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Old 10-03-2009, 12:47 AM   #1
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Default Bought a new pistol today!

I've wanted this for a WHILE!!! It's a CZ 75B in nickel (tannish color) 9mm 16+1 cap. Can't wait to get to the range.

The first thing I did was disassemble and clean. I did not know they had such a short guide rod......The sights are fixed and glow green when they are 'charged' with light......strange.

Any experience with this pistol? Me likey alot!!

I'll get some pictures up soon. Right now my digital is filled up and acting weird. Range report to follow next week hopefully...if I can find more ammo.

Thanks!!

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Old 10-03-2009, 02:43 AM   #2
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Gojubrian,
Congrats!! on the newest member to your arsenal.
I for one, would like to see those pics & hear about the range report
especially since I don't know much about CZ's.

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I had one for a couple of years. It was outstanding, flawless and accurate. Since you're a pistolero, I think you'll love it.

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I feel that the CZ line of firearms is a very good lineup from bottom to top. I am seriously interested in how well you shoot with it, Goju!

Please post some pics and a Range Report as soon as you can.

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I've had a couple and they are nice guns and very well made. Never kept one as I'm spoiled by the 1911 trigger...

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Thanks everyone! I feel it's one of the best 9mm's ever made. It'll probably be next week before I can get to the range. Looking forward to it!

Mine is in satin nickel.

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Excellent choice, Goju! I had a CZ 75 DB and sold it to fund some other stuff, I miss it like hell. I'm going to get another one at some point, it was a really good gun.

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I honestly know nothing about them but they just look goofy to me. Maybe shooting one would change my mind. Congrats on the purchase, get some pics up when you get a chance.

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Also looking forward to pics of the new piece with the interesting finish.

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Had a little fun with the camera today, but they're not the best of quality. I'm not good at it and my camera is old. But nevertheless, here they are.







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