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Question RE: Holster compatibility W/ CZ-75 Variants

Discussion in 'Firearm Accessories Talk' started by Detritus, Oct 28, 2019.

  1. Detritus

    Detritus Happy to be here

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    Looking to assemble a 2nd USPSA rig so I can occasionally shoot my CZ75.

    thing is, I have a standard 75B and many of the holster sites I've browsed only list an option for the SP-01, which of course has a full-length dustcover. So I need to know if the extra "open-ness" at the muzzle end of a holster molded for the SP01 would pose a problem. or if I can simply stick a regular B model in there and get on with things.
     
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    NKD Senior Member Benefactor Kimberless Supporting Member

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    Personally, I wouldn't do that. It will rattle around.

    Bladetech, Comptac, etc all have holsters for 75B.

    https://benstoegerproshop.com/boss-dropped-offset-doh-holster-by-ben-stoeger-pro-shop/

    I used the bladetech on an Invictus hanger for my 75B. Worked great.

    My suggestion, is get a custom one from @rantingredneck. His will be two layer and better quality, and great value. He can do any hanger you want and you got color choices.

    Might be a little drive for you, near Burlington, but well worth it.

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    The dust cover isn't your problem. The trigger guard is.
     
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    NKD Senior Member Benefactor Kimberless Supporting Member

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    What is the difference in trigger guards?



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    actually he's right, and it's something i forgot and therefore wasn't taking into consideration. a few of the currently offered models (the -B Retro, and the Cold War Commemorative like mine) have the older style round trigger guard.

    I AM going to have either custom order or be very cautious/thorough in choosing a holster for this gun

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    Ahhh, yes. Definitely not "a standard 75B".

    CZ can be frustrating with their trigger guards. I think the TSO/chechmate has three different ones! Cool gun. Just get a custom one.
     
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    It may just be an optical illusion. Or that I have been burned by that stuff making holsters before. But I think the B extends slightly lower than the SP01 based on the above pic and the CZ page. I'd have to drag out my molds to be sure. But all that is a moot point with his trigger guard. Keep in mind I have to look at this stuff very carefully and ere on the side of not wasting my time and money in the process.
     
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    Indeed, I questioned it from this perspective: they look the same to me, but this dude does this for a living. And, I know that not only do the trigger guards on CZ's differ slightly, but also the frames and undercuts. Some Shadows have the high cut. Additionally, the slide profiles! The CZ75B and CZ75 SA, for example, do not fit the same holsters. The SA uses the heavier Sp01 type slide.

    I have put my old 75B in several different SP-01 holsters (having quite a few friends with them) and did experience a lot rattle. I assumed most of it was because of dust cover. But maybe the TG contributed as well.