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I shoot my CZ75 (pre B - no firing pin safety to muck up the trigger) in ESP and I love it. It is reliable, accurate and fits my hand like it was made for me. It is also pretty versatile as it can be shot in SSP with the hammer down or in ESP cocked and locked. Any of you shoot a CZ in IDPA?

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I shoot a CZ75 pre-B in SSP. Nice rig, what can I say? Mine has a moderate action job with trigger stop, the magazine retainer hammered flat (CZ now has a flat replacement) and big bold sights. I also bought a Kadet .22 conversion for it. The safety is a bit far forward for my thumb length, so I shift to a 1911 for ESP.
 

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Hi Jim. Couple of questions for you:

--Who did the action job & how much did it help?
--Is your trigger stop on the trigger or frame?
--What big, bold sites do you have and who installed them?
--How does the .22 kit work for you?


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The work was done by my FLG who is a 1911 specialist and did this CZ as a favor during a slow spell. "No more." he says.
Anyway, the SA is 4.5 lbs, the DA lighter than stock but I don't have a gauge that will read DA pulls. The trigger stop is a set screw through the trigger; adjusted and then cut flush so as not to irritate the trigger finger. The front sight is a Novak on the .330"x.060" dovetail, finished as a plain post .200" tall. The rear is homemade by slotting the stock sight, soldering in a plate, and milling the notch. Drift and file to zero, it came out about .300" tall, a good .130" taller than stock.
The Kadet gives good practice, but.
It feeds and fires reliably (now that it has the "chisel pointed" firing pin upgrade) but stovepipes more or less frequently with all .22 lr I have on hand, even with the new ejector they sent with the firing pin.
 
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