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           CZ75 Pistol

185 GBP  /  $210 USD  /  230 Euro SOLD



Above: Marushin CZ75 video


Marushin CZ75 Extreme 9mm

In good condition, appears unfired.

Includes : Original box, original instructions,  five unfired 9mm blowback cartridges (reusable).

     Functions, Fires, Field strips Exactly like the real thing.
     Caliber:    9mm Para Blowback cartridges - reusable    -  5 included  
     Weight approx: 644g   Loaded

      Firing Capacity: 15 + 1(Chamber)

     Power:  7mm cap Blowback.  

     Open Barrel

     Materials:  Heavyweight antishock resistant  abs and zinc alloy parts
     Firing Mode:  Semiautomatic

PFC Primer caps:   11.00  / 8.50 per box  (1 box = 100 PFC caps)

Extra blowback cartridges :   2.65 / 1.95 each

Brief Info on the CZ75

The CZ-75 pistol was developed by the Koucky brothers, who worked at the state-owned arms factory Ceska Zbrojovka in the city of Uhersky Brod (Czechoslovakia, now Czech republic). This full-size semiautomatic pistol first appeared in the 1975, and the production began circa 1976. CZ-75 was obviously intended for the export market. The CZ-75 accumulated best features from many preceding designs. Resulting pistol was aesthetically attractive, comfortable to handle and shoot, quite accurate and reliable in operation. Made by CZ in various versions and modifications, CZ-75 was also widely copied and cloned. Most popular of CZ-75 copies are (or were) made by: IMI (Jericho-941, Israel), Tanfoglio (TZ-75, TZ-90, T-95, Italy), Sarsilmaz (M2000, Turkey), ITM (AT-88, Swiss), Sphinx (mod.2000, Swiss), Norinco (NZ-75, China), Springfield (P9, USA).

CZ-75 is now in service with Czech police (in the form of compact CZ-75 P-01). It is also used by Turkish police, and by several police departments in USA. By opinions of most experts, CZ-75 is one of the best combat pistols in its class.

CZ-75 is a short recoil operated, locked breech pistol. It uses a fairy standard Browning locking system, with cam-shaped cut below the barrel, which lowers the barrel on recoil stroke. Barrel locks into slide with two locking lugs, located just ahead of the ejection port. The slide rides on the internal rails, machined on inside of the frame. This system, originated by the Swiss SIG P210 pistol, provides more smooth cycle and better tolerances, resulting in greater accuracy. In basic models, the double action trigger system with exposed hammer has a frame mounted manual safety, which allows for "cocked and locked" carry. Since the late 1980s, all CZ-75 type pistols are fitted with internal firing pin safety


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