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Linkpimp
04-24-2010, 2:10 AM
Hey team,
I just thought I would share with you my latest pistol, it a CZ 75 B 9mm.. I just picked it up out of DROSS today… I’ve read great things about the CZ line of pistols and for $400.00 I couldn’t resit it..

I really hope my son can shot it and he likes it.. I have a glock 40 that shoot like a dream…

Anyway thank you all for your time and have a great weekend everybody..

Link..




http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii195/TDC57/Misc%20photos/IMG_6806.jpg



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http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii195/TDC57/Misc%20photos/IMG_6809.jpg



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railroader
04-24-2010, 6:00 AM
Very nice. It looks like you got a good deal. Where did you find it for $400? Now you need to get some of the cz rubber grips which have a similar feel but they are non slip. Mark

goathead
04-24-2010, 6:11 AM
nice good deal

sd_shooter
04-24-2010, 7:04 AM
Congrats!

I have the exact same gun. I ended up installing the competition hammer, it greatly improves the single action trigger pull (Note: if I were to do it again, I would probably have a pro install it instead of doing it myself.) It's a great gun and there is tons of info online and good aftermarket support.

PatriotnMore
04-24-2010, 7:06 AM
Great choice, made to last, and very dependable.

bob_e95482
04-24-2010, 7:09 AM
I paid $400 for mine 10 years ago. Great deal for a great gun.

smittty
04-24-2010, 8:53 AM
Awsome gun! Another suggestion for the CZ rubber grips, they feel excellent! Also get the Kadet 22 LR conversion kit.

Smitty

FeuerFrei
04-24-2010, 1:01 PM
Great deal on a true classic!
Now go get the 22 conversion slide to shoot cheap ammo and you're done.

Notblake
04-24-2010, 10:40 PM
They are such great guns, let me know if you don't like it, I'll give you $400 for it! Needs some nill grips imo!

Linkpimp
04-24-2010, 11:18 PM
Very nice. It looks like you got a good deal. Where did you find it for $400? Now you need to get some of the cz rubber grips which have a similar feel but they are non slip. Mark

Hey cool thanks for the tip Mark.. got a link to the grips.. Actually I just Google it.. I'm kind of new to the CZ's so I'm looking forward to seeing what goodies are out there for it..

Thanks man..


Congrats!

I have the exact same gun. I ended up installing the competition hammer, it greatly improves the single action trigger pull (Note: if I were to do it again, I would probably have a pro install it instead of doing it myself.) It's a great gun and there is tons of info online and good aftermarket support.

Very cool.. thanks for the advise on the trigger.. I actually went to fire line tonight here in HB and shoot a few hundred rounds through her.. WOW.. its a GREAT pistol but I do have a long trigger pull.. other than that thou I'm really happy with it..

I'm taking it out again tomorrow to shoot some metal plates at angles..

The more practice time I have with it the better I'll be with it..

Hopefully.. Hahahaa..



Great choice, made to last, and very dependable.

Thanks for the confirmation.. Everything I read about the CZ line has been impressive.. but you know how it is, reality is always different..


I paid $400 for mine 10 years ago. Great deal for a great gun.

Cool... so it holds it value well.. I wish I could say the same thing about my car and my wife.. Hahaaa..



Awsome gun! Another suggestion for the CZ rubber grips, they feel excellent! Also get the Kadet 22 LR conversion kit.

Smitty

WOW.. Wait a minute.. They make a 22 LR for it!.. I got to goggle that one.. the Grips I'll be looking into as well..

Thanks.. Big time thank you!..



Great deal on a true classic!
Now go get the 22 conversion slide to shoot cheap ammo and you're done.

Yah.. I'll be checking in the 22 con for it.. I had know idea.. You guys are the greatest.. thanks..


They are such great guns, let me know if you don't like it, I'll give you $400 for it! Needs some nill grips imo!


Well luckily I had the opportunity to put a few hundred rounds through it a few hours ago and Yep.. It’s a keeper.. I'm going to look into the grips and 22 con for it.. I had now idea.. Now if I can only find some Trijicon sights for it...

Man that would be to cool..

traptrix
04-24-2010, 11:39 PM
$400 was a great price MSRP is over $600
I have a 75B it now has Hogue grips and I have the Kadet kit for it that's the .22LR conversion. czcustom.com is the place for parts. I had my Kadet kit 2 days after I spoke to them and that was with slow shipping.

loosewreck
04-25-2010, 1:41 AM
I paid $400 for mine 10 years ago. Great deal for a great gun.

That's what I was thinking.

railroader
04-25-2010, 9:49 AM
http://czcustom.com/ Here's the website for all the cz goodies. Mark

jonnyt16
04-25-2010, 6:15 PM
And for killer CZ grips look here... http://www.czgrips.us/grip_gallery.htm

These will be on my CZ 75B soon

http://www.czgrips.us/images/P-121%20checkEbony.jpg

mblat
04-25-2010, 6:43 PM
Hey cool thanks for the tip Mark.. got a link to the grips.. Actually I just Google it.. I'm kind of new to the CZ's so I'm looking forward to seeing what goodies are out there for it..


http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct/?productNumber=395233

It really helps.

Also, get and install Wolffs recoil springs. Especially if you are planning to use to shoot +p rounds. Comm block springs always has had a reputation for being weak. My cz would constantly fail to eject BEFORE I have changed the springs.

Otherwise - it is congrats on the GREAT gun.