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Over 45 years chasing guns and I've never owned a CZ before, last week I bought a Tactical Sport Orange in 9mm.
Wasn't really in the market for a new one, but you know how that goes.
LGS is a big CZ shop and the owner is always singing their praises and I have heard great things about them elsewhere/everywhere.
Always had a Hi Power around so never really thought about a 75 and while the PCR does tickle my interest, but I have my 225's.
So anyway I ended up with a TSO.
Then I'm reading, and rereading, the thread about Red Dots on pistols... http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...0601935/m/5920021654
And I started thinking about the Delta Point Pro I have that's basically sitting unused in the back of the safe...
So now the mounting plate from CZ is on the way and I anxiously await my new pistol to be released from Maryland paperwork jail.
I do plan on shooting it a bit with the irons before I take it to have the RDS put on.
So a twofer...never had a CZ before and never had a pistol with optic before.
We'll see how it goes.

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Posts: 206 | Location: Maryland | Registered: February 25, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Congrats on the new purchase!
 
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I was supposed to go pick up a CZ this afternoon. Got behind so it will have to wait till later this week. Also in Maryland jail.

I went the other side of the $$$ spectrum CZ wise. P10 C. 325 used like new. Feels like a better Glock 19. We shall see.

You will enjoy yours. My buddy has one it is nice.
 
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You bought a supercar Smile My TSO ruined my other handguns for me, the trigger is amazing.




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We need some pics.
 
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Nice! I picked one up back in January after my local fun store got in 8 of them! I really need to shoot it soon.

 
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Do you do everything with that kind of gusto?

“Hey guys I bought a Ford. I should be picking up my new Ford GT tomorrow.” Smile

I have always wanted to sample one of CZ’s high end offerings. Enjoy.


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I bought a Sphinx SDP a few years ago on a similar lark. It has been a fantastic gun, but it has whet my appetite for for CZ. I think there's a decent chance that my next handgun purchase will be a CZ, but I don't know which one.
 
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Love mine in 40! Picked mine up the same way. Went to the gun shop for something, browsed the case and took it home.




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Every few months I look online for one. I haven't had any luck. I want one in 9mm. The ones I do find they want full MSRP on them. I won't do that. I'll luck into one some day. Congrats.
 
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Congrats! If you’re goin’ in, might as well be all in, right? Cool I know you’ll enjoy her.


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congratulations. jumping in to the deep end of the CZ pool


Think of it as evolution in action
 
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CZs are dead on accurate and extremely reliable.
 
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Congrats your going to love it. I have a PCR, P-01, a Phantom (the polymer Czech army gun) and an Sp-101 Tactical. Honestly, the little one shoot as big as the big ones which isn't a bad thing because the big ones shoot about as good as it gets. Reliable and one ragged hole accurate.
You will love your Orange, and i am willing to bet that no way do you not get another CZ after you shoot it !!
 
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Originally posted by Blue Dog:
We need some pics.


Yeah, I knew that would come up as soon as I got home and remembered that I forgot to take a pic or two at the store.
Pics as soon as I pick it up.
I'm really excited about taking this one out for a spin (and that was even before I got all the pro CZ feedback).
Thanks guys!
 
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You might want to change the thread title. I suggest something like, "Bought My First CZ". They seem to be addictive.


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TSO released from paperwork jail yesterday, the mounting plate arrived on Tuesday and I had the Delta Point Pro.
Some assembly required.
I plan on shooting it some before I have the optic mounted.
 
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I have a TSO on order from my LGS..... says they are hens teeth currently.... you lucked out.

No offense meant with this question... curious why you didn't go with the frame mount for optics from the Custom Shop store ?



 
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I also have a TSO and I went with the frame mount for the optics. The downside is that you have to remove the rear sight or take the frame mount off to remove the slide. I have not mounted my optics yet, but this is what I have learned along the way.


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Basically, I just prefer the looks of the optic mounted on the slide even with the advantages of the frame mount.
I'm a plinker and really don't shoot nearly as much as I would like to, so the speed back on target and the life span of the optic don't figure in for me.

I do have a question for you about the TSO magazines.
Mine seem to be missing a locking plate to hold the mag base securely onto the mag, see pic. Are the ones for yours the same?
Every other mag I have seems to have a locking feature for the mag base.

 
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