Posted November 12, 2019 12:00 pm by Comments

By Don Summers

The CZ 75 SP-01 is a tactical pistol used by military and competitive shooters alike, known for its reliability. The hammer-fired CZ 75 has been around the block, first introduced in 1975, and over the years CZ has innovated the lineup to include many variations aimed at specific niche audiences. The version we took into the unboxing studio was the SP-01 Tactical.
This “tacticool” pistol has an all-steel construction, weighing in a bit heavy at over 38-ounces. Because this features some heft, you’ll likely see it relegated to duty work, competition shooting and home defense. The added weight does come with some benefits, though, namely in that it helps produce smooth and manageable recoil. Many shooters claim that this is among the lightest recoil pistol they own.
The ergonomics of the CZ 75 makes the gun very comfortable to shoot (Photo: Don Summers/
Ergonomically, this gun has it going on. The rubber factory grips are textured without being overly aggressive. The beavertail provides a nice, firm grasp on the gun. This might be the skinniest double-stack I’ve ever held, transitioning to concealed carry without a hiccup. The over-sized magazine release is easily actuated and should be easy


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