Who carries a CZ?

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    Stay away from the CZ 40P. I learned that lesson.


    If I own another CZ it will be a P01 or a 75.

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    I picked up the CZ sickness a few years ago, and 5 CZ's later I think I have all the ones I want. On the other hand, I sure would love to complement my alloy 2075 with a decocker version - you know, to simplify training with the other decockers. It just makes sense, right?

    Seriously though, they do often require a bit of work to smooth out the action. I've run the gamut from just lots of dryfire and rounds down range, to home gunsmithing, to a full CZ custom shop action job with the competition hammer. The custom shop gun is amazing (one trainer I had called the SA trigger 'telepathic') but for carry I prefer a reduced spring kit (the cajun gun works one is good) and a light polish of the internals.

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    I carry a CZ P01 in a TTgunleather Phoenix Stronghold IWB holster. The P01 is a great carry weapon IMHO.
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    CZ85B in the left hand and CZ75B in the right. If I'm ever in a position where open carry is acceptable or necessary, the 75B will be riding the hip.

    Crossing one off the bucket list a few weeks ago. Probably wouldn't have shot as well if the pistols weren't 40+ oz. each. Stand by my opening statement of the video. Nothing is as sexy as a CZ, in my opinion.

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    Bought my wife a CZ RAMI 2075 BD in 9mm about a year ago pending her getting her CCW. Till she actually gets the class done I am the one who gets to carry it. I do carry it occasionally in a Sideguard double snap tuck (rides a little high for my taste) but it also fits every holster I have for my S&W M&P 40c. It is a GREAT shooter. The Quality is REALLY there.
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    Who carries a CZ?

    I will more than likely be getting a 2075 here soon as my first ccw gun. Looking forward to it!

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    I have a pair of SP-01 Tacticals in 9MM.....I'm not sure I could hide them as well as a K Frame Snub, but I'd like to hear more......Sandpiper


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    number 1 son in law got P-07 and Ive got about 200 rds through it...love to shoot this pistol..amazing reset on the trigger..making it possible to be very very good taping through a magazine...but I think it is butt ugly, however I now (after 200) believe it to be very functional albeit ugly...First plastic pistol I would own myself...

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    I'll be looking for a duty size 9mm soon and the 75 and P01 will be in the running. One daughter has a CZ100 and likes it alot. I understand it was the red headed step-child of CZ but I like it too.
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    Most under rated pistols out there.

    CZ SP-01 Tactical and CZ P-01



    The compact models make great carry pistols. The 75 compact models will give any Glock or M&P a run for its money.
    My P-01 is the most accurate pistol I own.

    5rds, 7 yds, off hand/standing.

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    Rebuttal ...

    Butt Ugly ??? It's handsome !!!

    Most underrated ... nope ... Bersa's take that title ( IMO ).

    Wish I could afford a CZ !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptSmith View Post
    number 1 son in law got P-07 and Ive got about 200 rds through it...love to shoot this pistol..amazing reset on the trigger..making it possible to be very very good taping through a magazine...but I think it is butt ugly, however I now (after 200) believe it to be very functional albeit ugly...First plastic pistol I would own myself...
    I know some people don't like the looks of the P-07.... I really like it, but it does seem to be an acquired taste. Shoots excellent though!
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    Here's my CZ75c with Omega Custom grips.

    omegagrips.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty View Post
    Here's my CZ75c with Omega Custom grips.

    omegagrips.jpg
    My wife has a satin nickel 75c with Walnut Marschal grips on it.
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    As long as we're sharing CZ pics....Here are a couple more wirh Omega Grips.....Sam is an artist.....Sandpiper









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