CZ 75 Champion
Product Description

Discontinued, 2010. The CZ 75 Champion was designed for the popular IPSC sport shooting Open Class. The barrel, slide and compensator are hand fit for maximum accuracy and dependability, the trigger is a hand fit single action only version with take up and over travel adjustment. The Champion features a three port compensator, extended magazine release, ambidextrous safeties and fully adjustable sights. Finished with a blued slide and a durable satin nickel finish on the frame.

CZ 75 B is used by more Governments, Militaries, Police and Security agencies than any other pistol in the world. The CZ 75 is quite possibly the perfect pistol.

  • All steel construction (except alloy framed compacts)
  • High capacity double column magazines
  • Hammer forged barrels
  • Ergonomic grip and controls
  • Unparallel accuracy
  • Slide-in-frame design for better recoil control
  • 3 dot sighting system (Tritium night sights available)
  • Smooth double action and crisp single action
  • Extended service life due to advanced design and superior materials
  • Firing pin block safety

Designed in 1975, the CZ 75 utilizes all the best features from service pistols around the world. An entire family of pistols is available based on the basic CZ 75 design, Compacts, Decockers, Double action only, Single action only, Ambidextrous, alloy frames and even Competition pistols.

 

SKU 01161
Ammunition
Ammunition .40 S&W
Magazine Capacity 10
Dimensions
Weight 2.560 lbs
Overall Length 9.450 in
Barrel Length 4.490 in
Height 5.590 in
Width 1.500 in
Features
Frame Steel
Grip Soft Rubber with Finger Grooves
Trigger Mech. SA
Sights Adjustable
Safety Manual Safety, Safety Stop on Hammer
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    • Why was this continued....??? - Added 3 years ago.
      Added by leeuniverse

      The CZ 75 Champion seems like the perfect gun, accurate, excellent grip, trigger, high quality materials, etc. Why then was it discontinued? Was some flaw found?

      - Reply from CZ-USA:  The Champion was a high end pistol that was great performer, but didn't really fit any of the popular organized competition categories (Mag capacity was too low  to excel in IPSC Open class).  As a result, it's niche ended up being a relatively expensive, reliable, accurate plinker.  Unfortunately that market wasn't big enough to justify the continued production of the model.