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The CZ Club

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

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  1. SharpsDressedMan

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    Two stock (except for the grips) CZ's at work. 5 shot, 25 yard groups. The one flyer was my fault. [​IMG][/IMG] [​IMG][/IMG]
     
  2. armoredman

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    Very nice, sir. :)
     
  3. tekarra

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    Stringfellow nothing blued, unfortunately, just the lighting.
     
  4. kazaam

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    OMG when are polished stainless 75Bs gonna be in stock? I can find matte easily, but I want polished!!
     
  5. SharpsDressedMan

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    I hate auctions and usually the price there is way too high, but I'll check it out, thanks! Any owners here have both polished and matte stainless? I'd love to hear impressions or get side by side pics!!
     
  7. Buck Nekkid

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    Here's my polished SS with custom mother of pearl inlaid grips. I also had a CZ Custom shop comp hammer and fiber optic front sight installed. Of my 2 dozen CZ's this is one of my favorites!!

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  8. 777TRUTH

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    Gorgeous gun!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. armoredman

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    I remember those grips, nice to see they're still looking stunning.
     
  10. kazaam

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    WOW that looks incredible!! If you don't mind me asking, how much did that cost?
     
  11. kazaam

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    Also, anything I should know about matte vs polished before I buy? I really want polished...

    Thanks!
     
  12. SharpsDressedMan

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    Get the polished. If you don't like it, it is easy to get a gun bead blasted to make it matte, but it costs a lot to polish up a matte finished gun. Otherwise, they are the same.
     
  13. taraquian

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    So I can finally join in here (officially)! for our anniversary my wife got me the CZ-75 compact I had been eying: 100_0664.jpg

    Before that all I had was this copy:
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    :rolleyes:

    can't wait to shoot it, but we have dinner reservations and its raining:(
     
  14. tekarra

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    You have a great wife and now a great pistol. Buy her a fine bottle of wine with dinner.
    I like cZ Compacts a lot.
     
  15. Dlowe167

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    Love my CZ P-06. That one on the silver platter looks great
     
  16. armoredman

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    My silver platter pic?

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    My CZ P-01 with Crimson Trace Lasergrips, GREAT pistola!
     
  17. FrankCastleThePunisher

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    Just got an 85B with ambidextrous safety and slide lock to go along with my 75B SP01Tactical .40 cal. Gonna have to order the rubber grips, don't like the plastic ones that came on the 85B.
     
  18. RockyTop

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    My one year old two-tone 9mm
     
  19. Dlowe167

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    Ya armoredman thats cool. And rockytop thats the coolest tuxedo style pistol ive seen. Even though its only a 9mm.
     
  20. hAkron

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    Is that CZ in your fireplace?
     
  21. RockyTop

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    Thanks Dlowe167. I got it to replace my P95.

    :eek: Uh...yes. But, it hasn't been on in months.
     
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    Taraquian, Had mine a long time. You are going to like it
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  23. Blackstone

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    Being fortunate enough to live in a part of the UK that permits handguns, naturally I'd go for a CZ. Here's my SP-01 Shadow with some crayon used to highlight the writing :)
     

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    Here is a Pre B 75 I picked up yesterday. Anyone know if VZ G10 grips will fit a pre B? I sure do like the looks of them. Mine was made in 87.

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  25. PzGren

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    I did not have a CZ for many years but recently got this P.27 with WaA, mine is an early polished version with the nicer finish.

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