Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ZeSpectre, Aug 26, 2007.
Very nice looking! Give us some details please!
Pretty much a stock CZ Tactical Sport 40S&W with CZ Custom grips, magwell, Fiber Optic.
Have a hammer and trigger on order too.
9-mm matte stainless 75B is CZ number 16 (and 17 if you count the Kadet kit as a gun).
Very nice indeed.
Close to perfect, imo
How about some CQB training with CZ 805s?
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10153382552588417.1073741836.315501458416&type=1 (Czech Army reservists)
Here's my application to join the CZ Club.
Nice pistol GunCat! Very similar to my own.
How about last year's factory tour of a Czech newspaper?
Boricua19mm What sort of finish is the lighter gray, its almost pearlescent looking in the picture on rate thread 2216?
Beautiful in any case.
Scored a used CZ85 at a local gun store; frame/grips/finish is overall quite good, looks like some minor wear on the top of the barrel near the chamber end.
Picked up my first CZ 75 albeit a Tanoglio TZ 75 series 88 clone of the CZ 75 but cool never the less. It has a ported 9mm .41AE barrels and has adjustable sights.I am told its a rare IPSC model.
The next batch of rifles for Czech army will be CZ BREN 806, i.e. Czech army will be taking no more 805.
I asked at CZ factory shop in Prague whether they plan to introduce 806 to civilian line as well instead of 805, but apparently they have no idea what the plans in the factory are.
CZ Factory tour.
I am a new CZ owner (CZ 75 BD) I would like to change out the grips to the CZ Aluminum with the grip tape inserts, while viewing the many posts here I have seen a couple of pictures of them I think they really look good. My Question, do the grips come complete or does the buyer have to apply the tape? Thanks.
You have to put the tape on ^^^
Here's my PCR
Ruger_556, Thanks, Your CZ looks Great. I had been looking for grips and when I seen the purple I thought of my team,, MN Vikings, gotta get um. Thanks again.
Those are awesome looking grips! Love that grey color.
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I stopped off at KTP tonight to get a holster for the 75, when I stopped at the check in counter at the front entrance** to get my tag for the gun, the attendant*** looked the gun over, remarked on how nice it looked, and said she was planning on getting a handgun herself, when she gripped the gun, her eyes lit up, and she began to grin...
Whoa, this is *really* comfortable, what brand is this? CZ? Never heard of them, but this is the most comfortable handgun I've held in a long time...
We chatted for a couple minutes about the gun, and then I went up to the gun floor, as I started to leave, she thanked me for letting her try the gun for fit, and said she's going to definitely keep her eyes open for one of her own.
When I came back down after purchasing the holster, we chatted a couple minutes more about the 75, and I told her they had a few new ones up there, but no used ones at the moment...
"Hmm, I'll put a bug in their ear up there to keep their eyes open for one, I'll check out the new ones too"
So, looks like another person will be succumbing to the siren call of the CZ-75b
** it's there to check in returns/repairs/trades, you are basically given a tag that says "I own this item" so they know you brought it in for some reason, and aren't trying to "steal" it on the way out
*** a pleasant, freindly grandmotherly type
Wait 'til she shoots it. The grin becomes more like
Just picked this little number last week. Been curious about then for awhile, and finally got to handle one. I couldn't say no.
some of my CZs
Great looking gun
All Things CZ (VZ)
I have always admired the CZ-75, but never owned one.
On the contrary, I'm not impressed with the CZ-50/70, or CZ-54.
I do own a CZ-82 which I really like for the following reasons:
1.Comfortable and natural grip.
2.High capacity magazine.
3.Powerful SD ammo.
5.Correctly placed(behind trigger guard) ambidextrous mag release.
7.Single action and double action.
Features I wish the CZ-82 had:
1.Hammer lowering safety.
2.Safety easier to operate and not so stiff.
3.Chambered round indicator.
That being said, the CZ-82 is one of my favorite CC HG's.
Now I may take another look at the CZ-75. I really like the feel in my hand.
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