Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ZeSpectre, Aug 26, 2007.
joined the club!
I've been wanting a 97b for a while...
I have several CZ's. CZ52 (several), CZ 27, CZ 75 B and a couple of others. Good quality and well made.
"CZ's are terrible guns"
I wish people wound not praise CZ so much. They used to be a well kept secret and I am afraid as it's sales and attributes get out, the price is going to raise to the level of it's performance and we will no longer be able to buy the best gun around and was underpriced.
Two CZ's in a row for me....I found a 75B Omega a few weeks ago in a Facebook group. I'm really happy with this CZ....
I'd love to find a blued version of the 75 but not in omega.
Me too - congrats
I've had a few blued ones, the finish is okay but not as good as a new Hi Power or even a Colt 1911 these days. Seems to be holding up well though. Have this one I shoot, and a new one in the box in the safe. Just sold off the last two blued ones I had, wish I coulda helped you out!
Oh yeah, I just saw a nice one this morning on one of my local classified sites. I wasn't really familiar with this model, but now i'm slobbering over 'em,too !!
Valor 45 and Eco 9mm
Joined the CZ club two weeks ago. It's an excellent 82 with only two very tiny flecks of paint missing, where it's almost never seen.
Can't do camera/computer "sci fi" (photo posting).
Why do some people refinish their 82's metal in that greenish color?
MY CZ 50 is not a Uhersky Brod but is the 3xx CZ 50 made in 1950 at the Strakonice facility. It is a real sweet shooter. No import marks, never refinished.
Chocolate Bayou: It's a blessing that Glock's are so hip right now.
If they ever really lose their glow from today's many limelights, imagine price jumps for both CZs and Makarovs.
Now making sexy grips for CZ's (Now I may have to buy one...)
Cheers, TF; lookin' hard at a compact 9...
Don't know if they're "hip", but the two I have just plain work for me and who cares about the Internet scuttlebutt that says otherwise!
I remember when my CZ 75B .40 S&W Duo-Tone cost me $349.00 brand new. My CZ 75B 9mm cost me $489.00 new over a year ago, and I just bought a pair of the factory rubber grips for 45 bucks (ouch!) but the way that gun now sits in my hand with those grips - worth every penny!
I only own 3 now.... CZ P01, CZ75B and A CZ82 not pictured. I also own a DW CBOB but I do not consider it a CZ.
count me in!!! I LOVE CZ/DW products
just bought a CZ 75 sp-01 shadow CUSTOM from the cz custom shop-- Have many others CZ and DW to shoot-- just craved a custom-- worth every penny--shot 150 rounds of 9mm 115gr --every shot was a winner( within 2 " of poa @ 7 yards) with a few ragged holes
my only wish is that CZ makes disassembly easier-- how hard would it be to mark the gun on BOTH sides? and make thew slide lock easier to remove?
Hi folks. New cz97b owner here. Any recommendations for a holster? Looking for a range/training type for repeated holstering/upholstering.
Someone's got to say it... Why would you want to upholster your CZ?
What's a DW?
Here is a CZ holster thread...
I want to see an upholstered gun! Maybe on the grips in 70's shag.
I just bought a new 97B also, and can't wait to shoot it! As far as holsters, I have no ideas.
Dan Wesson--now owned in a new factory in NY state --by CZ USA-- high quality arms--lower cost than custom mades--fun to shoot
I recommend the safariland 568 for a great paddle holster (also can be had with a belt loop attachment) that won't scratch up the finish.
This reminds me of a S&W Model 39. Nice looking gun!
I admire most of the CZ's, and have always wanted a CZ-75.
Do like my CZ-82 though.
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