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CZ75, 75b, 75 SAO - All Full-Size Pistols / Re: CZ 75 picture thread
« Last post by Blackwatch on Today at 08:13:21 AM »
Hey Blackwatch. Sitting in a pub and enjoying a Svijany beer prompted me to take another look at your original April post with more photos. I now notice that the frame appears to have the “plum” finish relatively common with blued Pre-Bs of that era. Also, as a 1980, that makes it one of the earliest Pre-Bs with serial range starting around 26000. Absolutely cool CZ 75.

Thanks Psyop96 - this one was made shortly after serial number 26999  :)
CZF RIMFIRES / Re: A guy walks into a pawn shop . . .
« Last post by Blackwatch on Today at 08:09:38 AM »
Go for can always sell the rifle down the road if you're not happy with it.
I would hope that's the case but I feel like I definitely would have noticed it before. the rest of the face is matte. Maybe I'll try to get some better pictures. Anyways, I'll try to shoot it again soon.
CZ SP-01 and variants / Re: Which color Shadow 2 grips look better?
« Last post by Rmach on Today at 07:53:45 AM »
Wow, only 5 votes so far?
General Discussion / Re: Anyone belong to The Scout Rifle Forum ?
« Last post by Old-Duckman on Today at 07:38:13 AM »
Well, fortunately, the good thing about forums one finds distasteful is the fact that participation is not mandatory.

I have a bit of a different view of the Scout Forum position.  I believe the members of that forum understand the concept and agree that to be a true "Scout", it must possess all the attributes described by Colonel Cooper when he formulated the concept.

They aren't saying that other rifles of other designs cannot accomplish the same things that a true "Scout" can accomplish.

They simply do not agree it is proper to call a rifle a "Scout" when all the original concepts are not present.  That is certainly their right.  After all, the forum was conceived by aficionados of the Scout, for the purpose of discussing the Scout.

It is no different than a group of cattlemen forming a forum to discuss Hereford cattle, and having a member join in and want to discuss Angus cattle.  They are both beef breeds of cattle, they are of similar size, etc., but an Angus steer is not a Hereford steer.  Doesn't mean the Angus isn't delicious when butchered, but it isn't a Hereford.  I see no reason why the Angus owner should be offended by this fact.

"You can put your boots in the oven, but it don't make 'em biscuits"

Agreed, well stated,respectful and polite. Thank you for your reasoned response.
New Members / Re: Hi from Canada!
« Last post by czsuby on Today at 07:29:49 AM »
Welcome from South Carolina.
CZ SP-01 and variants / Re: Magwell options for the Phantom?
« Last post by joedirt199 on Today at 07:22:32 AM »
I just sanded the inner bottom edge to give it a more forgiving conture to accept magazines faster. Plenty of meat there to work with.
CZ Center fire Rifles / Re: CZ-527 Varmint review
« Last post by Earl Keese on Today at 07:14:26 AM »
Nice review, congrats on the new rifle. Thanks for sharing.
General Firearms Discussion / Re: Sig P365
« Last post by Earl Keese on Today at 07:01:14 AM »
Inletman, what distance are you shooting your 365 and how far left are your groups?
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