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Posted: 10/10/2001 6:15:12 PM EDT
I'm always thinking about buying a nickle plated CZ-85. Unfortunately, I always seem to buy another long gun when I have the money saved up. Somebody talk me into the CZ....


-SS
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 7:46:09 AM EDT

Originally Posted By SouthernShark:
I'm always thinking about buying a nickle plated CZ-85. Unfortunately, I always seem to buy another long gun when I have the money saved up. Somebody talk me into the CZ....


-SS



I nolonger carry my SIG 228 in favor of my CZ PCR. OOOOOHHHHH! How is that for a testament?

And sell you 85? OK

Cocked and Locked Hi-Cap battle proves pistol of Champions. Wonderfully ergonomic, comfortable as a down pillow and accurate as a combat pistol can be.

And if that ain't enough...."CZexy as hell!"

Zaz

Link Posted: 10/13/2001 3:03:35 PM EDT
I once shot a CZ in .45 after a local USPSA match. This CZ had shot over 10,000 rounds, and I placed all 10 shot in a fist size group at 30 feet. Not bad for a handgun that I was not used to. But, I have your same problem, Ther always seems to be a long gun that I want.

Vulcan94
Link Posted: 10/14/2001 1:41:09 AM EDT
I love my CZ 75B. Its the most accurate pistol I own next to my Sig 220. And at around $350 its one hell of a deal.
Link Posted: 10/21/2001 8:08:00 AM EDT
I think it was Jeff Cooper himself that dubbed the CZ 75 the finest Double Action 9mm in the world .

I know I love mine and it is the best pointing gun I have ever held .
Link Posted: 10/22/2001 5:07:02 PM EDT
Had a CZ100 in 9mm, and loved everything but the trigger.

Now I have a CZ75b with a Hogue grip, and it is awesome.

Only guns I owned that I think are on par was my Kimber Pro Carry, and my HS2000.

I put those 3 guns above even my Glock19, Beretta P92 and Kahr P9...
Link Posted: 10/27/2001 10:56:06 PM EDT
I've got a CZ97B (.45 acp), very accurate and comfortable to shoot.

I like it.
Link Posted: 10/29/2001 1:24:16 PM EDT

Originally Posted By ColtM4:
I think it was Jeff Cooper himself that dubbed the CZ 75 the finest Double Action 9mm in the world .

I know I love mine and it is the best pointing gun I have ever held .



I think he also said it's the best gun in the world in that price range. I always thought of it (kindly) as a bargain price Hi-Power. Although it is double action, it does allow for cocked and locked carry like the Hi-Power.
Link Posted: 11/7/2001 7:11:33 PM EDT
I have about 600rds through my CZ-75B now without any problems at all. It shoots about as accurate as my Sig P228. It handles great, and really I've been shooting it about every other day this week to really get good with it. It's a very user friendly gun and very easy to use well. I like the safety system of "cocked and locked" if I want, or traditional DA/SA if I want. I don't think I'll ever wear out mine. 9mm in a steel frame just seems likely to last forever.

I ditched the stock grips before I even shot it, they were that uncomfortable to me. I bought Houges and cut off the front strap, leaving me with two rubber grip panels. I don't like the finger grooves either. Now it's really comfortable to me.

Anyway, they were a highly sought after gun a few decades back as they were known for their high performance. The CZ-75 hasn't really lost any ground to the new generation of guns and the cost right now is so low on the 75B that getting one is a great deal.

Ross
Link Posted: 11/10/2001 11:28:44 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/10/2001 11:26:47 AM EDT by carlosg]
Just in case the "Red Coats" attack, they will meet my second wife:




And her "lil" sister

Link Posted: 11/11/2001 4:26:08 PM EDT
I love my CZ75B. It's the tightest grouping of all my 9mm pistols, followed closely by the Kahr K9. Light recoil, fast follow-up, nice trigger, and pretty good lookin'.

Replaced the stock grips for some walnut checkered flat-panels.

My next pistol is the CZ 97.
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