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Any CZ fans here? Recently picked up a P07 suppressor ready and 75D compact/PCR.

How do you lube the slide? Just oil or grease with oil floater?
 
Posts: 1870 | Registered: June 15, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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My steel-on-steel CZ 75's receive oil only. As for the polymer P07, I suspect a Glock-like lubrication protocol would be in order.
 
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I'm a big fan. P-07's are one of the most slept on guns of the modern era. My current go-to's are the P-10C's.


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One of the most slept on guns? lol What does that mean? Underrated, underfoot, under pillow?
 
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I use TW25 on my 75BD and my PCR. I don't see any unusual wear and no malfunctions of any sort.
 
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I have a 75D PCR with Cajun Gun Works Pro kit installed, Dawson night sites, and checkered LOK grips. The DA/SA trigger is exceptional. I lube the frame rails with slide glide lite and put a little oil in a few other places. It’s my first CZ 75 series gun and I am finding the ergonomics to be superb for my hands.


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Posts: 2398 | Location: Middle-TN | Registered: November 05, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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SP-01 Shadow built at the CZ Custom shop. Simply amazing to shoot!


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Posts: 628 | Location: NW Ohio but Montana is always home. | Registered: September 30, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I tend to randomly alternate grease and oil on my PCR/P01/BD guns.
But you gotta do full Cajun Gun Works with all the bells and whistles you can get. Moves a great gun into the semi-custom range (IMHO).
Congratulations on the new addiction.
 
Posts: 772 | Location: Baltimore, MD | Registered: March 29, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have a pcr.its a fantastic gun. Usually just use what ever gun oil I have on hand. Grease is nice since it doesn't tend to run and lasts longer.
 
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I have a 75B SA, 97B, SP-01. I use grease in the frame rails, oil on the rotating stuff. Enjoy! Awesome firearmsSmile
 
Posts: 422 | Location: Michigan | Registered: November 22, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I’ve got an early 85 (pre-B) and it’s a good all steel gun. I usually use a little Mobil 1 synthetic grease on the frame rails.

I use the same on most guns.
 
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Happy owner of a 75B, 75 TS and a 97B. All of them get a drop of Corrosion X on the rails and pivot/bearing points.
 
Posts: 87 | Location: SW VA | Registered: January 25, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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'08 75 compact. I lube with multi-purpose lithium grease from harbor freight. I just fill an old shooter's choice syringe.
 
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I have one CZ handgun a basic, polished blued CZ75B, and four 452 .22 rifles, so yes I'm a fan.


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Have a tactical P09, it's a big firearm, fun to shoot, thought about doing a Cajun upgrade.

Also have a Shadow 2, the fit finish and function of the Shadow is amazing.

Would like an Accushadow 2....



 
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Light Slip2000 grease on the rails of my P-07.


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I have several of their all-steel pistols, but my older CZ Custom 75 T-SA remains my favorite. Typically use grease on rails, Mobil 1 oil on the rest of the usual lubrication points.


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The wife and I both have CZ P01 with the CGW Pro kit installed. Both CZ are great. I use TW 25 on the slides and Hoppies oil on the rest.
 
Posts: 35 | Location: Southwestern Ohio | Registered: September 15, 2021Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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CZ P10S here but I've had other models as well.
Oil does the job.


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My Scorpion and Shadow enjoy a splash of Slip 2000 EWL.
 
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