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Wow....... what a great gun. I picked this up Monday from a buddy of mine. I traded a Trijicon dual illuminated RMR and $150. I have $450 total into the gun and it is a hell of a shooter. Here she is dressed up in new grips that arrived today.





 
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Yes! I bought a P-07 last year, it is excellent. My brother in law has a SA/DA 75B that is also a great shooter. I couldn't be happier with mine. Yours looks great.
 
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Congratulations! CZ is my favorite firearm manufacturer and may become yours as well. I currently own several including a CZ 75B DA/SA 9mm with a Kadet Adapter II .22 LR conversion unit. While a bit pricy, I highly recommend the Kadet unit as a compliment to any CZ 75 pistol. The unit is of the highest quality and I believe it to be the finest .22 conversion kit currently available for any pistol. Enjoy your new CZ 75!

CZ 75 Kadet Adapter II custom threaded by Tornado Technologies
 
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Nice! Who makes the grips?
 
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I have a CZ PO1 and a CZ83. The PO1 is an awesome pistol. The CZ83 is the most accurate and reliable .380 that I have ever fired.
 
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I have a CZ 75B SA I bought used with unknown round count. I've put around 7,000 rounds through it with one malfunction (stovepipe), aside from blazer aluminum it will malfunction every other round with that crap. It is one of my favorites, extremely accurate, well balanced, great ergonomics, etc. etc.
 
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All my CZs are decockers except for the P10s ( I gave it a pass). They are TERRIFIC guns to hold and shoot.
Navy Corps Man, Congrats on your CZ. You will be very happy.
 
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Welcome to the addiction errr club!

They are some excellent pistols!
 
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Have a stock Shadow 2 as well as a standard 75B and a SP01, The last two were sent to Cajun Gun Works last year for action jobs and fiber optic sights.

You want to REALLY get spoiled? Do a Cajun tune on yours. Really transforms the gun into something special.
 
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Great pistol. Highly regarded and still under rated. Just beware, like 1911s or glocks, tuning, customizing, and general tinkering can take you down a deep rabbit hole.


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Big fan here--I have 3 CZs so far; CZ-75B Omega, 75 SP-01 Tactical, and P-01 Omega. They are all great shooters and feel like they used my hand to design the grip. Enjoy!



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Congratulations shipmate! I have 3 75s, a Shadow 2 and a Scorpion. The 75s are some fine shooting weapons!


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Have a stock Shadow 2 as well as a standard 75B and a SP01, The last two were sent to Cajun Gun Works last year for action jobs and fiber optic sights.

You want to REALLY get spoiled? Do a Cajun tune on yours. Really transforms the gun into something special.


You're really tempting me. I have always liked the look of the satin S/S CZ 75, and I started browsing their site after reading your post and Cajun gun works has one in stock that looks to be SA only and done up by them...…..
 
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Congrats! You will love it!
 
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That's cool. I always wanted a SAO 75.
I have a 75B DA/SA with safety, P01, and P09.
 
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Very nice, congrats.
I have a love/hate for CZ's. Love how they shoot but hate the curved trigger on most CZ's. That flat trigger looks nice.


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oh, that's pretty.



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Congrats! My 75sa shoots as well as my 1911s.
 
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CZ Shadow 2 converted to SAO and with a Cajun Gun Works trigger, LOK palm swell bogie grips, SureFire X300 and a MecGar 19rd mag for night matches.



CZ TSO .40 with LOK palm swell bogie grips, CZ Custom oversized safety and +3 magazine extensions setup for USPSA Limited Major. I didn’t like the thumb test “gas pedal” and since the mags no longer lock the slide back, I went to a pin only.

Yes, I am a CZ fan! Next one will be a P-07 or P-01.




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I have a P-07 and Scorpion that I like a lot, but the TSO is another beast all together.
 
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