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I have this and it's one of my favorite handguns.
Would this be considerably better then the P-07 suppressor ready? Looking for a great range gun. Not worried about CC but might want to CC it every once in a while.
For one thing, the P-07 is polymer, this is steel. So weight is a consideration. The slide on the 75B is longer. The extended mag of the P-07 carries 17.
Also you can get cz75 mecgar mags for around $20-25. P-07 mags are a bit more expensive.
The only way you could CC this would be in an OWB holster with a jacket. This thing is hefty
I have carried this IWB in an Alien Gear cloak tuck and a t-shirt definately doesn't cover for me. However, I have a galco miami classic that I carry in and love it.
That's not true, I carry my 941 in an IWB every now and then.
This gun has very tall sights that are also sharp as hell. Also a threaded barrel. Getting holsters for it kinda stinks, especially when some of the people who make 75 holsters don't make ones for this. It would really suck to IWB this for any lenght of time or sit down.
Trex arms makes a holster with open bottom and cut out for suppressor height sights. Fits all variations of Sp01.
I second this opinion!
The only thing differentiating this from a normal SP-01 Tactical is the Swappable Safety/Decocker, right?
And the rail
And the trigger system.
-Suppressor height night sights
-Omega trigger internals
-Relocated and swappable controls (SP-01 controls are rear-biased)
-Hammer and trigger profiles
The sales post picture is wrong. The Omega trigger curvature is much less pronounced than the normal CZ 75 series, almost to the extent of being flat but not completely flat; also it is showing the wrong hammer.
I guess I'll just keep doing this. Credit to /u/nonestumptrump
Also, here is my CZ model guide. It may not cover every last iteration, but it has a lot:
Ok boys and girls, CZ models can get super confusing, especially among the various 75 models, so gather around and I’ll summarize as best I can. Feel free to save this comment.
75 Full size
CZ 75 - steel frame, no rail, safety, no firing pin block CZ 75B - steel frame, no rail, safety, addition of FP block (“B”) CZ 75 BD - steel frame, no rail, decocker (“D”) CZ 75 SP-01 - steel frame, rail, extended beavertail, safety, night sights CZ 75 SP-01 Tactical- steel frame, rail, extended beavertail, decocker, night sights CZ 75 SP-01 Phantom - polymer frame, rail, extended beavertail, decocker, night sights
Competition Models: Shadow - steel frame, rail, extended beavertail, safety, no FP block (other models include the SP-01 Shadow, Tactical Sport, Tactical Sport Orange, Czechmate, etc.) Single Action Only (SAO) - feature flat triggers
Omega: denotes interchangeable safety/decocker
CZ 97 B/BD - a 75 variant chambered in .45 ACP
CZ 75 Compact - steel frame, no rail, safety CZ 75D Compact (PCR) - aluminum frame, no rail, decocker CZ 75 P-01 - aluminum frame, rail, decocker [CZ 75 Compact/P-01 - (limited runs, SKU 99021/99041) - steel frame, rail, safety]
Other/Miscellaneous The CZ 85 is the same as the 75, but with ambi controls. The 2075 RAMI B/BD is their carry size pistol (Glock 26 sized) There are also P-07/P-09, (Compact/Full size polymer framed hammer fired) and P-10 (polymer framed striker fired). The Scorpion is their 9mm pistol/carbine. The Bren is their 223 Rifle. Kadet is the .22 conversion kit. Other Misc. Info: All models in the Urban Gray series feature a threaded barrel.
Still waiting on CZ to make a single stack Compact...
I love how the Urban Grey looks, but I just can't stand the suppressor height sights. I suck with them compared to the regular stock sights or the TFX Pros.
I prefer using sights over the suppressor rather than shooting through it with standard sights. You can always swap out the sights.
Eh, even with no suppressor attached, I still shoot like shit with these taller sights. I switched out my P-01 UG's sights to TFX Pros, and just use a SiCo Osprey.
Maybe it's just me. I dunno.
The sights took me a minute to get used to, but they work just fine.