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The CZ Club

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

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  1. RugerNut9

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    My CZ 75, picked it up when I lived in Berlin in 1990.
     
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  3. guyfromohio

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    Not new thread worthy..... But I just bought a 75d compact. Beautiful gun. All I can find is info on the PCR. No place on my gun does it read "pcr", the CZ website shows my gun as the pcr. Is there any difference between a 75d compact and a PCR?
     
  4. larryh1108

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    The PCR has a decocker and an alloy frame. Your post says you have a 75D compact. Is that a 75 compact? The PCR is a 75D compact.

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    image.jpg Thank you Larry. It must be a pcr. Nothing in the gun says "PCR", the tag said 75D..... But as I looked at the box, the UPC has "PCR" on it. Didn't know if there was a standard 75D Compact that wasn't alloy.
     
  6. Pilot

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    CZ can be weird in how they mark guns, and also on the variety of guns. My 2000 made 75D PCR does have "PCR" on the slide, but it is very feint, and hard to see. Also, some PCR's are not marked PCR at all, and some P-01's are marked 75D. The "D" means de-cocker. I don't believe CZ produces any all steel (steel frame, steel slide) de-cocker compacts, so if it is compact and a decocker without a rail it is a PCR.
     
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    The family heading off on a trip to Arizona to visit CZ Custom:

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    Love It!
     

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    CZ 75 SP-01 Tactical

    just bought it. couldnt be happier.

    a few pics of my cz next to a px4 compact .40 and a bodyguard .380...... and also the ammunition i bought recently
     
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    Oh that's an easy one, considering your screen name.

    Sell one of each and get a custom 97b from Cajun Gun Works.
     
  12. FourTeeFive

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    That exact thought came to mind a week ago when I was on their website! I'm pretty well set on .45's at this point. But the custom 97B is very tempting.
     
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    This is my newest acquisition, and first CZ

    CZ 75BD Police:
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    Gave my CZ 75 SP-01 Shadow a makeover with the nice blue aluminium grips and some nail varnish work on the lettering ;)

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    What's different about the Police model? I've never heard of that model.
     
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    To my knowledge, the Police model has a lanyard ring, reversible magazine catch (release?), serrated trigger and a checkered front and back grip strap.
     
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    What model is this CZ [description]:

    P-07
    Black
    Night Sights
    End of barrel sticks out 1/2", but not threaded.
    Price around $560

    There's one at my local gun shop, but don't see anything on the CZ-USA page about it. Thanks for the help.
     
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    its a variation of the P07. its not listed in the catalog. CZUB has a tendency to do this sometimes.
    This version seems to be carrying the SKU 91185

    from what i have seen of photos and heard.
    factory tritium night sights
    15 rnd magazines
    ext. barrel
    safety only
     
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    Is it worth the price my gunshop is asking for it? Any issues with it? Need any and all relevant information before I decide to get it tomorrow.

    Thanks for the help, guys!
     
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    sorry I don't have first hand owners knowledge. This is from my research on the platform.

    three listed on Gunbroker. asking bid ranging from $500 to $575.
    standard P07 price around $425-$450, P07 night sights run $85.
     
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    Thanks for the info! :)
     
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    That's a Canadian version, I think, to get the barrel over the prohibited length.
     
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    In Canada, the difference between restricted and prohibited pistols is a barrel length of 4.2 inches.
     
  24. Orion8472

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    I see. Thanks!
     
  25. Orion8472

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    For clarification, the grips for the SP-01 are the same as the full sized CZ 75, correct?
     
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