Regarding the question about cleaning the CZ a few posts back, it's been my experience that you can reach a lot of the areas of the pistol that needs cleaning without resorting to a field-strip after every range trip, particularly if only a relatively few rounds were expended. You can clean the barrel from the muzzle if care is used to keep the rod from rubbing against the crown or, alternatively, you can use the pull-through, Bore Snake method. However, there's no getting past the requirement to field-strip the pistol for cleaning purposes after it really starts to get dirty (for me, that usually occurs after five or six hundred rounds or so, depending on how much fouling different kinds of ammunition leave behind).
I'm glad you like your pistol. The CZ models 75/85 are relatively affordable, yet classic pistols in the truest sense.
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