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Why no stainless CZ's except 75B?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Tallbald, Sep 27, 2013.

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  1. Tallbald

    Tallbald Member

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    With the wide availability of stainless carry pistols, I would think CZ would be eager to tap into the compact stainless auto market. Could this be something down the road? Don
     
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    Probably for weight! A SS compact would be like carrying a boat anchor....
     
  3. spanishjames

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    I'd purchase a polished stainless 75BD if they made one.
     
  4. Walt Sherrill

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    I had a stainless (frame) Sphinx compact. Beautiful gun, and a marvelous shooter. I also had a CZ compact in nickel. They were both HEAVIER than I wanted for a carry gun. (They were traded away a couple of years ago.)

    The highly polished stainless Sphinx made me understand I don't want any more highly polished stainless guns -- they show up every little superficial scratch, etc. (They can be buffed or polished away, but too much time wasted on looks for my taste.) The Satin Nickel compact was lower maintenance. A matte stainless would be more to my liking.

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