Nah..... that's not a naked CZ82. THIS is a "naked" CZ82:
Notice the lack of import markings...
Did you spend any time working on the magazine release? That is my only complaint about the stock pistols. Both of mine required a 2 thumb death grip on the release button to start
to release the magazine, and then I had to drag
them out of the gun. Even then the mags would only release from the left side.
Now they will both freely
drop the magazines with a single finger push from either side. Almost makes it a totally different gun when you can easily
change the mags.
I understand the experimenting though. This is one of my Enfields that I refinished a couple years ago with "tool black". Not exactly bluing, and not exactly parkerizing - but it is a black oxide process that can be done cold. It holds an oil film pretty well, but not quite as well as parkerizing. Although a good part of that is because I bead blasted the gun instead of using aluminum oxide media.
Perhaps you might consider a "clear coat" (Gun Kote) to protect the metal and yet retain your look? Just thinking out loud....