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High Altitude
03-16-2012, 17:25
My very first CZ.

Picked it up Sunday.

Put 200 rounds through it today with no malfunctions. Everything fed/fired/ejected which always makes anyone happy.

Very easy pistol to shoot and it is accurate. I can see why people like the CZ 75 line up of pistols.


http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c141/myphotos27/DSC01131.jpg

GoBigOrange
03-16-2012, 17:28
great choice!

ZekerMan
03-16-2012, 17:31
That looks like a lotta pistol there!!! Probably not much recoil?

High Altitude
03-16-2012, 17:46
That looks like a lotta pistol there!!! Probably not much recoil?

All steel, weighs about 40-41 oz unloaded. Has outstanding ergonomics, feels great in your hand and is a soft shooter.

TSAX
03-16-2012, 18:08
CZ makes some good shooters, congrats





:50cal:

22highcaps
03-16-2012, 18:45
Great choice. I have two of the safety version myself.

Tim151515
03-16-2012, 18:54
good stuff. My 75 is my favorite gun. It has officially surpassed my Glock and 1911.

Folsom_Prison
03-16-2012, 22:34
Nice!

BMH
03-17-2012, 09:29
You know they offer a bayonet for it. It's not one of those sissy bayonets either. It's a come to the darkside or else type bayonet. I believe that you can remove the blade and use the rest of the bayonet as a glass-breaker.

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_y3e1m9R4zms/SqtAJQxBZmI/AAAAAAAAAAU/NyBU_uAcnRE/s320/GUN2.jpg

bac1023
03-17-2012, 13:05
Congrats on a great pistol. :thumbsup:

Tim151515
03-17-2012, 17:54
You know they offer a bayonet for it. It's not one of those sissy bayonets either. It's a come to the darkside or else type bayonet. I believe that you can remove the blade and use the rest of the bayonet as a glass-breaker.

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_y3e1m9R4zms/SqtAJQxBZmI/AAAAAAAAAAU/NyBU_uAcnRE/s320/GUN2.jpg

Hell a cz75 by itself could be used as a glass breaker.

Dubble-Tapper
03-17-2012, 18:09
awesome gun, good choice. i love CZ's

Nutt51
03-17-2012, 18:25
good stuff. My 75 is my favorite gun. It has officially surpassed my Glock and 1911.

Heretic, Blasphemer !!!.

But, the CZ is a fine, good looking pistol.

glock2740
03-17-2012, 18:36
Congrats! A CZ-75B is in my near future for sure.

irishbum
03-17-2012, 19:32
It will soon become on of you favorite pistols to shoot. CZ holds a special place in my heart.

Tim151515
03-17-2012, 19:44
Heretic, Blasphemer !!!.

But, the CZ is a fine, good looking pistol.

:cool: Lol yeah yeah..dont get me wrong...my 21 lives in my nightstand...and my 1911 has a special place in my heart because it is what troops carried into ww1 and 2...but the cz is by far my fav gun to shoot. no recoil..cheaper to shoot than my 45s, and it has that hi powerish look with the all steel contruction that will last forever and proven combat effectiveness and durability...with the ability to decock(i know some people dont like that feature, but I much prefer hammer down carry with no safety..like a sig or glock).

The_Gun_Guru
03-17-2012, 19:45
You know they offer a bayonet for it.


I think I read that somewhere:whistling:


http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa310/gunguru364/MISC%20Pistols/12b8cf3e.jpg

The Tactical Block also keeps the slide from being pushed "out of battery" if you have to put the muzzle up against something (or someone).


GREAT GUN - my favorite HG in my collection by far!


TGG

craig19
03-17-2012, 21:33
Congrats! That's a nice looking pistol.

cole
03-17-2012, 22:52
Congrats. CZs are great guns.

steve1911
03-18-2012, 00:58
Nice CZ.



1911club#410

.45Super-Man
03-18-2012, 04:43
The CZ75 and its variants are still at the top of the food chain when it comes to serious fighting combat pistols.

DAIadvisor
03-18-2012, 06:37
Nice gun! Sooo what makes it "TACTICAL"? :)

The_Gun_Guru
03-18-2012, 07:39
Nice gun! Sooo what makes it "TACTICAL"? :)

- 18-rnd mags
- rail
- night sights

to name a few.


TGG

addict
03-18-2012, 19:14
Nice gun! Sooo what makes it "TACTICAL"? :)

Tactical on the SP-01 means it is the decocker version.

GoBigOrange
03-18-2012, 19:18
Since we're posting pictures of CZ's. Here's my CZ 40P.

http://i854.photobucket.com/albums/ab105/emathew3/IMG_20120208_165622.jpg?t=1328738196

irishbum
03-19-2012, 08:57
Oh since we are posting pictures?
http://i44.tinypic.com/x6kmet.jpg

SGT_Calle
03-19-2012, 16:41
I love this pistol. The end.

CUatTheEnd
03-19-2012, 19:57
If you find another one let me know. Been looking for one for quite some time. It will go nice with my already CZ collection (RAMI and PCR)

elsolo
03-20-2012, 01:15
I prefer them without the goiter-like growth
http://i966.photobucket.com/albums/ae148/elsolo427/IMG_20120319_225242-1-1.jpg

4eyed_Sam
03-20-2012, 15:56
How is the double action pull??

I've been considering this for awhile...upload some targets being shot by this if you can

Sheepdog Scout
03-20-2012, 16:41
CZ pic thread!

I recently picked up this CZ 75BD Police:
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i302/Master_Mold/DSC00890.jpg

And the old stalwart. Pre B CZ 75, cerakoted in OD.
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i302/Master_Mold/DSC00815.jpg

The Habit
03-20-2012, 17:03
Heh, CZ-USA just linked this thread on their Facebook page.

http://img62.imageshack.us/img62/9864/czglock.jpg

Tim151515
03-20-2012, 18:45
How is the double action pull??

I've been considering this for awhile...upload some targets being shot by this if you can

It is smoothe, but pretty heavy(I think around 12 and 5, but very capable of putting hits on target in DA). However, with a trigger job from czcustoms.com I think it be taken down to 8(with a 3# SA if I am not mistaken.) I was considering this..but I want to keep it in my carry rotation...therefore I would rather keep it stock.

4eyed_Sam
03-21-2012, 06:07
It is smoothe, but pretty heavy(I think around 12 and 5, but very capable of putting hits on target in DA). However, with a trigger job from czcustoms.com I think it be taken down to 8(with a 3# SA if I am not mistaken.) I was considering this..but I want to keep it in my carry rotation...therefore I would rather keep it stock.

I've heard that changing the mainspring housing lightens up the DA trigger pull...

I might just get this pistol at my next local gunshow if it's for a good price

High Altitude
03-21-2012, 10:29
Another option for CZ trigger job parts.

http://www.cajungunworks.com/index.html

Firing DA from half cock, where the decocker puts the hammer on my pistol, is not that long of a pull. I thought it was going to be too heavy and long, but it is very workable. A smooth press to the rear and it pulls right through to the shot without disturbing the sights too much. A little dry fire practice and I was good to go. I use the same exact finger placement for either DA or SA so the transistion to SA after the DA shot is a non issue.

Bob Hafler
03-21-2012, 11:42
Once you pick up a CZ 75 series it's pretty hard not wanting to own one. Think I lost a few nights sleep trying to figure out which one of my pistols that I was going to sell that I liked, to get a CZ 75b that I loved..

4eyed_Sam
03-22-2012, 08:22
Once you pick up a CZ 75 series it's pretty hard not wanting to own one..


Sooo true! Held the SP-01 tactical and it fit so well in my hand. There is a gunshow in my area on Saturday...I'm hoping I won't do anything stupid :p

irishbum
03-22-2012, 13:09
Sooo true! Held the SP-01 tactical and it fit so well in my hand. There is a gunshow in my area on Saturday...I'm hoping I won't do anything stupid :p

The only stupid thing you could do is to not buy it.:supergrin:

You will not regret the purchase, CZ is an awesome company.

http://i39.tinypic.com/o74vud.jpg

Had to add another pic.

4eyed_Sam
03-22-2012, 22:05
The only stupid thing you could do is to not buy it.:supergrin:

You will not regret the purchase, CZ is an awesome company.


Lol thats what the little red man on my right shoulder is telling me hehe...

I believe CZ is underrated in the US!

High Altitude
03-22-2012, 23:53
I believe CZ is underrated in the US!

It is, but becoming more popular all the time.

High Altitude
04-04-2012, 14:20
I was so impressed with the SP-01, I went out and got this....

CZ 75 P-01

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c141/myphotos27/DSC01141.jpg

A great pair of CZ pistols

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c141/myphotos27/DSC01142.jpg

4eyed_Sam
04-04-2012, 19:49
How much did the SP-01 cost you??

Really considering this or a SIG P226...

High Altitude
04-04-2012, 20:30
How much did the SP-01 cost you??

Really considering this or a SIG P226...

SP-01 was 640
P-01 was 559

There is only one LGS that stocks CZ pistols and they usually have slightly higher prices so it wouldn't surprise me if you are able to find them for less.

4eyed_Sam
04-04-2012, 21:12
SP-01 was 640
P-01 was 559

There is only one LGS that stocks CZ pistols and they usually have slightly higher prices so it wouldn't surprise me if you are able to find them for less.

I saw a SP-01 at a gunshow about 4 weeks ago...ran for $580...should've gotten it :/

4eyed_Sam
04-05-2012, 23:00
I like to rack the slide when reloading the gun after it runs dry...being the slide is a little smaller does this cause a problem???

Thats my only gripe about it...but I've never racked an SP-01 before so I have yet to eliminate that con for me

High Altitude
04-06-2012, 00:08
I like to rack the slide when reloading the gun after it runs dry...being the slide is a little smaller does this cause a problem???

Thats my only gripe about it...but I've never racked an SP-01 before so I have yet to eliminate that con for me

The forward and rear cocking serrations are plenty sharp, more than any other pistol I have owned. As long as you grab the serrations, there is no way your hand is going to slip off. It does feel a little different at first because the slide is very thin, but like anything else, practice helps. After spending some time manipulating the pistol during a dry fire session practicing reloads, I don't see this being an issue at all.

Personally, I like that the slide rails are inside the frame. I believe it makes the pistol feel thinner.

digitalmike47
04-06-2012, 07:36
I have a 75D compact. I have ordererd 2 different Kidex holsters for it, but neither one was a good fit. I called the holster places, and they said there are a lot of different 75d's out there. Anybody have a good OWB kidex holster for a 75D compact? Where did you get it?

Arc Angel
04-06-2012, 07:40
Sometimes I visualize the day when this place changes its name to, 'CZ Talk'. ;)

raven11
04-06-2012, 08:05
Sometimes I visualize the day when this place changes its name to, 'CZ Talk'. ;)

What are we going to do with all of the extra bandwidth when we don't have threads about limpwristing, Gen4 problems, and buttplugs

:rofl:

irishbum
04-06-2012, 08:43
How much did the SP-01 cost you??

Really considering this or a SIG P226...


I own both and I like the CZ much better than the 226. I have big hand so the 226 grip doesn't bother me at all, just the CZ feels much nicer in my hand.

The 226 is nice thought and accurate as can be, also makes a nice supressor host.

Cambo
04-06-2012, 09:41
Sometimes I visualize the day when this place changes its name to, 'CZ Talk'. ;)

Looking forward to it.:thumbsup:

countrygun
04-06-2012, 11:43
I am partial to CZs and clones, but just a little,

http://i648.photobucket.com/albums/uu208/countrygun/IM002805.jpg

High Altitude
04-06-2012, 13:46
Took the CZ 75 P-01 to the range for the first time.

200 rounds of WWB 115gr FMJ. Everything fed/fired/ejected, no malfunctions.

This pistol shoots amazing. Everyone says CZs are accurate pistols, well that is no lie.

5 rounds, 7 yds, standing, off-hand, SA trigger for all 5 shots

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c141/myphotos27/DSC01143.jpg

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c141/myphotos27/DSC01144.jpg

Here is 1 magazine, 14 rounds, all fired from DA, 7yds, standing, off-hand

I started from low ready (I don't have a holster that will fit) - pistol up, aim, press - for each shot using the DA trigger only, no staging the trigger, one continuous press and going at a fast speed. I wanted to see how I would do with the DA trigger when speed counts. First shot is the one real low left. Had me worried, but I haven't shot a true DA trigger in a long time. With some practice, maybe a main spring change, I don't think the DA first shot is going to be an issue at all.

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c141/myphotos27/DSC01146.jpg?t=1333740708

The P-01 is basically the glock 19 of the all metal DA/SA pistols. It does it all, from CCW to HD with a light mounted, and does it well.

4eyed_Sam
04-09-2012, 17:36
Nice groupings!!!

Quick shooting question: When I aim at the bullseye w/ my g19 the groupings are a little high...any reason?

Did a ball and dummy drill and my flinching seems to be minimal...just can't figure out why my shots are high.

Sweet CZs...I might be sold on getting one...they look "tacticool"...especially w/ a light

Never Nervous
04-09-2012, 18:15
A gun with an 18 round mag, night sights, and you can cut and shoot at the same time...that's pretty tactical to me.:supergrin:

NN

High Altitude
04-09-2012, 18:44
Are you using the stock plastic sights?

Here is my experience with the stock plastic glock sights........

If you line up the dot in the center of the U, you will shoot a little high.

If you line up the actual top of the sights, which slightly obscures the dot, it will bring the POI down a little bit.

Also, different ammo shoots different, at different distances POI will change etc......

Unless you are talking a huge difference between POI/POA, I wouldn't worry about it. Most of the time people change POI with different height sights.






Nice groupings!!!

Quick shooting question: When I aim at the bullseye w/ my g19 the groupings are a little high...any reason?

Did a ball and dummy drill and my flinching seems to be minimal...just can't figure out why my shots are high.

Sweet CZs...I might be sold on getting one...they look "tacticool"...especially w/ a light

4eyed_Sam
04-09-2012, 19:26
Are you using the stock plastic sights?

Here is my experience with the stock plastic glock sights........

If you line up the dot in the center of the U, you will shoot a little high.

If you line up the actual top of the sights, which slightly obscures the dot, it will bring the POI down a little bit.

Also, different ammo shoots different, at different distances POI will change etc......

Unless you are talking a huge difference between POI/POA, I wouldn't worry about it. Most of the time people change POI with different height sights.

No...they're a different type...its like a big dot on the front sight and the rear has a line horizontally...i like that type of setup compared to a 3 dot sight...thats how the gun came...

Got it at a gunshow in Robstown,TX...has a night insert in the front sight...for $489 :)

Italian 9x21
04-12-2012, 04:41
http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=224442&stc=1&d=1334227114