Author Topic: Can you mount a red-dot on a (1) regular cz-75 or (2) SP-01 without milling  (Read 875 times)

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Offline cz75bmb

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Can you mount a red-dot on a (1) regular cz-75 full-size or (2) regular SP-01
without milling/modifying the slide ?

Offline George16

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Yes. You can do that by using a dovetail mount.

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Is it a good plan to mount a rail-red-dot on this ?  (pistol red-dot)
https://czcustom.com/cz75-picatinny-rear-sight.html
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Offline George16

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It really depends on what you’re trying to accomplished and what you want to spend. For me, I’ll never use that type of mount since it’ll be too bulky and it also raises the height over bore.

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I am open to suggestions.  :)

Online Joe L

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Here is a Springer Precision dovetail mount on a 9mm 75B slide.  This works well for a range gun, a little clunky for anything else.  The sight is a Burris Fast Fire 3, 3 moa dot.



I have the same setup on 2 other CZ pistols.  They have been in use for 3-7 years, no problems.   All bullseye match guns. 

Joe
CZ-75B 9mm and Kadet, 97B"E", two P-09's, P-07, P-10C, P-10F

Offline JBruns

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I am open to suggestions.  :)
I'd recommend this one from CZC:
https://czcustom.com/multi-sight-base-shado-st-black.html

That one is for a Shadow 2, but they have other models. The nice thing about this one is it is steel. Most of these type mounts are made out of aluminum and it is easy to pull the threads on the alum plates, even just torqueing them to 15in lbs. And/or the screws come loose too often. I've had a couple of the alum plates, and they were a pain to live with. The steel CZC one has been very solid.

Online Joe L

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Good point on the steel vs aluminum, although I haven't had any problems with the aluminum ones.  Yet.
Joe
CZ-75B 9mm and Kadet, 97B"E", two P-09's, P-07, P-10C, P-10F

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I am open to suggestions.  :)
I'd recommend this one from CZC:
https://czcustom.com/multi-sight-base-shado-st-black.html

That one is for a Shadow 2, but they have other models. The nice thing about this one is it is steel. Most of these type mounts are made out of aluminum and it is easy to pull the threads on the alum plates, even just torqueing them to 15in lbs. And/or the screws come loose too often. I've had a couple of the alum plates, and they were a pain to live with. The steel CZC one has been very solid.
So, this one ? :
https://czcustom.com/multi-sight-base-75-st-black.html

Offline George16

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I am open to suggestions.  :)
I'd recommend this one from CZC:
https://czcustom.com/multi-sight-base-shado-st-black.html

That one is for a Shadow 2, but they have other models. The nice thing about this one is it is steel. Most of these type mounts are made out of aluminum and it is easy to pull the threads on the alum plates, even just torqueing them to 15in lbs. And/or the screws come loose too often. I've had a couple of the alum plates, and they were a pain to live with. The steel CZC one has been very solid.
So, this one ? :
https://czcustom.com/multi-sight-base-75-st-black.html

Yes. That’s the right one for your gun. That plate enables you to use different type of red dots as noted on the description. Plus, it’s made of steel.

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The Delta Point from Luepold is designed to be mounted in the rear sight notch and it is also designed to not be bulky.  Right now it is for Glock (of course) and S&W, whether adjustments can be made to fit it to a CZ I have not checked.

 

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