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I shot the EAA Witness in .38 Super. What a great shooting pistol/caliber. Hot rounds with little
recoil. No wonder that caliber is so popular in IPSC/USPSA. No jams and very accurate. I was
shooting handloads, 115 gr. FMJ, CCI 500 primers with 8.3 grains AA#7 for about 1150fps.
I love that grip configuration. Reminds me of the Browning Hi-Power. My big problem now
is finding a holster and 15 rd. mags. Unfortunately, I live in the Republic of New Jersey so I
can't buy the 17 rounders I saw on-line at Midway USA.
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Hi, I've lurked around here for quite a while, and was registered a long time ago. I've been talking to a friend of mine who is quite active
around here and he reiterated why I should join anew. So, here I am, looking for good info and the occasional big fish story.
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Hi. New member here looking for some info. I have a CZ85 I bought NIB quite a few years ago. I know it's a pre-B model, but am not sure which version it
is. Some of the markings are CZ85 (of course) and Made in Czech Republic. I'm looking for some spare 15 round magazines for it as one after-market I have
is giving me grief. I saw some sites that say their CZ mags (i.e. MecGar) will not work in pre-B models. But I've also read here that some pre-B owners
have not had any problems with them. And to add to my confusion, there seem to be some 'transitional' models. So I would like to know what version it
is so I can go to the right sub forum for more info. Other than the troublesome mag, I enjoy shooting it. Thanks for any info.
Jul 24 08 8:06 PM
Your year of manufacture is represented by a two-digit code in the oval behind the extractor. Type A CZ 85 = 1986-1992. Transitional = 1993-1994. Type B CZ
85 = 1995-present. It is definitely NOT a CZ 85B. (No retaining pin for the firing pin block is visible.)
If I was forced to guess, I would say it is a 1994 Transitional.
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