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A modified version of the CZ 75 Tactical Sport the CZ 75 TS Czechmate is configured for Open division shooting competitions. Included in this configuration is a four-port compensator and an installed C-More red dot sight. Able to handle a 20- or 26-round magazine the CZ 75 TS Czechmate is chambered for 9mm. An undercut trigger guard and beavertail allows for a higher grip. With a 5.4 barrel and a weight of three pounds the CZ 75 TS Czechmate is the gun you want in your corner come competition season.
Action SA - Caliber 9mm - Magazine Capacity 2026 - Magazine Type Double Stack - Frame Steel - Grips Thin Aluminum - Sights FixedC-more - Barrel Cold Hammer Forged - Barrel Length 5.400 in - Weight 2.9 lbs. - Overall Length 10.470 in - Height 5.510 in - Width 2.440 in - Safety Ambidextrous Manual Safety Safety Stop on Hammer - The Czechmate is based on a modified version of the CZ 75 TS frame. It comes with all parts necessary to run in IPSC Open or Limited division (both in 9mm). The Czechmate comes configured for Open division competition with a compensator and C-More red dot sight installed. The included front sight adapter replaces the compensator and the included rear sight replaces the slide racker handle when switching from Open to Limited configuration. A big stick 26-round magazine and 3 20-round magazines are included in the CZ hard case. - C-more slide-ride non-click 6 moa dot - Ambidextrous slide racker - 3 20-round magazines - 1 26-round magazine - 4 port compensator - Aluminum grips - Aluminum magwell - Competition hammer - 2 slide stops with slide lock - 4 slide stop pins without slide lock - Undercut trigger guard and beavertail for high grip - When configured with the compensator the CZ 75 TS Czechmate model is designed to use ammunition that meets the minimum requirements for IPSC major power factor. The minimum power factor for major in IPSC open class competition is 160. Power factor is calculated by the following formula - Power Factor (bullet weight (in grains) X muzzle velocity (in feet per second))1000 - IPSC minimum power factor for major is 160 - USPSA minimum power factor for major is 165
|Caliber||9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)|
|Barrel Length||5.2" BARREL|
WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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