CZ75 good and bad

CZ75 good and bad

This is a discussion on CZ75 good and bad within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm interested in a cz75. I have beretta's, a baby eagle, and rugers and would like to extend my collection. Comments?...

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    CZ75 good and bad

    I'm interested in a cz75. I have beretta's, a baby eagle, and rugers and would like to extend my collection. Comments?


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    All good only bad is one leads to wanting another. Seriously as I like to say, CZ will ruin you for other guns. A simple google search will show you very few if any people saying anything negative about CZ.
    Those are my principles, and if you don't like them.....well, I have others.

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    Yeh its amazing how you do not even contemplate replacing a CZ with anything else.
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    As the current owner of 5 I can't think of 1 bad thing to say about the.
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    Good guns and they point great!

    Personally, the gun was designed around the 9MM, so I would stay with that caliber.

    EAA Witness is also a good choice (the TZ-75 is an improved copy of the CZ-75).
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    CZitis- no cure has been discovered yet.

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    It depends on what you consider bad and what consider just annoying. Magazines are a bit pricey. Aftermarket items are harder to find. Holsters used to be in that category too but I've seen a big improvement in that over the last few years.

    As for the guns good points, after reading the preceeding comments, I think you get the picture.
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    Also check out the Sar and Canik 55 CZ Clones. They have better stock triggers and can be found for hundreds less than the CZ. They are sold under EAA, CAI, and Tristar importers.
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    CZ75 good and bad

    I beg to differ, but agree to a certain point that aftermarket parts are not as vast as for .... Glock, M&P, 1911 , and the like , but they are there :

    MecGar can be had $20-$25 used, $30 new. In line with many, cheaper than Kahr :-)

    CGW , CZC , etc sells goodies and smith service

    Holster -- we have good stuff from Milt Sparks, HBE, also Highnoon, UBG, BladeTech , etc... And some brand named mass-production.

    Sights : Dawson / Mepro ... Not everyone but choices are there .

    Grips: Hogue, VZ, Hakan, and a few others...

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    If you get CZed you will smile every trip to the range. Don't get caught smiling at the range - it causes you to buy more CZ's. If you buy another CZ you will smile more - don't get caught smiling more - you will eventually go broke but you will have a lot of CZ's.
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    and don't let other people at the Rnage shppt your CZ.

    They will want one badly after that!

    The CZ75/75B will be heavier to carry than say a P-01 or PCR, RAMI or even a P-07.

    Stainless versions can turn out to be wonderful.


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    The only bad thing about CZ, that I can think of, is that I don't own enough of them.
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    Hard to find a CZ these days. Impossible to find a used one because nobody will get ride of'em..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit212 View Post
    All good only bad is one leads to wanting another. Seriously as I like to say, CZ will ruin you for other guns. A simple google search will show you very few if any people saying anything negative about CZ.


    Amen to that brother. I have been shooting for 40+ years and and have owned almost everything that goes 'BANG!' The CZ is without a doubt the best handgun I have ever fired. I ran the target back after the first mag it it was the tightest group I had EVER fired. They are test fired with S&B ammo, also made in the Czech Republic, so pick some up. It is pretty cheap and as reliable as ANY machine can be.

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    Ditto all of the above. CZ75 is probably one of the greatest guns ever made!
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