CZ 75 Bullseye Model

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CZ 75 Bullseye Model

Post by EGB on 6/22/2018, 8:16 am

I've never competed with a CZ 75, but their new offering peaked my curiosity enough to post here.  Has anyone used a CZ 75 model in a BE tournament?  I've shot several models in the past - seemed to be a solid BE build option in the right hands.   https://czcustom.com/new-firearms/cz-pistols-custom/cz-75-bullseye-9mm.html

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Post by zanemoseley on 6/22/2018, 8:28 am

Interesting, I bought a CZ Shadow II recently for a fun gun. Has a very nice trigger. I can shoot small groups at 10 yards and this bullseye edition has a bushing so should be even better. I'm a red dot guy when it comes to bullseye but for an iron sight 9mm it should be pretty sweet.

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Post by Bullseye_Stan on 6/22/2018, 9:16 am

Looks to me like it falls into the same category as the USA made Sig Sauer P210 9mm.


I have an older CZ 75 and will have to look into the ACCU bushing.  I don't like the fiber optic front sight on either pistol.  Seems like a pistol the shooter needs to learn to shoot, like the 1911.  It looks good.

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Re: CZ 75 Bullseye Model

Post by Slartybartfast on 6/22/2018, 10:36 am

I asked a similar question about the 6" Tanfoglio Gold Match extreme pistol. Still very interested in acquiring that pistol in both 9mm and 45acp. Despite the unanimous response of "if you're really serious, get a 1911".
The only absolute negative I've found about the Tanfoglio is the trigger weight around 2.5lb is too light for many competitions so you need to get it higher and could be close for NRA to meet the minimum 2.5lb for "any centerfire". 
Looks like the trigger weight on this CZ is good straight out of the box for NRA bullseye "any centerfire". CZ Custom lists the trigger weight as 3-3.5lb
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Re: CZ 75 Bullseye Model

Post by spyer40 on 7/3/2018, 5:48 pm

I have a Shadow II that shoots very straight even in my hands.  I looked into the Accu bushing but seeing reports about slide problems because after boring for the bushing there isn't enough metal left.  Suggestion was to use the bushing from Cajun Gunworks and it's a simple swap out.  Talked to the guy there and he said it would tighten the groups up by maybe an inch at 50yds.  The bushing is only $60.  Haven't bothered yet since it shoots so well as it is.

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Post by Sc0 on 7/4/2018, 8:45 pm

On the Tanfo, a spring or two is all that is needed to adjust the trigger weight. Patriot Defense carries a good selection of parts for these. I have a 9mm Stock 3 for Production and a .40 Stock 3 for Limited, both tweaked to have manageable triggers.

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Re: CZ 75 Bullseye Model

Post by Boris_La on 7/5/2018, 4:54 pm

EGB wrote:...Has anyone used a CZ 75 model in a BE tournament?...
I have been using CZ 75 SP-01 with trigger job and CGW bushing as my 9mm BE gun, I also have CZ-75 SAO 9mm as a backup BE gun.
Many shooters in our club switch to CZ-75 after trying mine. The only gun that equals it in our club matches are my CZ-97B (all tuned) in 45ACP. Both capable of less than 2" groups at 50m.

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