CZ75 Clone

Discussion in 'Springfield Armory CZ 75' started by j2l3, Sep 20, 2013.

  1. j2l3

    j2l3 New Member

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    I didn't know Springfield Armory has a CZ75 clone. How does it compare to the CZ75? I've had experience around the CZ75 since the early 80's and have never known one to malfunction. I have the CZ75B, which is designed for locked and loaded like a 1911 without all the superior safety features of the 1911. If it hadn't been a gift from my father-in-laws collection when he passed away, I would likely trade it for a CZ75D which has the decocker.
     
  2. sawfiler

    sawfiler New Member

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    I didn't know either
     

  3. Jeff82

    Jeff82 New Member

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    My CZ-75B is from CZ. Didn't know, like you guys, that SA had one. Or are they importers for the CZ?
     
  4. j2l3

    j2l3 New Member

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    Imports

    No, Springfield Armory is making a clone. The P9 is their version.
     
  5. Jeff82

    Jeff82 New Member

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    I went to the website and all I saw was their 1911's and their XD's.
     
  6. mgardner

    mgardner New Member

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    Here's a couple of real ones we shot today.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjdiqG5V_Lo[/ame]
     
  7. Jeff82

    Jeff82 New Member

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    Those were CZ's?
     
  8. Jeff82

    Jeff82 New Member

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    I don't think they make them (P9's) anymore.
     
  9. zfields

    zfields New Member

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    P9's have been out of production for quite a while. IIRC they were Tanfoglio (italian) made. Tanfoglio makes some very nice CZ clones, and has been in that business for a long time.
     
  10. zfields

    zfields New Member

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  11. M-1_Garand

    M-1_Garand M1 Garand

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    P9 LSP several versions. Out of production 1994.
    Nice guns. Very accurate