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Im just curious what you all think of CZs here in the Ice Cream Capital of the world. Im the admin on the CZForum and an avid supporter of the Czech guns. I feel they are one of the best guns and values available just about anywhere. Ive had around 20 of them and carried most.

My favorite CCW is the PCR and 40B.
My favotite all around target/home defense/ccw is the CZ75B 9mm SA
My wifes favorite gun......bar none is the 97B.

What are your thoughts......I also love sigs, 1911's, BHP's and ALOT of other guns and I think they are all great.......

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I had never heard of the CZ's until a week ago or so, when I ran across thehighroad.com and a lot of people there praised them. I researched them a little online and read what I could. But I've never seen them for sale around here. Do you know where they are sold? If they're as nifty as I've heard, it might be a good investment.
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Gunnies has them once in a while, Van Wagenens on occasion too.....for a solid lead try Get some guns in Murray, Totally awesome guns in Kearns or my safe......we have shoots once in a while in the desert and 75% of the guns we take are CZ's........Ive had 19 of them over the years.

They are worth every penny they cost.........times two.

Shoot one and youll be hooked...........incredible deal.

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I've heard nothing but good things about the CZ pistols, and I might get another one some day. But I bought a CZ-85 in the early 90's, (the CZ-85 is like a CZ-75, but with ambidextrous safety and slide levers). It was used, and I thought I was getting a great deal because of the price. But I kind of got snookered. The SA trigger pull was horrible. It had lots of creep, and came to a stop just before letoff, and then a very light pull would drop the hammer. I just couldn't keep it that way. If that happened to me today, I'd just take it to a gunsmith (as I did with another gun that had a similar problem) and have it fixed. But at the time, money was a problem and so I just sold it.

We all wish for do-overs now and then, don't we? On the other hand, I still have (and enjoy) the Ruger P89 I replaced it with.
 
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