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I've ended up with a couple CZ TS's that are stock.. Being new to the whole CZ thing whose parts are the bee's knees for these bad boys? Cagun? I think that's about all I know.. I mean of course CZC, are there others out there? I guess it then begs the question.. But way to further optimize the guns? There are both in 40. Thanks!
Practical Pistol Reloaded is a straightforward, no-nonsense instructional book on pistol shooting, specifically – practical pistol competition shooting. Its take-no prisoners style holds nothing back, and eliminates any guess-work related to which techniques work and which ones are outdated.
The best way to shoot is using the Isosceles Stance, fact or myth? What about the press-out technique?
According to Professor Roger H. Lincoln, there are two rules for success in life: 1. Never tell everything you know. 2. Never tell everything all at once. In this book, Ben Stoeger laughs in the face of this great entrepreneur. Top shooters share a common knowledge which they have collected over the years from a plethora of sources. A knowledge that, in its whole, is far from common to the average shooter in that it is scattered.
In this book, top shooters such as Bob Vogel, Dave Sevigny, and Matt Mink collaborate with the author, Ben Stoeger, to compile the so-called “Grand Master secrets” into one location. The knowledge spans from marksmanship fundamentals to shooting on the move, and competition skills such as stage breakdown and managing match pressure. Finally, this book contains many tips, drills, and exercises to help you improve your shooting.
This book answers the “how to” questions about shooting technique. How do you hold the gun? How do you shoot fast? These questions and many more are answered inside. This material is geared for the USPSA, IPSC, or IDPA action shooting competitor.
This is the revision to Ben Stoeger’s book “Practical Pistol”. This new edition is revised to reflect technique changes that have taken place over the last few years. The sport of Practical Shooting is changing quickly and becoming more competitive every day. This updated version of “Practical Pistol” is a must have for any serious USPSA or IDPA shooter.
I have a CZ75 SP-01 Shadow from Automatic Accuracy and I like the rear sight that came with it. I like how the bevel on the top edge of the sight directs your eyes to the slot. Here's a picture of it on my CZ: I also have a CZ75 SP01 (Not Shadow) that I would like to get the same rear sight for. I realize the Shadow and the SP-01 have different rear sight notch locations and take different sights, but I like the bevel on the Shadow sight shown above. Here's a picture of my SP-01 with the CZ Custom rear sight. It is very similar except for not having the bevel along the top edge of the sight. Does anyone know what rear sight is on my Shadow (top pictures? Does anyone know if the same rear sight is available for a CZ75 SP01?
I just got back from overseas and have decided I want to get into doing some competitive shooting. I've got a CZ 85B that I've put some new sights on and I thought I'd give airsoft a try for training and practice. This guy was just delivered yesterday and I know very little about airsoft itself. It's a KWA KZ-75, not quite a CZ 85 but that's what I get for not shooting a Glock/HK/M9 or other more "tactically acceptable" pieces. First off, here's my CZ85 on the scale. It comes in at 942 grams empty. Here's a fully loaded magazine, 16 rounds of 115gr steel cased Tulammo. 275 grams, total weight of pistol+mag+16 rounds is 1217g, or about 2.7 pounds/2lb 11.2oz. Here is the airsoft gun itself. You can see that it's about 2/3 the weight of the unloaded CZ85 at 673 grams. The (totally empty) magazine for the gun is pretty close the loaded weight of the real magazine at 272 grams. Small enough that it doesn't matter. Total loaded weight of the airsoft gun, then, comes in at 945 grams, a little over 75% of the weight of the real thing. Handling it, it handles just like the CZ85. Excepting the weight it feels like the real thing and without the orange tip looks dead on to it. The manufacturers even have a dummy roll pin for the firing pin stop put in to complete the looks. Stripping the gun is just like stripping a regular CZ. The trigger is the same DA/SA that is on all CZ75/85bs. It is softer and lighter than the real thing however and posseses a nice, solid reset. I have a Blade-Tech Drop and Offset holster for the CZ85 that the airsoft replica fits into quite well. The fit isn't perfect as the holster is molded for the ambidextrous controls of the CZ85, requiring me to tighten the screws considerably to achieve the same tension. The ride of the airsoft gun in the holster is identical however. I get the feeling that if I had a CZ75 specific holster the airsoft gun would fit perfectly. The airsoft magazines fit quite well into the blade tech double mag pouch that I use with no adjustment needed. In all, not having shot it just yet, I feel that this is a good facsimile of the real thing and would be a good training tool for handling and basic marksmanship. There are three things I would change; the aforementioned weight - the gun should be heavier, the trigger needs to be stiffened to be closer to the stock trigger that I have on my gun and the sights int the slide are cast as part of the slide. I shoot the CZ custom tactical sights and while the sights on the airsoft version are pretty close to the real thing it would still be nice to at least have the option of replacing them. Dumping rain outside so it's going to be a little bit before I can get a range report with the airsoft. Got a propane adapter instead of green gas and I don't want the house to stink.