Why didn't you guys tell me about the CZ75??

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      Why didn't you guys tell me about the CZ75??

      I traded for a CZ75BD Police that I took to the range today. I am simply amazed at just how fun this gun is to shoot....and accurate......WOW!!
      All shots were at 15 yards. The first mag full grouped at 5", second group went to about 4" but the third clustered groups inside 3". These were all freehand shots in an indoor range. I really like the gun and plan to really wring it out. I have never had any luck with American Eagle ammo in my 45's but the CZ sure likes it in 115gr version. Being an old revolver guy even the long DA pull is not too bad. The SA is great!
      Here's my new toy:

      Last edited by tex45acp; 01-25-2007 at 08:36 PM.

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      Thumbs up

      That surre is a nice looking pistol you have there Tex. I'd like to try one myself as I have never fired a CZ. I hear all kinds of good things about them. Good luck with it.

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      U say U traded... what did U trade away?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
      U say U traded... what did U trade away?
      Probably some old rusty P99 he found on the ground somewhere.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
      Probably some old rusty P99 he found on the ground somewhere.

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      Welcome to the CZ family! All of us CZ owners love shooting these critters. Good balance, excellent accuracy and unsurpassed ergonomics at a low price. Can't beat it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
      Probably some old rusty P99 he found on the ground somewhere.

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      Doubtful. What right minded gun trader would allow a CZ to be swapped for a P99?

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      I traded it for my Smith & Wesson revolver I had been trying to trade for a couple of months, had all kinds of offers, but when this one came up I grabbed it. I sure am glad I did. The other guy was looking for a good revolver and I for a fun/plinking 9mm. I got so much more. If it only shot half as good as it does I would still be happy.

      My oldest son got a CZ75D Compact for carry and it shoots great so I decided to get the full size version.

      tex

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      That's been pretty much my experience. They are one of the most if not the most accurate 9mm Luger pistol I've ever fired. And the ergonomics are almost as good as a High Power.

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      See , now you need a CZ70 for a fun 32 ACP plinker and a CZ83 for a fun 380 / 9 MM Mak plinker summer carry and a .. well you et the picture about CZ fireamrs

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      it is just the start .I started off with a pre-B then a 40B then a 82 then a .
      congrads on a fine pistol.
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      CZ's are almost as bad as 1911's..One is just not enough..

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      Well it actually started with the CZ75D Compact I bought for my son for Christmas. After shooting his I decided to get the full size version for myself. The trade came up and I became the happy owner of the NIB Poilce version.

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      I love CZ75B's!!! I owned one for a while and sold it to a buddy to buy a BHP.
      A few month's later, I was missing my CZ and bought it back from that same guy. I recently bought a CZ75B S/S. Damn fine handguns!!! I would put them in the same conversation as any great handgun ie: BHP,SIG,HK,Walther.

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      I also have a 75BD Police and love it. What an awesome gun. I'm going to use it for my IDPA gun.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
      That surre is a nice looking pistol you have there Tex. I'd like to try one myself as I have never fired a CZ. I hear all kinds of good things about them. Good luck with it.
      I agree. I've never fired a CZ before, but they caught my interest when I saw a picture of the P-01 on their website. Since then I've been doing some research on them and the SP-01. I've yet to find a range in SoCal which lets you try them out, as I'm not sure whether my next purchase will be a CZ or a Springfield.

      ...btw, I'm not sure if there's much difference between the 75 and the SP-01. Still, they're an extremely nice looking piece.

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      Quote Originally Posted by ApocalypseWoman View Post
      I agree. I've never fired a CZ before, but they caught my interest when I saw a picture of the P-01 on their website. Since then I've been doing some research on them and the SP-01. I've yet to find a range in SoCal which lets you try them out, as I'm not sure whether my next purchase will be a CZ or a Springfield.

      ...btw, I'm not sure if there's much difference between the 75 and the SP-01. Still, they're an extremely nice looking piece.
      ApocalypseWoman,

      I have an XD45 and am Xtremely (excuse the pun) pleased with it. It is one of my two primary .45acp carry weapons. I traded for the CZ to simply have a 9mm I could shoot with my son who has a CZ75 Compact. I never thought I would be so impressed by this gun, but I am. I will highly recommend both CZ and the XD45. I went so far as to buy a set of nice wood grips for the CZ. WOW it really looks nice now.

      tex

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      I don't have one, but I think they are a super bang for the buck. Doesn't hurt that my cousin in Kenya, Africa has one that I suspect is very close to your 75BD Police after hearing him describe it to me recently. Unfortunately for him, Kenya is a very difficult country in which to buy firearms legally. That just means that firearms cost a hell of alot there. He paid the US equivalent of $2000 for his. :smt103

      On top of that, they are only allowed to purchase 500 rounds per year for each firearm they own. Always makes me count my blessings to be able to enjoy shooting sports here at fairly reasonable prices with generally acceptable laws.

      Great looking pistol!

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      The only thing I did not like about the gun was the plastic grips that came with it. Last Sunday I went to a local gunshow and found a beautiful set of smooth Walnut grips for it. It's amazing so something so simple can change the guns looks so dramatically.



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      Sharp!

      Quote Originally Posted by tex45acp View Post
      The only thing I did not like about the gun was the plastic grips that came with it. Last Sunday I went to a local gunshow and found a beautiful set of smooth Walnut grips for it. It's amazing so something so simple can change the guns looks so dramatically.


      I just picked up a set of checkered walnut grips for a buddy. That's a classy looking pistol you've got!

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