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    Which Cz?

    I just got a SIG P226 NAVY 9mm. While it is a fine piece, I have an old P228 which I love. I would trade the 226 in a heart beat.

    I like the looks of the CZ but, which one do I need?

    I am left handed, want a sturdy frame, good DA/SA trigger and good mag capacity.

    I have always used steel frames until Glock ruined me on poly guns but I really do not have any idea of how well alloy frames stand up to lots of use.

    So, I need help! Which CZ fits the specs? Thanks.

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    Most of the CZs are made from steel, which is a very strong alloy if you didn't know that already. They also have a few aluminum models.

    I agree with rfawcs's choice, the CZ 85 which is the ambidextrous version of the legendary CZ 75. You can choose which features you want between the "B" and "Combat" models.

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    I third the motion for the CZ85. Great gun. Only issue with it is the "ambi" slide release makes it a tough fit in some finely-molded holsters for the CZ75.
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    Yep!

    Yep! That's the one for me.

    Now, WHERE to buy it?

    Who does a good trigger job on the CZ pistol?

    Thanks for your excellent help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAN WITH A GUN View Post
    Who does a good trigger job on the CZ pistol?

    Thanks for your excellent help.
    I have read, but cannot confirm personally, that the in-house 'smiths at CZ-USA can do a very fine job on a CZ trigger.

    However, except for a long reset (unavoidable on a crunchenticker), the trigger on my wife's 75 is actually quite good. Maybe you'll get lucky.
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    GOT 2 CZ's

    Traded a gun for two CZ pistols; 85 COMBAT 9mm and KADET 22LR

    They are shooters! The triggers were creeeepy at first but the more I shot them the better each got.

    I cannot believe what you get for your money with CZ.

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