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CZ 100 Reviews

Postby ActiveFan » Fri Mar 17, 2006 1:59 pm

CZ 100 is a recoil operated, locked breech firearm, that uses modified Browning linkless barrel to slide locking via ejection port. Gun is striker-fired, with DAO trigger and automated firing pin block safety. Gun had no manual safeties, and has frame-mounted slide stop.
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Postby Waffen » Wed May 03, 2006 4:53 am

Experienced a couple of misfires & ejecting jams. Very disappointed with the CZ100, not living up its predecessors standards. If you want a polymer handgun, go Glock. If you want ot stick with CZ, go with the CZ75, and excellent, reliable & accurate weapon.
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Postby RINAO » Fri May 05, 2006 8:46 pm

Im on the right CZ this time. Like I typed on the CZ110 site, this CZ100 is a no problem weapon.
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Postby lawman32 » Tue Feb 06, 2007 1:06 am

hello i just paid for the user manual for my cz100 hand gun and it didnt download i was trying to fine out the right way to adjust my rear sight i shot the gun today and found out it was shooting high and i need to know is it true that with a 3.86 barrell will it not shot good at 25 yards
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Postby czdude » Wed Jun 13, 2007 6:34 pm

this isnt my favorite cz but it is prety cool
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Postby Supershot » Thu Oct 04, 2007 12:52 pm

I just fired a few shots. The weapon looks nice, but am not too sure about its perforamnce. I am thinking of changing with TAURUS. Need advice.
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Postby SteveReed » Wed Oct 29, 2008 3:00 pm

I've owned a model 100 for about 5 years or so. I've put a lot of ammo through it and usually the cheapest I can find. I have had virtually trouble free performance from this gun. I've had maybe 4-5 stovepipes and it failed to feed for the first time last weekend while I was attending a combat pistol school. Finding holsters and magazines is a bit of a problem however... anecdotal evidence suggests .40 magazines will work and are much more plentiful.
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Postby Crackshot » Wed Dec 24, 2008 2:54 am

I still have not given up on this pistol cz100, although the broken parts were fixed free of charge a failure scares me. I still own this weapon but picked up a XD .40 springfeild even though it looked like it had thousands of rounds put through it as I bought it used, Took it out and put 500 rounds flawlessly. After picking up a M&P smith&wesson the XD was holding a brick, I regret trading it in because it was a reliable pistol. I now carry the M&P .40 S&W this pistol is awesome weapon, not to many safety fetures guess that is why it is stamped for military and police......I'll NEVER (EVER) will get rid of this pistol........
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Postby Delightemt1 » Sat Sep 24, 2011 11:32 am

Shot a 5" 5 shot group with this piston freehand at 50 Ft. the first time I tried it out. Best handling pistol I own. Does not cycle well with flat nose bullets but has never had a feed problem with round nose FMJ or Hollow Point ammo. Have shot about 500 rounds through it so far in the year I have owned it. I Love this pistol.........
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