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The 40 is a totally different animal. Mine (9mm] is silky smooth, deadly accurate and I would trust my life with it no question. I don’t think it’s ever misfired or had any other problem that I can recall. Never owned a SIG 228 so I can’t compare.I had one in .40, a two-tone model, didn't really care for it all that much.
Although the ergonomics were very nice, and it fit my hand like a glove, I never really did cozy up to it.
The metal finish was a bit crude, the DA trigger was horrible, and the SA trigger wasn't anything special either.
I can say it was very reliable, never had a jam or other malfunction, but it had what I can only describe as a "trigger slap" that made it uncomfortable to shoot after a few mags, and those were post-ban 10 rounders too.
I currently have a Jericho 941 (stainless with a single action trigger) which is essentially a CZ75 clone, it even takes CZ mags.
The trigger action is so much better, the difference is like night and day.
I like this one so much better than the original CZ, but it's not my favorite 9mm, that still remains my SIG 228.
Yeah, I've seen a few .40s here and there ONLINE but never in a gun shop that was selling CZs. Same with the 97, too, onlyThey make a Target Sport Orange in .40 S&W... I've seen one only ONCE in the flesh.
They do sell action kits now. They have some good support videos that I used when installing a cajun kit in my pcr.Apex kit? Never heard of that for a CZ 75.
The Kadet was nicely made but I quickly sold mine as it fouled up the action of my 75B that I was using for competitions. I got tired of cleaning the damn thing all the time. I suppose if I had just a dedicated lower for the Kadet that would be ideal.Kadet .22 adapter - looks nice, but is it really worth $400+ ? Thats thousands of rounds of 9mm to break even.
I have one of their redhead premier O/U’s with 28 in barrels I use to shoot trap. It’s just a little above entry level O/U pricing but it’s worked flawlessly for me.. I’ve shot easily 3k rounds out of it. Only regret was not ordering the longer barrel model.tell me more about their shotguns? I love their handguns and rifles and I have a lot of them in my safe, but no shotguns.
i keep thinking I want to try shooting clays, so tell me about CZ O/U’s
I have a Cz tactical or sport. And also an Italian 92. I picked up the CZ in a trade. It is an amazing gun. Possibly the best trigger I have ever experienced. And that includes some high end 1911s it is actually on par with my Pardini 22.Depends on the Beretta, the last 92X I dry fired was a quantum leap ahead of a regular stock 92. No f***ing creepy as f*** SA trigger. I think they also make a decock only version in regular production.
I still think that even then a CZ is a better deal overall, though.
Yes! I love my 455 Tacticool!Everyone out of the way! CZ fanboy coming through!
I love love love my CZs! I currently own a P09, P01, 75B converted to SAO and otherwise worked over by Cajun (Amazing and worth the money), a Kadet kit that's absurdly accurate and very reliable, and I've owned a Shadow 2 and Shadow in the past. Like everyone else has said, the ergos are great, they shoot flat, and aftermarket is decent and full of high quality options.
I know you're probably looking at pistols for the most part, but their rifles are great too. Their 22s are fantastic and of excellent build quality. I don't think there's anything close in the price range and a ways beyond. The 452s are outstanding if you can find one, and I'm in love with my 457 MTR. I have less experience with their center fire rifles, but the 527s are a ton of fun and rugged.
Buy a CZ. Buy many CZs.