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I had Cajun do a pro package, new sights, crown(I know), bushing, alum grips, on my 75. Had them make sure that it would work with my Kadet Kit, believe that required a heavier mainspring than if not using the Kadet. The end result is a very nice gun that is more fun to shoot. I never enjoyed the stock trigger shape or slap that mine had. Cajun has a well deserved reputation, and I would use again without hesitation.
 
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I have the P07 “Tactical” in the Urban gray with a threaded barrel and I’m not gonna change a thing. Low cost, easy to shoot, accurate as heck, and it ain’t bad on the eyes! I’m more impressed than I originally was!
 
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You guys are really tempting me to pick up a pro kit for my 75 BD.


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Snagged a like new in box CZ 75 D PCR. I'll post some pics when it arrives and I can get a Range day. Too snowy now...hopefully we warm up next week.

The alloy framed, smaller model appealed to me as a carry piece. Twenty seven ounces empty, so still reasonably light, Fourteen rd mags, so good capacity.

I think now I may be done for awhile. Have the Shadow 2, my 75B, the PO1 and now the compact. So I'm pretty much satisfied CZ wise.
 
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I may have to get a P07 to go along with my P09 after looking at these two.



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I had Cajun do a pro package, new sights, crown(I know), bushing, alum grips, on my 75. Had them make sure that it would work with my Kadet Kit, believe that required a heavier mainspring than if not using the Kadet. The end result is a very nice gun that is more fun to shoot. I never enjoyed the stock trigger shape or slap that mine had. Cajun has a well deserved reputation, and I would use again without hesitation.


I just got my notification from Cajun to send in a gun. I was going to send the PO1, but I barely have 300 rds through it. And the trigger isn't too bad. May wear in and improve?

I think I'll send in the 75 B as I have shot it enough that I thinks its about as good as it will get. Probably go for a pro package and a bushing install. Just need to figure out which hammer style.

When it rains it pours. Cajun e mails me today, bought the 75 D PCR yesterday! LOL.
 
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They will call when it is on the bench and finalize order with your input. Had mine at the range Sat. Close to a 1911 trigger, imho. Makes me look accurate, and I am mediocre. I am spoiled now. I will say that the barrel fitment is tight and even a little tricky to remove for cleaning. Took me some patience upon cleaning the first few times. However, accuracy is definitely enhanced. Shot my 238, 938, and CZ. All 3 great and accurate guns. Best to you and your project.
 
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I just finished shooting my P-01 after having the trigger replaced with the 85 C "old style" trigger. 100% reliable. But after 25 years of striker fired pistols I find I still shoot my G19 like butter.

My P-01 will be a great nightstand gun, but I need a lot more practice to get ready for it. The gun is incredibly ergonomic.







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Since my initial post regarding my recently purchased CZ 75, I have also picked up an SP01 and a Shadow 2. Loving all three of them.

I'm in line over at Cajun Gun works, should be getting a notification within a few weeks to send them one of them. My new issue...WHICH one to send out for a make over?


The Shadow 2!!!!!!111!!
 
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Well, I shot the new Rami this AM finally. I probably put 100rds through it without a hick up. It’s a tiny gun, much slimmer to me than a P224 but close otherwise. There’s still enough mass there to keep recoil down. It was very accurate, I couldn’t shoot it quite as well as the P01 that CGW also built for me..but it’s a lot smaller. I suspect with some more practice I’ll do better.


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The CZ75 was on my short list when buying my first gun. Ended up getting a P6 trade in from Bud's instead. I did finally get the CZ though. Came in yesterday and I got the Kadet kit for it too. Can't wait to shoot it. Big Grin


Baron Flynt--I've shot a Kadet in bullseye matches for years. You won't be disappointed. Don't go lower than a 17 lb hammer spring in your 75 frame, clean the breech face, chamber, and firing pin channel every 500 rounds or so, use light oil on the slide rails, and shoot it.

I'm getting close to 50k rounds through mine.

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Originally posted by FN in MT:
Since my initial post regarding my recently purchased CZ 75, I have also picked up an SP01 and a Shadow 2. Loving all three of them.

I'm in line over at Cajun Gun works, should be getting a notification within a few weeks to send them one of them. My new issue...WHICH one to send out for a make over?


The Shadow 2!!!!!!111!!


The S2 is pretty darned SWEET as it is. I think with some more break in, it will get nothing but better. Plus for the price paid...I hate to throw another $400+ into it.

Have a SIG 220 in 10mm that needs a trip to Robert Burke, that takes priority right now.

I think I'm going to send the 75B as I like it a lot. It's been shot enough to be broken in, and I like it for steel Challenge. It could use a better trigger. I already added better sights.

I'll break in the other two while it's gone, then send off another at some point. No the Shadow 2 is not in need of much. It's awfully nice out of the box.
 
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I agree--CZ's are very nice.
I have a CZ dealer close by--great selection and custom shop pistols.
https://czcustom.com/new-firea...pistols-custom.html/
Rifles are also nice but $$. CZ455 Tacticool
http://cz-usa.com/product/cz-4...lack-laminate-stock/


WHOA!!... So, after a brief view here, I was immediately drawn to the following...
CZC ACCU Shadow BLK
CZ 75 Tactical Sport Orange
CZ 75 TS Czechmate 9mm (without optic)
CZ 75 CTS LS-P SA/DA 9mm Black
CZ PCR PRO-TEK 1 Black

Beautiful pistols!


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https://czcustom.com/new-firea...75-czc-custom-4.html


Ahhh, 357 Sig shows up.


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I received a back in stock notification email this morning from Grab A Gun. The grey Shadow 2 was back in stock. When i clicked on the link, they had one left. Shortly there after they had none left!


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I received a back in stock notification email this morning from Grab A Gun. The grey Shadow 2 was back in stock. When i clicked on the link, they had one left. Shortly there after they had none left!


Congrat's!! Prepare to be dazzled.
 
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I received a back in stock notification email this morning from Grab A Gun. The grey Shadow 2 was back in stock. When i clicked on the link, they had one left. Shortly there after they had none left!


Congrat's!! Prepare to be dazzled.


I have a black one, I never thought I'd see a grey one. May have to sell the black one. I don't k ow if I can justify having 2!


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There's also a nitrided version which is the best finish available.
 
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There's also a nitrided version which is the best finish available.


I've been told (via other forums) that all the Shadow 2's are nitrided. The frames are investment cast and sometimes have some small imperfections (I can testify to this from checkering their frames). The ones without any imperfections are sold as nitrided only (blue grips) and the other have the polycoat applied (currently black or urban grey). Therefore, all the Shadow 2 are nitride just some have additional coating.


 
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My 75 compact came in today. VERY nice. Used gun, stock, no changes. And a nice Garrett IWB, lined kydex holster.

Needs different sights though. Probably a FO front and something easier to see for a rear.

Good trigger on this guy too. Photos when I can do a better Range day. today the wind was 20 mph, barely able to keep a target up.

FN in MT
 
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