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Much better. :) Nice heater.
 

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I've got a fully Cajunized SP-01 and am waiting (and waiting and waiting...) on a Target Sport Orange.

Awesome guns.
If you're not on there already, get on the list a Grabagun. I saw the notice that they were in a few weeks back, the problem is you'd better be prepared to act the minute the email comes in. These things don't last long - as in mere hours.
 

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If you're not on there already, get on the list a Grabagun. I saw the notice that they were in a few weeks back, the problem is you'd better be prepared to act the minute the email comes in. These things don't last long - as in mere hours.
I would, but only paying dealer cost makes it worth the wait......
 

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I was in the market for a Beretta 92 a year ago and stumbled across a CZ75 SP-01 Suppressor Ready Tactical in Urban Gray. I'm so happy that I did...Awesome weapon...A little trigger and spring work and it's now one of my favorite pistols to shoot...This will not be my last CZ...
 

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I’m a huge CZ fan, have P01 Omega, PCR ( both with pro package from CGW) SP01T and P09. The ergonomics fit me well and I like the DA/SA trigger mechanism, especially for carry.

Also a huge DW fan as well, with a Specialist Commander and TCP.

CZ markets some fine firearms. Am happy they are reportedly opening up a production facility in the US
 

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Had four two built by CGW. Sold the SP01 and 75B to fund a Brazos 2011. Still have a Tactical Sport which is amazing for a factory gun and have a PCR.
 

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Back in the early 90's I owned a brand new CZ 75 (pre B) which was fantastic. The double action trigger pull was relatively short (for double action), silky smooth, and light (probably about 6 lbs). And it was super reliable and super accurate. It was so reliable that it kept on functioning even after I got some sand on the slide rails during a firearms qualification course that I was shooting on a sand filled range and it was raining at the time.

I stupidly sold that pistol back in the mid 90's and CZ stopped importing them. Since then they only import the inferior CZ 75B which has a longer, heavier double action trigger pull that has a stage break halfway in the trigger pull. :mad: I bought one of the newer CZ 75B models because I miss that CZ 75 pre B and this new one is in the polished stainless finish. Crappy trigger pull aside, the new B model is just as accurate and reliable as the old, and much better pre B model. I also have to admit that the Compact P01 SDP with the Cajun Works improved trigger and night sights looks very tempting. I had a regular Compact P01 model and it felt great in my hand, but, that double trigger was total crap. It was super long and super heavy (probably 9lbs pull). I've read that the Cajun Works model has a much better, lighter pull weight and smoother trigger pool. I may have to get one. Unfortunately, they're difficult to find brand new because they only produce a few at a time.
 

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Lots of great guns!

I am planning on a Shadow 2 fully cajonized. Then looking to build out something a little smaller to carry and canonizing as well I think.

I can buy at cost as well.

My shadow 2 price is $950
 

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You are good company if you like the various CZ 75s'. Col. Cooper also liked them also. The CZ 75 also inspired the Bren Ten.
 

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i had a cz75bd police and a cz 40. great guns never had a problem with them...some CZ love from CZ custom shop...
 

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Slight thread hijack here, but if I am looking at a CZ and like smaller guns, do I want a RAMI or just a compact 75?
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At last count, the 1911's around here numbered 23 but the CZ may be next in line. First thought I wanted a 75 Compact but saw some at a recent gunshow and thought the full size actually felt better in the hand. It will be a range gun, so I'm leaning toward the SA version. Any thoughts on DA vs SA?
 
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