I just noticed an interesting term being used on a CZ 75 Compact with rail for sale. The ad describes one of the pistol's features as having a "safety stop on hammer". What exactly does this term mean? I can't seem to recall ever having heard it used, at least not with reference to the CZ 75. This particular CZ 75 Compact has a steel frame and ambidextrous safety levers.
Yessir,12131, that's the one. Even though I don't have use for the rail itself, I really like the looks of the pistol's side profile compared to the standard CZ 75 Compact. Does anyone have a pic to show what this railed version looks like from the front?
We own a P-01 and it is an excellent shooter. Ours is aluminum frame and not rare. The excellent ergonomics of the CZ 75 variants is what distinguishes them. They feel great in our hand. The down side is that slide riding inside the frame makes racking it somewhat difficult for us.
Hey thanks! It's too bad that VZ is behind the ball on this one. They do offer the palm swell on the full size CZ, but not the Compact. I've been waiting on them for some time now, but they still don't offer it.
Since LOK has it, then LOK it is. Thanks again.
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