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CZ 75 mags

Discussion in 'CZ Club' started by telecster, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. Went to a gun show yesterday looking for mags for my new (old) 75 B. None, until a gentleman explained that the EAA Witness mags will work Sure as heck they do. Paid $25 a piece for them. I felt that was a good price because the best price I had seen was $80 for 3 mags. I got home and googled Witness mags and found more for the $19 range at CDNN sports for the CZ 75...
  2. grecco


    Sep 12, 2004
    philadelphia pa
    also check out mec gar , they are OEM for most pistols.

  3. deeHKman

    deeHKman "It Is Written"

    Aug 13, 2010
    That's OEM for CZ's and many other's. Mecgars's are high quality.:wavey:
  4. fatmax2


    Feb 6, 2008
    Central New York
    I have several mecgars's and they work without any problems. And they are pretty durable.
  5. Pinoy Photog

    Pinoy Photog

    Jun 19, 2010
    Just an unsolicited FYI that you might use to advantage:

    I got two Mecgar CZ mags for an incredible price and shipping
    over at Trophy's Outdoors. I had to blink twice at the prices but
    when the order came through I had to believe it already. :)

    Products on order:
    2 x CZ 75 Compact 9mm 14rnd Blue - $33.56 ($16.78 each) + $6.95 Priority Shipping
    Model: MGCZ7514B
  6. fatmax2


    Feb 6, 2008
    Central New York
    Just checked and they are out of stock. will have to check back. thanks for the info. the cheapest i was able to find was $21.00 for 16rd.
  7. Pinoy Photog

    Pinoy Photog

    Jun 19, 2010

    The two Mecgar 14-round mags I ordered from Trophy's Outdoors for
    $16+ a piece arrived today (luv that $6.35, 3-day Priority shipping)
    and after wiping off the protective grease, I loaded them up to "set"
    the springs prior to a trip to the range.

    These have the "bare" metal floor plates (no rubber pads) and while
    they do "shorten" the grip profile (great for CC), I also noticed that the
    front lip kinda "bites" into my little finger. I imagine the friction would be
    even greater under recoil, and I recall seeing a forum member tilt
    the lip downward with a vise. If I don't find some Beretta-style narrow
    pads soon, I just might go that "lip down" route, as it would definitely
    "clear" some space for my little finger (I have smallish hands, so I
    can imagine how much more pronounced the "lip intrusion" would be
    for somebody with large hands or fatter fingers. :)