Monday, January 19, 2015

CZ 75B Stainless Limited Edition Handgun

I recently purchased a CZ P-07 for concealed carry and I've been very impressed with the gun, so thought I would add another CZ to my collection.  I couldn't decide if I wanted a P-09 (full size version of the P-07), or maybe a polymer framed SP-01 Phantom (the predecessor to the P-09), or maybe the all steel SP-01.  After browsing through GunBroker.com for several weeks trying to decide what to get, I came across this CZ 75B Stainless Limited Edition.  The Stainless LE has a special two-tone finish (sandblasted rounds and brushed flats) which gives it a very unique look when compared to the other standard finish options in the CZ 75 series, and only 200 of them were imported to the USA in 2009.  I wanted a CZ that I could occasionally use in IDPA's SSP Division or in USPSA's Production Division, as well as for occasional concealed carry.  This Stainless LE fits the bill perfectly for me, and looks really good as well! :-)  I've added some VZ grips, a competition style tactical rear sight with tritium inserts, and I also did some internal modifications to the trigger action for a smoother and lighter trigger pull. The gun fits nicely into the Blade Tech holster that I already have for my EAA/Tanfoglio competition guns, and also fits into my custom modified universal nylon IWB holster that I use for concealed carry.


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