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The CZ Club

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

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  1. WARPARTY36

    WARPARTY36 Member

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    I just picked up a CZ Czechmate, and it is incredible! I have a few Dan Wessons, but this is my first CZ.
     
  2. eerw

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    yes
     
  3. Orion8472

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    Thanks, eerw. :)
     
  4. FrankCastleThePunisher

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    Today I added to my family of CZ 85B and CZ 75 SPO1 Tactical .40 cal. a new CZ 75D Compact. Love my CZ pistols.
     
  5. jackinil

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    Got a P-09 in 9mm coming this next week.....
     
  6. Orion8472

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    I have a P-09 on order. No idea when it will arrive.
     
  7. DJW

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    Stumbled into a polished stainless 75B a couple of weeks ago and it shoots really well. Glad to have it.
     
  8. tekarra

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    Well done Frank, the Compact is my favourite cZ. Keep bringing them home.
     
  9. VAPOPO

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    Have a standard 75B and a P01 both are wonderfully reliable and accurate pistols.
     
  10. high_pockets

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    Trying to put a 16lb spring in my CZ85B, and cannot get it to compress in a straight line over the spring guide. Should I cut a couple of loops off?

    14lb spring is standard and works fine.
     
  11. Blackstone

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    Bumping this with a relevant question - anyone with a fixed sight SP-01 Shadow, what's the best way of adjusting the rear sight? My gun shoots about half an inch to the right at 10m.
     
  12. armoredman

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    High Pockets, call 1-800-955-4486, press two for parts and ask for Adam on that one.
    Blackstone, does your rear sight have a locking screw in it? If it does, you'll need to loosen/remove it, (ignore if no screw), and tap the rear sight GENTLY with a brass punch and light hammer with the slide in a padded vise the opposite direction of which way you want the groups to move. Even better to ask a gunsmith to do it.
     
  13. Hurryin' Hoosier

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    I'm up for anything Česká zbrojovka!

    My pistol collection (so far) includes -

    vz.50
    vz.52
    vz.70
    vz.82 (2)

    Mají velký den ČZ :D!
     
  14. chris in va

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    Hoosier, you're missing out on the newer pistols. Try a 75SA sometime. Talk about being 'one' with a tool.
     
  15. Hurryin' Hoosier

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    But those old ones just have so much class! :)
     
  16. Thompsoncustom

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    Get a new one and rust blue it :neener:
     
  17. Orion8472

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    Thompsoncustom, have you seen one done that way before?
     
  18. snapshot762

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    Signing up for the club!

    Can't believe I missed this thread up until now! I have four CZ's (if you count the Kadet adapter, not pictured.) The P-01 is also wearing Lasergrips now.
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  19. Shuler13

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  20. Hurryin' Hoosier

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    Heresy!
     
  21. StrutStopper

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    Just picked up a CZ75D PCR off Gunbroker last week. Haven't had the chance to shoot it yet.
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  22. birdshooter

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    I've posted this gun here before but this is a better quality photo. My Pre B 75. One of my favorite guns.

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  23. SharpsDressedMan

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    I have a matte blued Pre-B CZ75 like yours (no import marks?). They must be a little rare, as I don't see them too often.
     
  24. sig228

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    Picked up a used CZ100 at the Miami gun show last weekend for $250. Has some holster wear but the insides - rails, barrel, are in perfect condition. Took it to the range after the gun show and it shoots great. No issues at all.....except for that loooooong....trigger pull. Lol..but i am liking this one.
     
  25. The Lone Haranguer

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    Late to the party again

    Last October I put some night sights on my PCR.

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    ( I'm a better shot with a gun than a camera.)

    They are for the P-01 but fit and shoot to point of aim perfectly. Because the slide is inletted for the original "snag-free" sights, there is a "step" or "shelf" ahead of the rear sight now. This is not a problem.

    Cajun Gun Works did the installation. I just mailed them the slide. The total cost was $111 and the turnaround (including the mail both ways) was ~10 days.
     
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