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New SA on the block
« on: April 09, 2002, 03:01:56 PM »
I just received my first CZ ever today (9mm 75B SA) and I must say I am very impressed with the fit and finish. It seems nearly ergonomically perfect in my hand and comes up to target extremely well.

The trigger has a little creep and just a little grit which I am sure will clear up with use. It is alot heavier than I'm used to but I'm coming from 1911's with 3-3 1/2 # pulls. I can't stand the thought of losing it to Mike @ CZ-USA for the time to do one of his world famous trigger jobs. I'll just dry fire alot and see how it works out.

I've briefly shot a 75B and a PCR but never fully appreciated their finishes. This is one beautiful pistol ! If I can get Hakan to make me some grips with the same palm swell and thickness I will be even happier.

Now I'm just concerned that I could end up liking this pistol more than my Kimber ! Range report to follow.

Offline VonFatman

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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2002, 10:20:23 PM »
Congratulations SingleAction!
I want one...and I already have one (kinda), mine is a converted Mike @CZ-USA.
I may buy a real deal factory SA like yours some day.
Hope you get the gun to the range soon.
Best wishes.
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Offline raro

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« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2002, 05:47:43 AM »

I have had an SA in .40 cal for a year.  I have done nothing to the trigger except use it to fire or dry fire.  The trigger pull is 3-3/4 pounds.  When originally purchased the trigger was as you described.  It has really smoothed out since then.  BTW, I prefer the CZ over my Kimber.  Shoot safe, and enjoy your SA!