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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    So it's cocked and locked single action or decock? I really need to learn my CZ terminology and model knowledge if I'm gonna hang out with you guys.
    I've been looking at them quite a bit. Was looking at a 75B which I think they said was a decocker.

    I stumbled on some Shadows that look awesome but with pretty large asking prices too.
    It's a cocked and locked single action Colonel.

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    I was thinking about adjustable sights for my SP-01 today. I have the SP01 tactical with factory Meprolight night sights. I was shooting from a case of Magtech 9mm I bought and itís all shooting high at 15 yards. S&B 9mm (Czech made) shoots POA = POI. May have to stick with Czech ammo for my CZís.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    I like the style of those grips. Funny I just got back from shooting my SP-01 that has been neglected for some time. It still has the original rubber grips. How thin are those grips? They look pretty thin.

    Oh by the way, a friend of mine just picked up a Shadow 2 and I got to hold it. Man those grips are thin but aggressive. I bet they shoot good. Didnít you get one? How do you like it?
    I see hickok45 just did a video on the Shadow 2:


    Mine has the blue grips:


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    I like that a lot, looks like Hickok is pretty fond of it too.
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    Just watched the whole video, now I want a Shadow. Damn you Greg.....
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    GB itís time for a CZ97?
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    Been looking at those for a long time. Pretty large but the Shadow is a big gun too. And the 97 is a bunch cheaper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    Been looking at those for a long time. Pretty large but the Shadow is a big gun too. And the 97 is a bunch cheaper.
    And shoots your favorite .45 cal. too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gb6491 View Post
    It's a cocked and locked single action Colonel.


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    Can you also manually decock (with your thumb, not a lever) and carry DA/SA? I was looking at the RAMI, and I think that is an option with that pistol (and they also sell one with a decocking lever).


    And, btw....DROOL! I gotta get me a CZ one of these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boscobarbell View Post
    Can you also manually decock (with your thumb, not a lever) and carry DA/SA? I was looking at the RAMI, and I think that is an option with that pistol (and they also sell one with a decocking lever).


    And, btw....DROOL! I gotta get me a CZ one of these days.
    Yes, you can get the RAMI with a safety but still do a manual decock then shoot it DA/SA. I have the decocker version. They are very nice shooters. If you see one you should get it.
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