZ bug really bad.
    I have purchased 3 in the last 2 weeks. They all shoot POA better than any that I have experienced. Especially the 97B. What a joy it is to shoot these guns.
    The 75B was purchased as a plinker/practice gun, to save money on ammo, but the .45 gets such tight groups, I'm afraid the saving money idea is all but shot.

    Anybody that wants a .45acp that'll shoot groups tight as any 1911...get the 97B. You won't regret it.
     
  17. deanodog

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    We love those groups on paper posts. Good shooting
     
  18. Juna

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    OK, you guys are making me drool all over the place!! :what: Now I have to get my digital camera out when I get home and take pics of my CZs. I started with one, it multiplied, and it's about to multiply again if all goes well! Pics coming soon.... :D:evil::D
     
  19. erikd65

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    I just picked up a P-01 today, slightly used with no marks on it. Just had to have it! I guess i am in the club now.

    Can't wait to take it out this weekend :)

    Pictures forthcoming.....
     
  20. jdc1244

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    My 75B .40 S&W:

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  21. Bear2000

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    Rami 2075 P Stainless - $370 Nib Shipped

    Just bought a Rami 2075 P Stainless/Poly on Gunbroker.com - $370.00 NIB Shipped. Apparently the seller has a bunch more.

    Anyway, it seemed like a good deal to me.
     
  22. Keith Wheeler

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    I've posted these here before, but here goes:

    The "his-n-hers" collection:

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    My wife "down at the pond":

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  23. biscuitninja

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    Nice! I'll have to get some pictures of the CZ-52 someday. I own a nice little pair, one chromed one not.... Not horribly accurate, but i can plink cans at 75 yards. good luck
    -bix
     
  24. Lightsped

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    I bought this CZ-97b new back in 2001. It has a pretty low (3 digit) serial number. I have only fired it a handful of times. I just seem to always forget about it when heading to the range. Anyways, someone else wanted pics of it on another website, and figured I would post them here too.

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  25. Lightsped

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    I am considering two CZs for my next gun. Either a CZ75SA or a CZ P-01.

    Am I correct that the CZ75SA does away with the traditional long pull first DA shot? Meaning the CZ75SA is more like a 1911? Can the CZ75SA be carried cocked and locked? Are all trigger pulls the same length and weight?

    Also, how do folks here feel about the P-01?

    The purpose of my next gun, is the same for most all my guns. Its just for fun.
     
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