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Old 09-02-2007, 7:22 PM
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Default CZ SP-01 Tactical (pics)

Oh yeah, you know it - I opted to start with the Tactical instead of purchasing an "already done" non-Tactical at IA because I want to learn what it's like to have the weapon before and after I send it out to Angus (maybe!) for some work. I also think I want to do it one thing at a time, so I can learn what each and every change does for me. I think - nothing is written in stone in my life, take 'er as she comes.

First 100rds: fresh out the of box, dry as a bone, almost a bit of rust: ugly shooting, it was a waste of ammo even with a bit of oil squirted in at the range.

Second 200rds: cleaned, scrubbed, oiled and lovingly spruced up: smooth like buttah shooting, this trigger is really smoothing out quickly and this flat recoil spring is *fantastic*, it's more of a 'tug' instead of a 'snap' on three different JHP (the ones shown below).



The next one is with the handy guide that ccwguy here on calguns posted, I use it a lot and hand out photocopies at the range when I see some people struggling a lot.



(1024x768 is the largest photobucket.com allows uploaded, sorry)

One of the guys (employee) at the range is a CZ nut too, of course I let him shoot it -- poor guy, I think I saw a little drool in the corner of his big smile when he handed it back to me.
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It looks like a sweet gun! I'd have one already, but the really curved CZ trigger also found in the PCR and RAMI doesn't work for me. That's why I'm down to just the 75B.
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thats a sexy looking gun you got there.
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Looks like a great gun, with standard 19 round mags for everyone else in america.
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Yea losing 9 rounds really makes you cringe. Good looking gun though.
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Man I love CZ's./ I shouldn't have sold my CZ-82.
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poor guy? poor me!!!! I can't stop drooling.

What did it cost you, if I may ask?

Any chance you can post a pdf copy of the guide?
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Looks like a great gun, with standard 19 round mags for everyone else in america.

Photoshopped for a little spice, too bad I don't have a CZ 75.



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69Mach1, you wrote:
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More pics please.
Here are a couple photos of mine, which is wearing Nill grips:



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It looks like a sweet gun! I'd have one already, but the really curved CZ trigger also found in the PCR and RAMI doesn't work for me. That's why I'm down to just the 75B.
Interesting you mention that, it didn't even strike me to mention that -- I really like the new curved trigger. I guess it's the size of my hands in relation to the CZ family, but my trigger finger is always on the lower edge of the trigger; with my 75 BD I pinch my finger (more like squeeze it, not a hard pinch) between the end of the trigger and the guard, it's a bit annoying and I readjust my finger a lot upwards. With the 300rds on this SP-01 I never even noticed the same type of problem, my finger stays securely on that trigger and no pinch action is happening.
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Nice. I've been looking into getting a CZ SP-01 as well. It seems like that would handle recoil really well. Maybe when I'm done with school...
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Yea losing 9 rounds really makes you cringe. Good looking gun though.
...I guess. I lay out my mags and only load 5 per mag, using the binoculars to check my progress after each 5 shots and adjust accordingly to learn (working on 25m accuracy right now, what a chore!). Only when I'm on my last 50 or 100 rds do I load up to 10 and start doing some rapid fire at the 10m or 15m distance, rolling back to 7m to work on one-handed and single-offhand shooting with 5 round mags again at the end.
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What did it cost you, if I may ask?
I paid $595 (plus all the tax/DROS/etc.), which is a bit under MSRP by about $20 or so I think. The supercheap web places have it for $525 that I've seen (if they have it, everyone is out of stock on the Tactical), I bought it over the counter from Krausewerk -- shop locally and support your local FFL.

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It came with the standard, generic 75 guide -- there isn't a special one (at least not in my box) for this model; functionally it's identical to a 75 BD (except for the rightside ambi-decocker knob). Not that I'm going to try it, but it looks like I could swap parts in and out between the two without any problems. (slidestop, grips, mags, etc.)
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69Mach1, you wrote:Here are a couple photos of mine, which is wearing Nill grips:



Those Nill grips are amazing. Thanks for the photos.
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Here are a couple photos of mine, which is wearing Nill grips:
Fantastic pics, you're a Pro shooter in both ways - putting my photography attempts to shame. I'd love to have these in the Flickr group:

http://flickr.com/groups/czub/

(you have to 'join' the group to see some private photos) -- if you don't have Flickr or whatnot, PM me and I'd happily upload them - credit of course given, I'm not a thief - via my account. They're fantastic shots that should be shared.
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So in order to get this in CA, you need lower capacity mags, does anybody make them? Very sleek looking pistol, it may be my next handgun purchase if finding mags isnt an issue.
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So in order to get this in CA, you need lower capacity mags, does anybody make them? Very sleek looking pistol, it may be my next handgun purchase if finding mags isnt an issue.
Any pistol sold via FFL here in CA has to come with 10rd mags - the CZ's ship with two in the box, extras are around $35 from any internet retailer. Buyer Beware: I purchased 2 'Pro Mags' aftermarket brand and hate them, they sit on the shelf gathering dust. They have a warranty, I'll be sending them back in dissatisfaction some day.

An interesting note: on my 75BD mags, up in the bottom of the plastic plug is a number '1' - both stock mags and an extra I purchased. On the SP-01 the number is a '3', including an extra I have for it. (think like where you would see the plastic recycling number on a bottle)

I can detect no functional difference between the 1 and 3 models inside or out, the only thing I can think of is that the springs might be different? They seem to feel the same, though, and they work interchangeably between weapons. Maybe the 1 vs. 3 is just a manufacturing run identifier...? There isn't the usual 3-arrows-in-triangle symbol around them to denote it's a recycling value, but who knows.
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Buyer Beware: I purchased 2 'Pro Mags' aftermarket brand and hate them, they sit on the shelf gathering dust. They have a warranty, I'll be sending them back in dissatisfaction some day.
I have yet to read or hear of a single good thing about ProMag...
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Fantastic pics, you're a Pro shooter in both ways - putting my photography attempts to shame. I'd love to have these in the Flickr group:

http://flickr.com/groups/czub/

(you have to 'join' the group to see some private photos) -- if you don't have Flickr or whatnot, PM me and I'd happily upload them - credit of course given, I'm not a thief - via my account. They're fantastic shots that should be shared.
I make my photos available through my Pistol Wallpaper Pages. See: http://lundestudio.com/firearms.html

I also have Knife Wallpaper Pages now. See: http://lundestudio.com/knives.html
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rivviepop, you wrote:I make my photos available through my Pistol Wallpaper Pages. See: http://lundestudio.com/firearms.html

I also have Knife Wallpaper Pages now. See: http://lundestudio.com/knives.html
Holy cow -- tell me you don't actually own all of those weapons, you borrow them right? (or shoot for companies) Fantastic collection of pics, the clear level of detail at the hi rez tells me you must have one mighty fine camera and lighting setup.
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OK I dont take pictures well but here is the family. No tacticals but all CZ

52



RAMI




SP-01 a little tricked out by our own Kilword!



97-B



The family photo including the P-01



just the 75's



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How did you guys get your Tacticals?
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Is it just me, or does the front end of that gun look like it just got its wisdom teeth pulled, and its jowels are a little puffy?

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Okay, all this talk about CZ Tactical's got me goin'.....

Here's mine, a straight up CZ75b Tactical model wearing a set of custom-made Hakan grips.

P1010070 (Medium).JPG

P1010093 (Medium).JPG

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guess i'll play too
SP-01 = Yes
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hey ivan all you need now is a cz82
and also a regular 75B
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It just dawned on me, that none of my pistols are American!

1. CZ75B Tactical
2. CZ82
3. Bulgarian Makarov

My next one will be though - thinking about a Heritage Arms .22lr/.22M revolver.

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It just dawned on me, that none of my pistols are American!

1. CZ75B Tactical
2. CZ82
3. Bulgarian Makarov

My next one will be though - thinking about a Heritage Arms .22lr/.22M revolver.

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Look for a Colt new frontiier instead, single actions are exempt from the list and hold their value. Also I would get the Ruger Single Six or the High Standard 8 shot single action, before the heritage. The quality is better on the older guns. IMHO.
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How did you guys get your Tacticals?
Krausewerk's in San Mateo - he's a stocking dealer, I didn't even have to order my SP-01 Tactical. Last I was there on the shelf was: 97B, 75B, RAMI, and a P-01 (customer's, demo only) besides my new baby.
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hey ivan all you need now is a cz82
and also a regular 75B
City Arms has both an 83 and 75B on the shelf, what a way to round out the collection in one shot! (they also have an old 52, looks well used but OK shape)
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Hey leelaw - is that the match hammer on your SP-01 ya got there? Looks like a different trigger too...
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Krausewerk's in San Mateo - he's a stocking dealer, I didn't even have to order my SP-01 Tactical.
Ah. I was curious about that because the SP-01 Tactical is not on the drop list.

ETA: yes, that is a competition hammer on the SP-01, good eyes. Except for the 52, I replaced the stock hammer on all my CZs.
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Ah. I was curious about that because the SP-01 Tactical is not on the drop list.
...hence my desire to make sure I owned that weapon when I saw it on the shelf. I too was concerned but my DROS/background went without a hitch, I didn't think this weapon was legal in CA. *shrug*
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...hence my desire to make sure I owned that weapon when I saw it on the shelf. I too was concerned but my DROS/background went without a hitch, I didn't think this weapon was legal in CA. *shrug*
Check your DROS, it likely was run as "CZ SP-01" not at the Tactical model. It's a similar situation like the SA operator with the full length rail (approved) vs the new half-length (not approved). It's silly.
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Don't like the curvy trigger on Sp-01's, P-01's, rami's or other newer CZ-75 varients?


Just get an 85 trigger, it will drop right in and has an overtravel screw.
I would suggest getting a new trigger pin at the same time, sometimes the flair/swage on the end breaks off when you try to re-flare it.
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Thanks for the post and the pictures of your new addition. I'm currently anticipating the end of my 10-day wait to pick up my SP01 (thank you for the inspiration, Brady Bunch).
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Check your DROS, it likely was run as "CZ SP-01" not at the Tactical model. It's a similar situation like the SA operator with the full length rail (approved) vs the new half-length (not approved). It's silly.
Roger that, I'll check when I get home and see what it happens to say. Realistically there's nothing different except a spring, a decocker and some sights - I'm not too worried about it.
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Hey what do you guys think of these grips:



http://www.marschalgrips.com/?conten...ray-chek-light

I kinda like the look and they appear to be of good quality. I'm unsure though why they'd hollow the grips out to make them "light", is there a reason? $40 seems like a good deal for the quality of the grips they make, going by their gallery I bet they could charge $50 or $60 for them...
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