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That'd be infinitely nicer if you removed the '1 joule' sticker ;)

 

Done :D

 

Still, very nice piece. What's the range and accuracy like?

 

Range and accuracy in Marushin replica are better than Glock 19 KSC-KWA or ACM P226 :> This CZ is very powerful :D

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Range and accuracy in Marushin replica are better than Glock 19 KSC-KWA or ACM P226

 

Spitting a bb down a barrel is more accurate than those two guns :P

 

However that is a nice pistol, was thinking of one myself just for the fun of it.

 

'FireKnife'

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Time to bring this topic back from the dead:

 

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KWA cz75 with ra-tech steel outer.

The finish on the slide was re-done from scratch by me with birchwood aluminum black to give it a more RS look, should've been completely black (works perfect with most of my kits) but with the kwa metal it does some weird things (like turning brown-ish in some places)...oh well.

 

Not a prime'd 75 but it's what I have...

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Nice finish, missing the extractor thou. Care to do a before/after picture?

 

that's still not a primed cz75 thou : P

Plastic extractor has gone while firing lol.

And just above post on mine can be 'before' picture.

Original one have matt black finish.

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What the...is that the KWC-made (cybergun sold, yuck) tangfolio? does it take RS triggers? 0.o

Yes, and now come it's silver?  The two KWC models aren't, right?

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Yes, and now come it's silver?  The two KWC models aren't, right?

I mod semi auto's as a hobby. Yep, it was the KWC Cybergun in it's past life. They accept a few RS parts with some minor mods.

That's the RS adjustable competition trigger. 

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I mod semi auto's as a hobby. Yep, it was the KWC Cybergun in it's past life.

Nice finish on the metal!  Any hints on how you achieved that?

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