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Our offer includes 104 designs of CZ 75 Leather holsters with key features such as quick and easy draw and re-holstering. Wide range of carry positions and carry styles allow you to browse through many holster models with great retention and a covered trigger guard, either open top holsters or holsters with a thumb break. Our CZ 75 holsters are designed to minimise gun print so your carry is only known to you, their slim profile and premium stitching are a key feature. Other than that, we have a large range of on-duty or off-duty holsters for your daily carry.
Our CZ 75 Leather holsters are available in many varieties, and carry styles covering everything a gun owner needs, including IWB, OWB, Cross Draw, Shoulder, Small Of Back, Light Bearing, Red Dot Sight, Appendix, Belly Band, Chest, Drop Leg, Duty, Light & Red Dot, Paddle, Other holster designs.
Leather is a natural material, leather holsters are a classic of the carry world. Cowhide, horsehide or more exotic hides are available. The standard CZ 75 leather holster is made of cowhide that has been processed, molded and tanned to perfection. Leather holsters has better warm feeling, longer lifetime and better fit, compared with other materials.
CZ 75 Leather holsters are custom made for this gun model for a perfect fit, smooth draw and re-holstering and allows you to carry your gun in comfortable and safe way. Browse our whole selection of CZ.Browse our whole selection of CZ Holsters.
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About CZ 75
The Czech armoury (CZ), probably one of the most successful European firearm producer based in the Czech republic, offers to its customers quality products and more than 75 years of experience in the production of various firearms. The company has sales agencies in more than 100 countries worldwide, however the most important is its presence in the USA. CZ-USA is located in Kansas City, Kansas and it’s the US-based subsidiary of the Czech Armoury.
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The CZ 75 is a popular semi-automatic handgun made by the Czech firearms manufacturer Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod. Introduced in 1975 at the height of the Cold War, the Czech CZ 75 was developed primarily for trade. The gun’s design which used fairly standard Browning concepts ensured that the CZ 75 was an attractive export weapon. It has achieved very good overseas sales and has been widely copied or cloned by makers around the world. Various other weapons are based on the CZ 75, notably the Jericho 941 and Norinco NZ-75. The T95 pistol marketed by Tanfoglio is also derived from the CZ 75.
The CZ 75 is a full-sized, all-steel handgun that has earned a reputation for being accurate, reliable, and easy to use. The CZ 75 chambers the popular 9mm Luger cartridge. The trigger is double-action for the first shot. Unlike most other DA triggers, the weapon can be carried in condition one. Shooters can carry it loaded with the hammer down. For this purpose, it’s important to get CZ 75 (Cocked and Locked) holster specifically made for condition one carry. The gun features an 8.12’’ overall length and the barrel has 4.7’’.
With a 16-round magazine capacity, the CZ 75 is ideal for both self-defense and target shooting. Make sure to acquire a custom magazine pouch to avoid running out of additional ammunition. The gun’s frame-mounted manual safety makes it easy to use and handle, even for those new to firearms. Plus, its hammer-forged barrel ensures exceptional accuracy and performance, no matter the situation.
The CZ 75 has become a favorite among handgun enthusiasts and is often praised for its quality and affordability. The CZ 75 has been adopted by numerous police departments in the USA and other nations and is widely respected as one of the best handguns of its type. Not surprisingly, over the years the CZ 75 has undergone several design modifications and variations, including compact and sub-compact models, as well as models chambered in different calibers. It has also been the basis for several other CZ models, such as the CZ 85 and the CZ SP-01.
With a variety of models, including compact and sub-compact models, as well as models chambered in different calibers, there is a CZ 75 for everyone. Whether you need a concealed carry option or a competition-ready handgun, the CZ 75 has you covered. To get the most out of your pistol, you shouldn’t forget to pair it up with a perfect-fitting holster. For shooters who need to carry their weapons concealed, there are great CZ 75 IWB holsters and CZ 75 appendix holsters. The competition shooters would appreciate CZ 75 OWB holsters or CZ 75 paddle holsters. Your CZ will also look excellent in one of the custom CZ 75 shoulder holsters.
Every CZ 75 is manufactured to the highest standards, ensuring that each handgun is both accurate and dependable. Whether you're a seasoned gun enthusiast or just getting started, the CZ 75 is the perfect handgun for you. With its exceptional performance, reliability, and affordability, the CZ 75 is the best choice for anyone looking for a high-quality handgun. It is known for its ergonomics, accuracy, and reliability, and has been used by military and law enforcement agencies around the world. Best CZ 75 duty holsters provide appropriate security and retention especially made for police officers and other law enforcement.
If you're interested in learning more about the CZ 75 you can explore CZ's official website or Wikipedia to gather as much information as possible. If you enjoy discussing your CZ 75, feel free to join CZFirearms and CZForum, communities exclusively for individuals who own and have an interest in CZ firearms.
IS CZ 75 A RELIABLE GUN?
The CZ 75 is generally considered to be a very reliable handgun. It has a reputation for being a durable and accurate firearm that is popular with both law enforcement and civilian shooters. The CZ 75 has been in production since 1975 and has a proven track record of reliability and performance. It is known for its all-steel construction, double-action trigger, and ergonomic grip.
DOES THE CZ 75 HAVE A DECOCKER?
The CZ 75 features a decocker. A decocker is a mechanism that allows the user to safely lower the hammer of a firearm from the cocked position to the uncocked position without firing the gun. Keep in mind that if you wish to carry your gun cocked & locked, you will need a specially molded CZ 75 cocked & locked holster.
WHAT IS THE BEST CZ 75 CONCEALED CARRY HOLSTER?
The CZ 75 is a full-sized handgun, which can make it more difficult to conceal than a compact or subcompact handgun. However, with the right CZ 75 concealed carry holster, it can be concealed effectively. One of the best CZ 75 CCW holsters is this CZ 75 IWB concealed holster which comes with two belt loops and features a partial sweat guard. Moreover, the open-top design results in a quick draw and re-holstering
WHAT IS THE BEST CZ 75 CROSS DRAW HOLSTER?
CZ 75 cross draw holsters are popular among many shooters, especially drivers and hunters. For some people, a cross draw holster can be more comfortable to wear than a traditional hip or waistband holster. The cross draw position can distribute the weight of the firearm more evenly across the body, reducing pressure on the hips and lower back. A popular cross draw option is the CZ 75 open top cross draw holster which features a convenient 65-degree draw angle.
WHAT IS THE BEST CZ 75 HOLSTER OWB?
Due to the dimensions of the CZ 75, this weapon is perfect for open carry. One of the best CZ 75 open carry holsters is this CZ 75 OWB holster which comes with a reinforced opening and double stitching. You will also look excellent in the CZ 75 shoulder holster.
CZ 75 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW MUCH DOES CZ 75 COST?
The cost of a CZ 75 can vary depending on the specific model, features, and location. In general, the basic CZ 75 model’s MSRP is 745 USD. It's important to note that the price of the CZ 75 may also be influenced by market demand and availability.
WHERE IS CZ 75 MADE?
The CZ 75 is made by Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod (CZUB), which is a firearms manufacturer located in the Czech Republic.
WHAT IS THE BARREL LENGTH OF CZ 75?
The standard CZ 75 has a barrel length of 4.6 inches and the overall length of this firearm is 8.12’’.
WHAT IS THE CALIBER AND CAPACITY OF CZ 75?
The CZ 75 is available in a variety of calibers and capacities depending on the specific model and variant. The most common caliber for the CZ 75 is 9mm Luger, but it is also available in other calibers such as .40 S&W and .45 ACP. The capacity of the CZ 75 can also vary depending on the specific model and variant. The standard CZ 75 has a magazine capacity of 16 rounds in 9mm.
IS CZ 75 BETTER THAN GLOCK 19?
Both firearms are highly respected and widely used, and each has its own unique strengths and weaknesses. The CZ 75 has a reputation for being very accurate and having a smooth trigger, which makes it popular with target shooters and competition shooters. The Glock 19, on the other hand, is known for its reliability and simplicity. Whether the CZ 75 is better than the Glock 19 is subjective and depends on individual preferences and needs. To find out more about Glock 19, check out the Most annoying Glock 19 problems and the Glock 19 review.
WILL A CZ 75 HOLSTER FIT GLOCK 19?
A holster designed for a CZ 75 will not fit a Glock 19. The two firearms have different shapes and dimensions, which means they require different holsters that are specifically designed to fit their individual specifications. A CZ 75 holster will not properly secure or protect a Glock 19. It’s recommended to get a custom Glock 19 holster for your G19. If you need one, check out also the Best Glock 19 holsters review.
WHAT ARE THE BEST CZ 75 UPGRADES?
There are several popular CZ 75 upgrades that can improve the performance, reliability, and aesthetics of the firearm. Among the best aftermarket accessories for CZ 75 are extended magazines, CZ 75 tactical lights, and lasers. Another great way to upgrade your CZ 75 is getting a custom made leather CZ 75 holster.
HOW TO BREAK-IN A CZ 75 HOLSTER?
If you buy a holster that is specifically designed for the CZ 75, you probably won't need to go through any break-in process to get a proper fit. However, if your new holster feels overly snug, you can refer to our CZ 75 holster break-in guide for instructions on how to adjust the fit.
CZ 75 PROS AND CONS
Benefits of CZ 75:
High magazine capacity
CZ 75 problems:
Not ideal for concealed carry
Limited accessory options
CZ 75 SPECS
Gun type - semi-automatic pistol
Production year - 1975
Barrel size - 4.7’’
Overall size - 8.12’’
Gun Width - 1.4’’
Gun Height - 5.4’’
Caliber - 9 mm
Magazine - 16 rounds, double-action
Firing mechanism - recoil-operated, locked breech
Action - recoil operated semi-automatic
Material - plastic
Sights - fixed white 3-dot
Use - law enforcement, military applications, self-defense
What makes a great Leather CZ 75 Holster?
A perfect CZ [ Leather holster holds your firearm without the need of a retention strap. The natural retention of each material takes care of it and you can even hold the scabbard upside down without the firearm falling of. Or you can rely on the retention strap which can have several levels of retention. Another treat of a great CZ ' Leather gunholster are smooth edges on the outside. This way the holster stays protected from abrasions, scratches or any other intrusive surfaces that it may stumble upon. A perfect finish of a CZ C holster is another feature. A finished holster keeps dust, moisture and water away. Taking care of your holster is a important thing and there are many options including break-in or adjustment.
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Choose the right accessories below that will enhance your carry. Don't forget that a proper magazine pouch, a belt or a concealed carry bag are always good choices.
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