GUN Got some stuff from CZ Custom today.

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  1. johnson

    johnson New Member

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    Thin aluminum grips with aggressive checkering, competition hammer, and single action flat trigger with pre and over travel screws.

    Ill be sending out the gun shortly to have it worked on. The thin grips make a night and day difference. It's almost as thin as my 1911.

    The aggressive checkering is aggressive. I think I shouldve gotten the flat ones.

    What I got.
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    The one AB13 has.
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    Cz crew holla
     
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    Holla. I need to get mine to a gunsmith to get the sight work done.
     
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    You'll get used to the aggressive checkering. It always feels wierd at first but after you shoot them awhile you'll know it's what you want
     
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    The part that I don't like on the grip is where my right hand fingertips are. It's chewing them up. I'll find out more when I actually shoot it this weekend.
     
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    I've been getting the itch to trade my M&P .40 in for a 9mm CZ-75b. Damn you CZ people.
     
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    I've been looking at getting some similar grips to my SP01. I frequent ghostholster.com and look around. Where did you get your stuff from?

    Edit: Nevermind. I just realized ghostholster.com links you to czcustom.com for buying stuff, haha.
     
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    Ghost/CZcustom are one in the same. Occasionally you see some of those AL grips show up on www.czforumsite.info, as well as BEnos (there's several 97B grips on CZF at the moment). They seem to hold their value pretty well though, so you don't end up saving much.

    Hogue also makes G10 grips for the CZ's, which are pretty damn thin (though not as thin as the AL stuff). Personally, I'm still waiting for someone to dupe the factory cocbolo grips in G10, and maybe make them a smidge thinner. That would be perfection for me.
     
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    Just got back from the range and my shots shrunk to 2-3" at 15 yards. Dont know if it was the colder weather or grips but I can't wait for the action job. Definately need better sights but that can wait.

    I let another guy shoot my Valor and out of 5, 4 were in the same hole. Could've been luck. :o
     
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    pics brah
     
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    of what
     

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