CZ (Ceska Zbrojovka) 75 SA Target CZ Custom Shop


The CZ 75 SA Target Custom Shop model is a large frame semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm Luger. The 75 SA Target Custom Shop is produced by CZ-USA, a Kansas City based subsidiary of the Czech arms manufacturer Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod. The 75 SA Target Custom Shop is a single-action competition-grade variant of the CZ 75.

The CZ 75 is a pervasive handgun used by more governments, militaries, police, and security forces worldwide than any other pistol. Originally developed in 1975, the CZ 75 has given way to a number of variants. Because the manufacturer did not originally secure global patent protection for its CZ 75 design, a plethora of copies and variants have been offered by other global arms companies.
The CZ 75 SA Target Custom Shop features all-steel construction and aluminum grips. The 75 SA Target Custom Shop includes a barrel length of 4.7 inches, and an overall length of 8.1 inches, and utilizes a cold hammer forged barrel. During hammer forging, a tool is carefully passed through the bore to carve the rifled grooves; this process increases durability and precision. The 75 SA Target Custom Shop also utilizes fiber-optic front sights and Novak brand rear sights. Designed by Angus Hobdell, the 75 SA Target Custom Shop model includes a trigger mechanism, springs, and other components specially tuned by CZ’s Custom Shop. A flat aluminum trigger, drop free magazine, competition-grade hammer, and competition-grade springs are also included. The SA Target Custom Shop model also features a manual safety and a 16-round magazine.

The 75 SA Target Custom Shop is designed for competitive shooting.



Caliber: 9mm
Grip: Aluminum
Capacity: 16
Sights: Fiber-optic front; Novak brand rear
Features: Single-action only trigger; cold hammer-forged barrel; aluminum grips; and finely tuned trigger and sights
Action: Semi-auto
Material/Finish: Steel/black polycoat
Size: Large
Trigger: Single-action only
Weight: 2.2 pounds
Barrel Length: 4.7"
Length: 8.1"
Height: 5.4"

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