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Cz75 Sp01

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by 10big, Oct 2, 2007.

  1. 10big

    10big BOG 1001

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    hello bogs, i hope somebody can point me in the right direction in purchasing a CZ75 SP01... thanks :)
     
  2. horge

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    I don't know if P.B.Dionisio still has those in stock.
    Only got to dryfire one, and I wasn't enthusiastic about its trigger.
    :)
     


  3. sandman_sy

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    Saw one sa Twin Pines na list early this year. Don't know if its still available.:)
     
  4. 10big

    10big BOG 1001

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    thanks horge :) i am trying to decide what unit to use in production division... found some cz reviews and got quite intrigued... any suggestions?? :upeyes:
     
  5. 10big

    10big BOG 1001

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    thanks sandman, any idea on the price range?? :)
     
  6. TTPower

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    i heard that the cz75 SPO1 is around 80k pesos! check out the cz75b its only 35k :) or if u want something more affordable... check out the tanfoglio its a cz75 clone made in italy for only 22k gunshow price. :thumbsup:
     
  7. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    PB Dionisio have cz75 sp01 for 80k, 15 units lang.

    Too expensive. If you want the long dust try looking for a jericho.
     
  8. bulm540

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    80 K !!! Mahal!!! They are good production guns but not 80 K. Ditto on the the Tangs, they are a lot of gun for the money. I shot a friend's SP o1 that was worked on by Matthew Mink, it was sweet.
     
  9. atmarcella

    atmarcella

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    overwatch....
    steyr is a good production gun, kaso lang 15rnds lang pero sarap naman hawakan....si jet nga nanalo 10rnds lang kalaban nya 18:supergrin:
     
  10. Allegra

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    the cz85s were only in the high 20t+ dati
    ginamit lang ng mga fogi , nagmahal na tsk tsk
     
  11. toxic

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    80K Geees..intayin ko muna bumaba presyo..:supergrin:
     
  12. horge

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    Regarding CZ 'clones'...
    You can ask Dino at WSC about their (Sarsilmaz) Bernardelli pistols.
     
  13. 10big

    10big BOG 1001

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    mahal nga!!!! grabe!!! akala ko pa naman affordable based on remarks found on the net... for 80K i'd rather buy 2 glocks, hehehe :) :) :)

    thanks for the replies guys :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
     
  14. isuzu

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    The Tanfoglios have a better grip profile and trigger reach compared to the CZ/NZ85.

    Tanfoglio also have three production pistols (Combat Sport, Stock and Stock II) that you might want to consider.

    If you want to get good value for money, try a NZ85 from Deenoh. I wanted to buy one from him when I went home in June, but Deenoh said that the processing of licenses could be delayed because of the gun ban. So, postpone lang muna.
     
  15. sandman_sy

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    Yah, its something like 80+++, with license stuff na. Dont know kung magkano na ngayon. Try search it sa youtube. for me. if i was going for production. yeah, that would be my choice, Yes, its super expensive, but, 18+1 cya, long dust design. A lot more cheaper than my STI project thats on the way.:shocked:

    Glock 17 would be my second choice, 17 rounds, good review. oh yeah!!!:banana: