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I just purchased a CZ-75 SP-01. I put about 300 rounds through it yesterday and now I am in love. Great accuracy, superb ergos, sweet trigger, tritium sights, and 18+1 capacity :D

http://www.cz-usa.com/product_detail.php?id=73



Oh yeah, I sold my Glock 21 to buy this gun. Sorry Glock-whores :twisted:
 

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I have been eyeing teh CZ40B. CZ75 top with a 1911 lower style frame mnus the annoying grip safety.
 

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From what I have read, the CZ shooting team uses the SP-01 to much success. I hope to start shooting competitively and it looks like I picked a winner :D
 

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Nice gun! Come on up to standish Maine and let me try it out in the gravel pit. :)
 

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Google Maps says you don't exist :p
 

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Google maps hates you :D



Red circle is about where the gravel pit is
 

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Janq said:
What the fuck...no range report with pics of targets and such yet?! :D

- Janq
I have a few targets that I took home from my first trip out with the SP-01, but I am ashamed of my shooting :oops:

I plan on going to the range tomorrow, so hopefully I can bring home something to brag about.
 

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jamz said:
Google maps hates you :D

Red circle is about where the gravel pit is
Strangely, I saw this:

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CZ, Tanfolglio, and FEG are big sellers in Europe.
 

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The CZ-75 is like the 1911 of Europe from what I read. I never made it to the range yesterday, but I found out two of my uncles shoot more than I thought. One of them has a CZ-40 and loves it.
 

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Which CZ40? There is a CZ40B and CZ40P. I like teh 40B cause it has the 1911 type frame without the grip safety.


Id say the Hi Power is more the 1911 of Europe. Of course the Hi Power was the basis and inspiration for teh CZ75.
 

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Well, I know the CZ75 is still in service in a great number of places. I don't know if the Hi-Power still is. You're still right, Adler.

I am not too sure which model he has, but I think he said it's an earlier gun. Does that help?
 

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I think the brits were still using them up until very lately. But of course the 1911 is popular but not in widespread service and so is the Hi Power.


AS for teh CZ 40 they are both made around the same time. The 40B has teh 1911 shaped frame while the 40P is more like a CZ75DB with the rail system of the gun in this post.
 
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