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shot my 82 for the first time!

Discussion in 'CZ Club' started by BOOSTED12A, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. BOOSTED12A

    BOOSTED12A sequestered!

    i was pleasntly suprised how easy this thing is to shoot. i put 6 rnds through it realy quick in my back yard. at about 30' it put out a 6" group for 5 shots in quick sucession. the first shot i did in DA and i didnt aim at the target, just wanted to see what the hole looked like(i have a few car hoods as a semi back stop) lining up after each shot was easy, the recoil/muzzel jump was pleasntly suprings, my bereta 1934 has more...just thought id share!
     

  2. BOOSTED12A

    BOOSTED12A sequestered!

    i agree! i bought it second hand so i dont know if anything was done to the action but its buttery smooth, its as smooth as my worked over fake hipower(feg p9r)
     
  3. B.Reid

    B.Reid

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    That's just how they are! These are not cheap guns. CZ quality.
     
  4. clarkstoncz

    clarkstoncz

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    A great way for people on a budget to experience CZ quality.
     
  5. watsoncb

    watsoncb CLM

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    I love my CZ 82. I fixed mine up with a new finish, etc..

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  6. BOOSTED12A

    BOOSTED12A sequestered!

    purdy! whare did you get the grips? what finish did you use? i was gonna get some grips off evil bay or the plastic ones right from chec.
     
  7. watsoncb

    watsoncb CLM

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    I got the grips so long ago (2006) I am not sure I remember where. I believe my grips came from Marschal Grips (http://www.marschalgrips.com/). Marschal's grips are excellent and reasonabily priced. I think my CZ82 grips were around $50.00.

    I sent the CZ82 to Ahlmans (www.ahlmans.com) where they dis-assembled the CZ82, bead blasted and reblued it.
     
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2010